My Two tanks ... And more questions!

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  1. Foxy Smurf

    Foxy Smurf Foxy

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    Here is what I got.

    6 Yellow Lab's (2 Males 4 Females) + 6 offspring
    1 Red Tail Shark
    2 Cat Fish
    3 Red Top Gallireya (1 Male 2 Females) + 7 offspring

    My 200L tank and a 50 L tank.

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    The little blue / sliver one left hand corner is the first generation of babies they had. He is little more 6 months old. (How long will it be before he turns yellow?)

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    Right there in the middle is the King of my tanks. He wont even let the red tail shark upset him. You will also see the third generation baby to the right hand corner top side.

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    He is the second generation of babies. He is starting to turn blue now.

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    Newest addition (5th generation). There is actually two of them. They keep them self's very well hidden between the stumps cracks.

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    These are the Red Tops Juvies in a 50L tank.

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    We have a few water features in garden riddling with tadpoles and misquote larves? Any idea on what would happen if I dumped them in the tank with the fish. Will they be eaten? Or is it not a good idea at all.
     
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  3. G55C

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    Oooo I don't know hey. Im sure they would be eaten:bigsmile:
    But I would be worried about introducing something harmful to those fish of yours.
     
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    Yeah G55C is correct - be wary of live food - you can never be 100% sure what they may be hiding. You don't want to take the chance with your fish at the moment, let them settle down first and recuperate from their recent stressful experience with the new additions. They are still not 100% yet so should the tadpoles & larvae be carrying any parasites etc, your fish will be more susceptible to falling ill again.
     
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    Foxy Smurf

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    Hi

    Thanks guys. I was just wondering.
     

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