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  1. Mostly convinced based on behavior and faint panda pattern this is my first panda loach fry. Which for qualifies in the "that is nuts" category for me if it proves out. Only other fish in that rack system of tanks are a limia p group, a variatus platy group, khuli loaches, and an cousin to barbatus group growing out. There were flagfish about 3 weeks ago in the sump along with hundreds of snails but i recall flagfish fry having a little different mouth structure and orientation was more of an overbite. Anyone think this definately is or is not a panda loach?
  2. What are the effects of carpeting an aquarium on corydoras, bristlenose plecos and kuhli loaches?
  3. is my plecco and clown loach gonna eat the oscar babies
  4. Frogs, Inverts, and Snails African Dwarf Frog Amano Shrimp Cherry Shrimp Orange Shrimp Blue Velvet Shrimp Red Rili Shrimp Green Jade Shrimp Bamboo Shrimp Cappuccino Snail (New for the shop) Assassin Snails Assorted Mystery Snails Nerite Snails (Red Spot and Zebra) Goldfish Assorted Lionheads Bettas Crowntail Halfmoon Show Halfmoon Halfmoon Dumbo Ear Koi Nemo Gouramis and other Anabantoids Powder Blue Dwarf Female Gourami Sparkling Gourami Scarlet Badis Cichlids Pearlscale Gold Marble Angelfish Bolivian Ram German Blue Ram Assorted Discus (Blue Diamond, Cobalt, Pigeon Checkerboard, and White Butterfly) Corydoras Salt and Pepper Cory (Tank Raised) Panda Cory (Tank Raised) False Julii (Tank Raised) Plecos Longfin Blue Eye Bristlenose (Tank Raised) L134 Leopard Frog Pleco Super Red Bristlenose (Locally bred Randy) Common Colombian Otocinclus Giant Otocinclus Loaches Clown Loach Kuhli Loach Tetras Black Phantom Tetra Cardinal Tetra (Wild Brazil) Longfin Serpae Tetra Ember Tetra Neon Tetra Rummy-Nose Tetra (Tank Raised) Silvertip Tetra Dwarf Pencilfish (Wild Brazil) Danio's and other Minnows Celestial Pearl Danio Gold White Cloud Rasboras Neon Green Rasbora Chili Rasbora Exclamation Point Rasbora Rasbora Het Pork Chop Rasbora Livebearers Assorted Female Guppies Assorted Male Guppies (Red Snakeskin, Blue Variegated, Cobra Green, Cobra Red, and Leopard Tuxedo) Red Platy Pineapple Swordtail Rainbows Wapoga Rainbow Furcata Rainbow Neon Dwarf Rainbow Killifish Gold Australe Killi Pair Oddballs African Butterfly Fish (Back in stock!) Endlicheri Bichir Pea Puffers Fish Pictures from top to bottom: Clown Loach, Pearlscale Gold Marble Angelfish, Giant Otocinclus, German Blue Ram, Red Platies, Lionhead Goldfish, Cappuccino Snial.
  5. Inverts and Snails Amano Shrimp Cherry Shrimp Orange Shrimp Red Rili Shrimp Green Jade Blue Velvet Shrimp Bamboo Shrimp Nerite Snails (Red Spot and Zebra) Bettas Veiltail Crowntail Halfmoon Halfmoon Dumbo Ear Round Tail Black Dragon Koi Cichlids Dwarf Victorian Mouthbrooder Apistogramma Agassizii "Double Red" Apistogramma Cacatuoides "Orange Flash" Apistogramma Cacatuoides "Super Red" Jurupari "Peru" (Wild) German Blue Ram Assorted Large Angels (Randys Line) Assorted Small Discus (Red Turquoise and Snow White) Corydoras Bronze Cory Albino Cory Leopard Cory Panda Cory (Tank Raised) Pygmy Cory (Wild) False Julii Cory (Tank Rised) Sterbai Cory Plecos L018 Gold Nugget Common Colombian Otocinclus Loaches Kuhli Loach Clown Loach Tetras Cardinal Tetra Congo Tetra Ember Tetra Glowlight Tetra Green Neon Tetra (Wild Colombia) Lemon Tetra Neon Tetra Rummy Nose Tetra (Tank Raised) Silvertip Tetra Black Spot Hatchetfish Three Lined Pencilfish (Wild Peru) Rasboras Chili Rasbora Exclamation Point Rasbora Strawberry Rasbora Danios and other Minnows Celestial Pearl Danio Zebra Danio White Cloud Other Cyprinids Siamese Algae Eaters (Tank Raised) Roseline Shark Panda Garra (Wild) Gourmais Sunset Honey Gourami Livebearers Assorted Fancy Female Guppies Assorted Fancy Male Guppies (Cobra Gold, Cobra Green, Flamingo, Gold Panda, Snow White, Blue Variegated, and Red Snakeskin) Blue Coral Platy Killifish Egger's Killi Pair Oddballs Zig Zag Eel Pea Puffers Photos top to bottom: Clown Loach, Assorted Large Angels, Cherry Shrimp, Snow White Discus, Egger's Killifish, Green Jade Shrimp, Black Spot Hatchetfish, Jurupari, Apistogramma Cacatuoides Super Red.
  6. The other day I figured out my loaches would wiggle with me and I’m having so much fun! I can’t do it too often though or they get bored with it.
  7. What type of loach would go well in a 10 gallon that also isn't afraid to chow down on some bladder snails?
  8. My red-tail botia loach is so shy. We rarely get to see her at all. We call her "Peek-a-Boo", because she just very rarely pokes her little head out to say "Hi." (And just in case someone doesn't know our story, a not-local LFS sold 2 botias to my husband saying they were dwarf chain loaches. My husband didn't know any better and thought he could trust them. We lost one in a jumping accident just a week or so after bringing them home. We were completely unprepared for them. I did research, but there's not a lot out there. Everything I read just repeats the other sites I read. We know she needs to be in a group, but we don't have a tank big enough for them. So we keep her singly, and try to give her a good quality of life.) I just recently got a new light for Peek-a-Boo's tank, as we were adding the baker's dozen of Green Tiger Barbs and I really wanted to see those colors in the 20-gallon long. This light has setting for white, blue and white/blue combos, as well as varying degrees within each color. I had just noticed some algae growing on my sponge filters one evening, so I lowered the lighting down to about 30% strength. (I'd planned to hit the algae with Easy Carbon over the weekend.) The next morning when the timer turned the light on, I saw Peek-a-Boo out in the tank. She seems to really love the new spider wood in the tank. What was so AWESOME though was that for the next hour or so, I got to watch her swim around and loosely school with the barbs. It was amazing!!! She's so agile and can hover in one place with tiny little fluttery movements of her fins. She didn't chase anybody but swam around and did her own thing. She even stayed out when I fed them!!! This has been such a surprise to me! I had NO idea that just by dimming the lights, I could start enjoying this beautiful fish. So now, for several hours each day, I keep the lights at a low setting and each day she comes out and swims and plays like she's finally loving the tank and loving her life. I am so, so happy about that. It has been such a beautiful surprise.
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