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Dicrossus filamentosus

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    Fevz
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    I have some photos of these shy little fellas, so i thought i can share them with you

    #342155

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Lovely fish and great-looking tank! Is there anything in there with them?

    #342170

    Fevz
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    only five of them and nothing more.
    I have to put some dither fish in there, so they won’t be so shy anymore. I was thinking of puting nanostomus inside

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    Erlend D Bertelsen
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    Nice tank and fishes!
    Nannostomus are nice fishes. I keep some N. mortenthaleri back home, and they are looking great. They will for sure look good in you tank as well, so that will bee a good choice for some more fishes.

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    #342194

    Fevz
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    N. mortenthaleri are really cute guys. But i heard they are a bit agressive

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    Erlend D Bertelsen
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    Not so many males, and I don’t think you will have any problem. I keep mine in a 80 liter, approximately 20 individuals, with more females. I keep them together with Corydoras weitzmani, Apistogramma elizabethae and Ancistrus sp. L-107.

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    #342242

    Fevz
    Participant

    Thank you Erlend. I will try and get some specimen for my aquarium. I will probably put 10 in 54L

    #342245

    Matt
    Keymaster

    You need to show you geo tank here now Matevž.

    #342248

    Fevz
    Participant

    Yeah i will. But i’m kind of embarased, since it is a bit overcrowded

    It’s only 400L tank, but i’ll order new one as soon as i finish my diploma or thesis

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