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Fish Eating Xtreme 1.5mm Pellets
Shown above is one of Tom's 55-gallon aquariums. The fish in this video are eating the 1.5mm Xtreme Pellet food. You can see a big Tinfoil Barb, a long slender Rasbora, Tiger Barbs, an Albino Bichir, Clown Loaches, Rainbowfishes, a Lake Victoria Cichlid, and they all love this food. Tom and Nevin talk about these fish during this show. Click here to buy Xtreme Foods.
A Beautiful Cardinal Tetra
This fish was swimming in Debbie's fantastic planted aquarium at the San Diego Tropical Fish Society's annual show, where there were about 40-aquariums on display with lots of very interesting tropical fish, goldfish, live plants, shrimps, snails, etc., etc. The best part was all the very friendly people.
A Brilliant Rasbora
In another aquarium at the SDTFS Show there were lots of live plants and a beautiful group of Rasboras, including this Brilliant Rasbora. The aquarium and the fish were displayed by Mark F., who is a very creative and skilled aquarist.
I have the glo danios, red and green, absolutely beautiful. Would like to buy the glo angels. For good or bad ... this will be the future of aquarium fish.
I have read that the real purpose of the glo danios was to put them in the blood of a person, and depending on the color change of the danio, they could tell what didease you had. also to use them as indicators when the water is bad. very best - martin
Henry from Switzerland calls and talks about reducing his aquarium hobby from 20-aquariums to 5-aquariums, but he saved five more of his aquariums in his basement, just in case he spawns his Discus or Catfish. ;^ }
Reggie from Texas, calls and says he upgraded from a 29-gallon aquarium to a 75-gallon aquarium, because most of his fish are Mbunas, and he learned on Pet Fish Talk that they need an aquarium with at least 75-gallons of water. Reggie also asks about Dojos and Clown Loaches.
Brian from Pensacola, Florida, calls and talks about his 75-gallon Mbuna aquarium. ;^ }
Nevin from San Diego, calls and says he's stuck at home with a cold listening to Pet Fish Talk on the internet. ;^ }
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