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     For the September 14, 2005 Pet Fish Talk Show.
     
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Segment One. 
Fish in the News: Despite escaping Hurricane Katrina with little physical damage, the Aquarium of the Americas in New Orleans suffered significant loss of animal life when the facility's emergency generator failed and made conditions unlivable for most its animals. Surviving animals from the New Orleans aquarium will find new homes. Click here to read the entire story.
 
More Fish in the News: Oregon State University researchers say the Zebra Danio Fish may hold the key to improved cancer research. Click here to read the entire story.
 
George from St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin, calls and says he has a whole bunch more baby fish. His Swordtails and Mollies both gave birth. George also says he can't find any males among his baby fish. Finally George thinks he may have some hybrid Aquatic Snails in his aquariums. Click here for more information about Aquatic Snails.
 
Kermit asks for information about Aquarium Frogs. Click here for more about Aquarium Frogs.
 
 
Segment Two. 
Mike has a new 6-gallon Nano Aquarium and wants to know what to put in it? Tom and Nevin suggest a Male Betta, a few Dwarf Frogs, a few Ghost Shrimp, a Mystery Snail, a few White Clouds.
 
Vern says he emailed last week to say his Rainbow Arowana and Oscars died from ich. Vern says he did have an inch of gravel over an undergravel filter. He removed the undergravel filter and odor was strong. Tom and Nevin try to give Vern some more tips and hints.
 
Rod in El Grove, California, says the Clown Loaches he bought long ago from AquariumFish.net have grown to be 5" long, never been nocturnal, and are aggressive.
 
Christopher from Maryland has two 2" Tiger Barbs that have
recently been rubbing against each other and locking mouths. He thinks they may be getting ready to spawn. What does he need to do to insure the fry survive?
 
Sandy has a Betta Fish with bulging eye and wonders what to do?
 
Nina says her Spotted Plecostomus is lying on the bottom of her aquarium, which has a lot of small Snails. She wonders if the Snails have caused her Pleco to be sick?
 
Chris calls and says he sent the email, that we read a few minutes earlier, about spawning Tiger Barbs. Tom and Nevin talk about spawning Barbs.
 
 
Segment Three. 
Tom and Nevin continue talking about spawning Tiger Barbs and other species of Barbs.
 
Bobbie calls, says she's going to be moving, and has several 8" to 10" long Comet Goldfish, that she wants to take with her. Click here to listen to the Pet Fish Talk Show about How to Move Fish. Click here to go to a web page in AquariumFish.net about How to Move Fish. Click here for the six steps of the Recommended Treatment.
 
An anonymous email says, "
I have 2 oscars in my 55 gallon tank. They are producing eggs all the time but they always eat them. I took the eggs after they were fertalized and placed them into my 20 gallon tank with a air stone and after about 3 days the eggs hatched. I had about 200 wigglers at that time. We covered the filter with panty hose so that the babies would not get sucked into there and they actually started swimming within about 4 days. After they started swimming they all started dying. I have no babies left. Once they started swimming my pet store told me to leave the air stone in and to make flakes into a powder and I did that. I still lost them all. Is the 20 gallon tank to big for them to find food? If flake food powder still to big for them? I could not tell if they were actually eating it or not. Please help me I am tired of losing all these fish. Also how often do Oscars lay eggs? I hope you can help me with this. Thank you so much." Tom and Nevin try to answer all these questions.
 
 
Lustar Hydro Sponge II Filter   Lustar Hydro Sponge II Filter
This filter provides both mechanical & biological filtration. Aerobic bacteria colonize the sponge, providing a bacterial substrate to facilitate the nitrogen cycle. In addition, it traps larger particles, mechanically cleaning the water. Good up to a 20 gallon tank. Size: 3" diameter x 10" high, when you add extension it is 11" high. Related items: you will need an air pump, airline tubing & an air stone or just a power head & tubing to run filter. Ideal for filtering aquariums with baby fish such as baby Oscars.
 
 
Tannis wants to know how big a snail will his Clown Loaches eat?
 
 
Segment Four. 
Terry from Spokane, WA, calls and says he's a notorious fish keeper and likes to try lots of kinds of fish in his 55-gallon aquarium. Next he wants to try African Cichlids. We talk about a compatible group of African Cichlids for a 55-gallon aquarium. Click here to read about Mbunas. Click here to read about some small species of Cichlids from Lake Tanganyika. Click here to read about Synodontis Catfish.
 
Lemon Yellow Labidochromis, which is sometimes called the "Electric Yellow Mbuna". Click on this image to buy Mbunas.   The Lemon Yellow Labidochromis, a Dwarf Mbuna species, from Lake Malawi in East Africa. Click here to buy many species of Mbuna Cichlids.
 

  Synodontis nyassae
a wonderful Catfish from Lake Malawi that a very compatible with Mbuna Cichlids.
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Evan from Colorado calls and says he's had problems with his new Marine Aquarium. He thinks his problem is too much nitrite, and he thinks he will get a BIO-Wheel filter to convert the nitrite to nitrate which is not so toxic to fish. Evan agrees that his marine aquarium is way more complicated than his freshwater aquariums. Evan says that Marineland's web site says, "BIO-Wheels are ideal for both freshwater and marine aquariums."
 
 
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