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     For the December 08, 2004 Pet Fish Talk Show.
In this show the Bailey Brothers talk with callers and read questions from listeners.
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Listening Guide with Comments, Pictures, and Links for this Week's Pet Fish Talk Show
Segment One.
Kelly says I'm setting up a 30-gallon hex tank with a variety of Mollies, Angel Fish, Danios, Paleatus Cory Catfish, etc. How many of each can I have in this aquarium?
Kalvin wants to know, "What kind of salt do I need to make brackish water?"
Vallery calls from Clarksville, Tennessee, and  says here 55-gallon aquarium has an ammonia problem. Click here for information about Cloudy, Smelly, and Foamy Aquarium Water.
Aaron from Ohio calls and wants to put one large fish in his 20-gallon aquarium. Tom recommends one Neotropical Cichlids such as a Convict, or one Malawi Peacock, or one Black Ghost Knifefish. Click here to see an interesting video of a Black Ghost.

  This video shows a Black Ghost that measures about 8 inches long. Black Ghosts like to live in a piece of plastic pipe, where they feel safe. This Ghost likes to turn upside down from time to time.
Tom goes back and completes his answer to Kalvin's question about how to make water for Brackish Water Fish. Click here to read an interesting interview of John Farrel Kuhns.
Segment Two. 
Kalvin has another question, and wants to know if he can add a Gourami to his 1-gallon aquarium. Click here for more about Honey Gouramis.
Jenn asks, "Can a Molly eat another fish?"
Vicky calls about her red and white Betta named Peppermint has started to eat some frozen bloodworms, which are actually frozen mosquito larvae. Vicky says, "Peppermint looks like he's as happy as a clam in his 5-gallon aquarium."
John W. just ordered fish from, including some Green Terrors, Ghost Shrimp, and Freshwater Flounders for his 125-gallon aquarium, which all arrived in great shape.
Michael B. is chasing information about how to get his Oscars to breed. Tom recommends increasing temperature by a few degrees to a maximum of 84 degrees F. He also recommends removing 10% of the water and replacing it with deionized water. Click here for more about breeding Oscars.
Megan has three African Dwarf Frogs and wants to upgrade the filter in there aquarium. What would be the best filter? Click here for more about African Dwarf Frogs.
Josh from Australia has a pair of Convict Cichlids that have spawned, and now John wonders if he should leave the babies with the parents or remove them to another aquarium? Click here for more about breeding Convicts.
Luke wants to know if table salt can be substituted for aquarium salt?
Click here to read an interesting interview of John Farrel Kuhns, which includes interesting comments about salt.
Kalvin asks if Ghost Shrimp will eat tiny bits of uneaten food in a fish bowl? Do the plants in his fish bowl need some fertilizer?
Segment Three. 
Kalvin asks, "Can Ghost Shrimp tolerate salt in their water?"
Julie Z. says the Bio-Wheels in her filter have stopped turning. Tom explains how to do the maintenance on Bio-Wheels to keep them spinning. Or call Marineland at 1-800-322-1266 and ask them for help.
Aaron says he has three fish that he got at the fair. He wants to know what kind of fish they are? Can they live in a bowl?
Sarah says here Orange Spotted Molly has a dark spot on its head, and she want to know if this spot is a disease? Click here for more information about the Signs of Stress and Disease in fish.
Vince says he likes Jack Dempseys, and he wants a list of fish that are compatible with a Jack Dempsey in a 75-gallon aquarium. Click here for more about Neotropical Cichlids and Jack Dempseys.
Mary Ellen want to know if it's better to have live plants or artificial plants in a fish bowl? Will Betta fish eat the roots of plants in their fish bowl? Click here to buy a Java Fern. Click here for more information about Fish Bowls.
Bob wants to change the gravel in his aquarium. Click here for more information about cleaning gravel.
Scott from Alabama enjoys Pet Fish Talk and reports that he has spawned his Kribensis Cichlids and his Betta Fish. Scott feeds the baby fish Liquid Fry #1.
Segment Four. 
Henny saw some small white worm moving fast and also saw a snail. Where did the worms and the snail come from? Click here for information about Planaria.
George says, "We have a 900-gallon saltwater aquarium in our office. At the top we have a black wavy algae growing under the light. Is that OK?"
Evan has a new 80-gallon aquarium with large fish and live plants. The nitrite in the water is a bit high. The lights are on 12 hours a day, and the water is getting green. Click here for more about green water and algae. Click here for more about cloudy water.
Armanda's Bettas make crunching sounds when they eat, and one of the males flares his gills.
Rita B. has a 350-gallon goldfish pond with a mid-size Plecostomus Catfish, and someone at the local fish store said the Plecostomus will grow and eat the eyes out of goldfish in the pond. Click here for more about Plecostomus Catfish.
Click here for information about the Jelly Fish Show. Click here for more about the Rockfish Show. Click here for more about the Sea Dragons. Click here for more about buying fishy gifts. Click here for more about setting up a new aquarium. Click here to go to
There are lots of Pet Fish Talk Shows.
Click here now to go to the Archive, where you'll find links to more than 360 Pet Fish Talk Shows.
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