Puffers belly turning grey

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Postby saracen » 2006-01-19 14:19

Woo! So glad he has made a good recovery!

With the Tigers, the only thing I could suggest is perhapse get 5 or 6 more? I know that sounds silly when they are already misbehaving, but Tiger barbs would much rather pick on their own kind and are much better suited to take their own kind of trouble, if you see what I mean......I have a feeling that was as clear as mud..... :wacko:

They do better in larger groups, 7-9 fish, as the aggression is diffused within the group and they leave everything else alone! whew...got it out properly in the end!
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Postby Kev » 2006-01-19 14:27

Gald the Puffer is fine now :D Must have been the barbs causing the stress
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Postby Surface » 2006-01-19 14:46

Saracen, I had that about barbs before I got them, was hopeing that I could squeek by with 3 :wacko: guess not! While watching them I can tell that there is one that is the deffinate agressor of the three, I have named him "Evil one".

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Postby Mick e. t. » 2006-01-19 15:00

Yip! I'm with KittyKat all the way, well done surface, I really am pleased for you and yuh little ole puffer :woot: Yeah!
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