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PostPosted: Fri Sep 29, 2006 11:09 pm Post subject: JINX Reply with quote

 This  is  odd  but  regular  experience  that  I  have  had  with  my  new  tank:
 Fish  such  as  plecos,platys,blue  morphs  never  survive  for  more  than  a  month.The  worst  case  has  been  with  the  plecos,
 This  I  write  because  a  day  before  dying  the  fish   look  extremely  healthy  and  eat  normally  too  but  die  without  any  known  reason.They  were  in  a  community  tank,so  any  water  irregularity  will  affect  all  fish.
 I   have  so  far  lost  5  plecos  in  3  months  and  the  same  number  of  platys  and  morphs  in  the  same  time.
 Anybody  faced  such  a  situation  before?????????
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 30, 2006 12:20 am Post subject: Re: JINX Reply with quote

 hi  jinx
 first  of  all  isthe  tank  cycled,  next  cichlids  are  not  compatible  with  platys,  what  type  of  plecos  do  you  have?  simple  trick  to  keep  a  pleco  alive  ,  keep  a  drift  wood
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 30, 2006 11:46 am Post subject: Re: JINX Reply with quote

 Please  give  more  tank  details,  size,  substrate,  filter,  fishes  etc.
 Pleco  are  very  hardy  fish,  there  must  be  someting  in  your  tank  that  is  poisioning  them,  some  ornament,  plecos  graze  on  all  things  in  tank  so  if  any  thing  if  not  pleco  safe,  it  will  hurt  them.
 Also  in  a  new  tank,  they  are  shy  and  often  do  not  get  enough  to  eat.  Give  them  some  sinking  food.
 I  have  never  kept  livebearers  with  chclids,  so  it  might  be  a  compatability  problem.
 BTW  which  one  of  your  multpile  personalties  in  on  the  line  Very Happy  ,  it  is  hard  to  know  who  are  we  talking  with.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 30, 2006 3:06 pm Post subject: Re: JINX Reply with quote

 No  Sandeep  itz  not  the  compatibilty  problem,newayz  im  chris  the  bad  boy  as  u  guys  suppose  i  am.The  livebearers  ive  kept  have  done  very  well  with  african  cichlids,and  as  sumone  mentioned  itz  not  the  cycle  problem  as  well.Thatz  the  reasson  for  my  post,the  fish  i  mentioned  are  very  hardy  and  i  ensure  they  arent  of  inferior  quality  when  bought.These  are  the  only  fish  im  having  problem  with.I  would  suggest  Sandeep  to  try  keepin  swordtails  and  african   cichlids  together,theres  no  problem  at  all.I  keep  on  bragging  this  statement  PLZ  DO  NOT  OVERHYPE  FISH  REPUTATION.Actually  the  swordtails  have  done  well  in  my  cichlid  tank  than  in  the  all  barbs  tank  previosly.The  africans  havent  killed  a  single  swordtail  nor  torn  their  fins.Ive  gone  a  bit  offtopic,but  i  ensure  even  the  plecos  are  fed  well,because  currently  i  do  have  loaches  that  are  doing  well
 and  yes  the  hiding  places  too  are  numerous.I  will  try  keepin  morphs  again  but  it  will  be  a  gamble.So,ant  answers  guyz?????????
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 30, 2006 3:08 pm Post subject: Re: JINX Reply with quote

 Hey  and  although  i  mentioned  it  was  a  new  tank  it  was  thouroughly  cycled  for  3  months  before  the  mentioned  fish  were  introduced.Just  a  reminder  actually!!!!!!!!
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