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Oh shortexorchidlovingnowavidwetfishlover person

i found wen i was keeping rainbows and natives they likes a good sandy substrate, and the rainbows especially enjoyed really thick planted val, and anubias on driftwood and java moss is also appreciated

hope this helps

ohhhhh vertically challenged one

:lol::lol::lol: :puppy: :puppy: :puppy: :puppy:

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Well thanks for that you funny bug**er. And my, you do have an exceptionally good memory. :esup:

Thought I might get a few natives as I have a tank out of commission @ the moment, so I may as well fill it

with something a little different.

Have made some enquiries this morning. :)

Thanks again Ray.

PS.. enough of the vertically challenged bit. I'll have you know that I've been trying to sue the council for years now,

for putting the kerb TOOOOOO close to my backside. :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:



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I have a wicked memory for a nearly dead person,,,,

a nice native tank looks sweet, rainbows are nice fish look gr8 in a big shoal,,,

lots of green in the tank and drift, very cool,,,, make sure if u can get some top floating drift and plant on that, looks awesome hanging in the tank,,,, very real

have fun mydear

talk later


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