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  1. Hey went to Mappins today, they have real Flying Fox for sale at $6, Epalzeorhynchos kalopterus not the Siamese Algae eater ring-ins . I bought a half dozen but still plenty left. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_fox_(fish)
  2. Just wondering if anyone have success keeping both in the same tank? Thanks ManHo
  3. Ok guys I'm a newbi to this site and a rookie with fish, only just started getting in to them. My question is what's involved with getting fish on a plane? How do I pack them? I'm flying down Brisbane tomorrow for a few weeks work and would like to bring sum back. Up here is criminal conparred to prices down there. Cheers Scott
  4. Fact or Fiction: Can a Squid Fly out of Water?: Scientific American "Octosquid" Found Off Hawaiian Coast | Cleveland Leader
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  6. So, without talking about the fact that I HAVE a marimo ball (I want more, but seems unlikely), I'm wondering if adding a few flying fox to my 4 ft tank (to help with algae) is a death sentence for my marimo? If it is, I'll just put the marimo elsewhere, but since I doubt I can get another if this one gets eaten, I'm not keen on killing it by accident! On that note, anyone have a few marimos they'd like to sell? =)
  7. Can a flying fox shark go with live breeders like guppies , platy ext. Jesse
  8. I have 2 flying foxes now almost 12cm in a 5ft tank with 4 clown loaches, some cories, brochis, and small tetras. Lately something in the tank has taken a liking to fish eyes. I have had to put down a sterbai cory (lost both eyes and copped a battering), another full grown male sterbai has lost 1 eye and 2 half grown brochis splendens have now lost one eye each. I am assuming the culprits are the flying foxes even though I haven't seen any of the attacks. Has anyone known these fish to be aggressive? Could it occur as they reach maturity?
  9. over night ive noticed one of my flying foxes have gotten really fat & it's breathing really fast. Im guessing it's gonna die but Im not sure why. The only difference in the last week or so is ive fed them fresh grated carrot & zucchini once. All the other fish seem fine. I have another 3 foxes. Id like to think that it may be eggs but the heavy breathing has me worried. Im guessing death in the next 24hrs or so... Ive attached 2 pics - sorry about quality, was taken on my phone. You can see it better in the second pic. She seems to be swimming ok, & is hiding alot though...
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  11. I am wondering if anyone can help me with some fish confusion. I spend time hunting down some siamese flying foxes for me tank. I brought a few different fish from different places that after research where not the right fish, all taken back of cause. I eventually found some that to me looked like the real deal. I brought three and when I was leaving I looked at them and notice one was different. I asked at the shop and the lady told me that they are all real siamese flying foxes. She said that there are a few different sub species of them. Ok, I accepted that, as they didn't look much different except one have a gold colored line on it. Over time I have notice the odd one out acts different to the other 2. I did more research again..... And this is what I came up with: (these are pic of the net, look just like the fish in question) The odd one out: Epalzeorhynchus kallopterus The other 2: Crossocheilus siamensis I was wondering what I should do with the odd one out. They are suppose to get more aggressive as they grow. Would the "Epalzeorhynchus kallopterus" be ok is a cichlid tank? I don't really want an aggressive fish in the small community tank. Thanks Jenny On another note: Some pet shop/fish shops are annoying when they sell fish and don't really know what they are selling. gumble gumble But then, it's not always their fault. But it makes it hard on young hobbyists trying to learn.
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