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    I miss my froggies ADF courtship is... interesting to say the least I'd hate to be either one. ha

    We are so bad about taking fish pictures. Here are some random pictures of other fish

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    Quote Originally Posted by ottercat View Post
    I used to be a super-enthusiastic fishkeeper, but now I just have a 45 with the surviving members:
    Siamese algae eater, 2 cories, cherry barb and a pair of blood parrots. Everything I'd been told about blood parrots was wrong: they eat floating food and they don't pick on anyone. Sometimes they get a little broody when they're spawning and a roommate blunders into their nest area.

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    Oh man, I want blood parrots sooooooo bad.

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    I've been keeping fish for about 12 years. I'm down to two tanks now, but at one point I had six tanks in different sizes with different fish. I love my fish and have always wanted an arrowana (my spelling could be off). I've tried planted tanks and salt tanks but find the freshwater and brackish easier to maintain with healthier livestock. Loving the pictures of your fish!

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    Oh man, I want blood parrots sooooooo bad.
    They're really quite endearing. The problem is they're hard to watch because mine can see me from across the room and they watch ME instead. One time I let algae grow over the side of the tank and they cleared a hole so they could watch me working at my desk.
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