we quickly summarize last
week's show. Then
if Puffer Fish can
tolerate the full
dose of Quick Cure?
Josh from Ohio calls
and says he finally
bought a 50-gallon
glass aquarium. Josh
also lists the other
equipment that he
got for his new
aquarium. Josh says
he enjoys listening
aquarists, who talk
about breeding fish,
and he is planning
to start breeding
Dwarf Ram Cichlids.
Aaron from Ohio
calls and says his
possibly from a lack
of minerals. Nevin
gives some advice
talks about his
vacation to the
where he saw some
Flying Fish. Josh
also says he is
trying to build a
Paludarium, which is
Josh is having
Ronnie from Missouri
says he's got some
Solid Black Male
Plaket Bettas for
sale at his web site
and talks about
Corydoras Catfish in
his big aquarium,
but the other fish
eat all the eggs.
Carl says he's
about breeding and
Corys. Carl says he
saw a female Cory
grasp the eggs with
her pelvic fins then
stick them on the
glass of the
aquarium. Nevin said
he knew about this,
but Tom said he
never heard about it
Kevin from New York
says he has well
water that may be
hard, and he wonders
if running that
water through a
water softener, will
make the water good
for Discus Fish?
Dan from Dallas calls and gives a simple detailed explanation
about how he breeds Gold Barbs in a 30-gallon aquarium with
pond water and live plants.
Kennedy asks how often to feed tropical fish. Click
here to listen to the Pet
Fish Talk Show about starting a new aquarium.
John has Goldfish in his aquarium and a mysterious white
foamy blob appeared in the plants. John wonders what it is?
Roy W. gives another formula for calculating the volume of
Pat F. saw the television show Fear Factor where people
were put in an aquarium full of Piranhas and wants to know,
"Isn't this dangerous?" Tom and Nevin talk about Piranha
Graham from the Netherlands wants to know if his undergravel
filter is enough for his aquarium? Tom stumbles along trying
to convert centimeters to inches, so he can calculate the
size of Graham aquarium in gallons.
Sunny was at a lake in Arizona and found some freshwater
clams. Tom and Nevin talk about Freshwater Clams.
Evan from Colorado calls and talks with Tom and Nevin about
how to raise the Baby Zebra Danios and Baby Mollies that his
adult fish are producing.
Shelton has 55 fish in a 55-gallon aquarium,
including 7 Firemouth Cichlids that have spawned several
times, but the eggs have never hatched. Click
here to read about spawning Convict Cichlids that are
similar to Firemouths.
Ronnie from Missouri calls and talks about the Betta Fish
that he has available and for sale in his hatchery. Ronnie
talks about the first time he spawned Bettas, about how he
spawns Bettas in his fish room, and about some common-sense
advice to beginners that want to start breeding Betta Fish.
here to go to Ronnie's web site FantasticBetta.com,
where there is lots more information about Betta Fish.
Andrew asks how many BB-size food pellets should he feed to
his 4-inch long Oscar Fish? Tom and Nevin talk about feeding
Oscars and young children.
Devin wants to know if we know anything about a Rose Line
Shark which is also called a Red Line Torpedo Barb?
Jenny from Whales in the U.K. says her Goldfish is changing
color, and she wants to know why? Click
here for more about the Signs of Stress and Disease.
Terri E. has a koi pond with koi and wonders if koi can
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360 Pet Fish Talk
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