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    Trinny Freeman

    This is multi-topic post, lol.  Help with Advice; Wanted to Buy/Trade OR Fish for Trade

    I am debating on what to do with a Blood Parrot that suddenly decided, after 2 years, that it needed to kill its tankmate (an EBA).  The EBA is safe.  The BP is in a timeout tank until I figure this out.  It is only a 26g bowfront tank so this is not long-tern.

    1.  Rehome/trade the Blood Parrot with a fellow hobbyist that can give her a good home.

    2.  Move the EBA to another tank and find the BP a couple more BP friends of comparable size to fill out the 75g tank.  So it would have the following stock:

    3 blood parrots (all added together after a major rescape)

    4 albino hoplo catfish

    3 bn plecos

    2 SAEs – MAYBE?  Will the bioload be ok keeping these guys in?  Or remove?

    Filtration – 1 FX4, 1 Hydor 350, and a sponge filter.

    Thoughts?  Ideas for BP caves?  Anyone have grown Blood Parrots that you would like to find a new home for?


    Les perroquets de sang ne doivent pas être gardés avec des poissons agressifs, car ils ne sont pas bien équipés pour rivaliser pour la nourriture ou le gazon dans l’aquarium. Les propriétaires les ont conservés avec succès dans des bassins communautaires avec une variété de poissons pacifiques. kigurumi onesie Les tétras, les danios, les poissons-anges et les poissons-chats de taille moyenne sont tous de bons compagnons de réservoir possibles.

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