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     For the January 19, 2005 Pet Fish Talk Show.
     
In this show the Bailey Brothers talk with callers and read questions from listeners.
 
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Segment One.
Dennis from Spokane calls and reports an unusual behavior by his female Mollies swimming around vertically with their heads pointing straight down. Click here for more about Mollies.
 
Mary from Oxnard says she submitted a letter to the Discovery Network for Animal Planet. Click here to read Mary's email. In a second email Mary says, "It's not easy to call in anymore because the phones are busy all the time." Tom and Nevin agree that they are going to try to answer callers more quickly to make time for more callers to Pet Fish Talk.
 
Raul from Tijuana calls. Click here for the details about Raul's do-it-yourself project for making anchor bases to keep plastic plants in aquariums with 1/4" of gravel as recommended by Tom and Nevin.
 
We continue talking with Raul about his 29-gallon aquarium with a Penguin 330 filter. Raul reminds us that he had some problems getting his aquarium started, but he found Pet Fish Talk and followed the advice. Click here now to see that advice about starting aquarium.
 
Raul says his 3.5" Rainbow Shark had ich and now has a white patch on it's face. We say he should continue all six steps of the Recommended Treatment. Click here for more about the Recommended Treatment.
 
In a second email Mary from Oxnard says she added Water Conditioner to some tap water, then the treated water tested positive for ammonia. Click here for more about Aquarium Water Conditioner.
 
Tim from Gross Point, Michigan, asks about his 90-gallon Cichlid Aquarium, which he has to move about one mile. Click here for all the details about moving your fish and the aquarium that they live in.
 
 
Segment Two.
We continue to talk with Tim in detail about moving his aquarium and fish, but we remind him to click here to go to another web page with more details about moving fish.
 
Devin calls and says he has had a really cool 55-gallon aquarium for about three months. Devin wants to know the minimum number of Bala Sharks should he keep. Tom says the minimum number is four but six is better. Click here for lots more about Bala Sharks.
 
Tom reminds himself to keep each conversation brief, so more callers will be able to get through.
 
Brian from Massachusetts calls about his his Figure 8, Brazilian, and Green Spotted Puffers. He is worried about feeding these Puffers and about their teeth growing too long. Click here for more about Puffers. Click here for more about what to feed Pufferfish.
 
 
Segment Three.
Lindsey from Clovis, California, calls and says she is doing a science project on the memory of Mollies. Click here to go to Dr. Love's web site, The Love Lab. Click here to send Dr. Love an email about your science project. Click here to go to the Listening Guide for our very interesting interview with Dr. Love about Rockfish.
 
Mike C. says he's a college student and is changing direction in his major. He has a passion for marine biology, and he's interested in a career in fish! Click here to go to the Listening Guide for our interview with Dr. Love. Click here to read Dr. Love's advice about how to become a marine biologist. Click here to go the Listening Guide for our interview with Mike Morgano, supervisor of the Jelly Fish Exhibit at the New York Aquarium. Click here to go to the Listening Guide for our interview with Kristy Forsgren of the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach. All of these interviews have insights and tips into starting a career in aquatic biology.
 
Stephen B. sends a email to us during the show with some advice for Tim about using a thermal gel pack to keep fish warm when moving them. Click here to read Steven's email.
 
Rebekah from West Virginia calls and asks Tom to tell the story about the Tree Frogs that lived in his backyard 40-years ago. Tom and Nevin wonder why the Tree Frogs eventually disappeared, and why many species of frogs are declining in numbers throughout the world.
 
 
Segment Four.
Vicky from West Virginia calls and reports that her Betta Fish, named Peppermint, has built a bubble nest. Click here to see a bubble nest. We were also glad to learn that Peppermint has been growing and gaining some weight. Vicky says she doesn't have time to spawn Bettas and care for all the babies. Tom says he saw a nice video of Betta Fish spawning on FantasticBetta.com. Click here to see that video now.
 
Ronnie from Missouri calls and we go over the story about Vicky feeding Peppermint. We talk with R
onnie about spawning Betta Fish, and caring for female Bettas after they have spawned. Tom asks Ronnie about what to feed Betta Fish. Click here to see the list of ingredients in Hikari Betta Bio-Gold food for Betta Fish.
 
We continue talking with Ronnie and he recommends putting a sponge filter over the end of the lift-tube with a clean pop bottle cap over the hole in the end of the sponge.
 
Evan from Colorado calls and says he just got an Eclipse 1 two-gallon aquarium with 2 Gambusia, also called Mosquito Fish. Nevin says that he heard that millions of Gambusia are being shipped to places that have lots of mosquitoes. Evan says he also has several Endler's Livebearers, a huge 10" long Pink Kissers, an 8" Blue Gourami, and lots of other cool stuff in his aquariums and fish bowls. Evan also says his female Betta laid eggs without a male in her bowl . . .
 
 
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