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introducting myself

Postby delphine » Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:50 am

i did not find a section/thread for it.
ooops if i'm being blind.
might be useful if i am not
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Re: introducting myself

Postby Angel Fish » Sat Feb 18, 2012 8:56 am

Welcome to TTT :D
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Re: introducting myself

Postby markee » Mon Feb 20, 2012 1:28 pm

Welcome to the site Delphine :wink:
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Re: introducting myself

Postby mikeyblackslondon » Mon Feb 20, 2012 1:45 pm

hi all my name is micheal id like introduce myself to you all, im a newbie fish hobbist had a 6ft tank years ago, but now just recently got a new 3x1x16 tank have 2 silver sharks,4 platys,3guppies 1 gleco 1 molly im gonna get a few more mollies and i think ill call it that for now lol just trying to keep it communual and simple, just here to meet humble people of same likes any advice and knowledge welcome and forgive me if i ask what you call silly questions :D
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Re: introducting myself

Postby markee » Mon Feb 20, 2012 1:57 pm

Welcome to the site Mikey :D

No such thing as a silly question :wink:
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Re: introducting myself

Postby mikeyblackslondon » Wed Feb 22, 2012 3:31 pm

hi all guys and gals
as i said new here, since my last post there has been some developments in my tank, i have a pregnant molly and since sunday the male molly has been chasing her in what i that was a naughty manner this morning i saw 4-5 frys in my tank they seem comfortable enuff, however my query is, would the male by anychance eating the frys as they come out though i have been looking and see no such thing, is just being a randy so and so, and even though the frys seem ok and have cover do i need to sperate them, any advice would help to keep a rather nervous daddy happy :rofl:
my tank is a modest
3ft by 1ft by 15 ins with filter and air pump artifical plants bogwood stone deco gravel
1 plec
4 mollies 3females 1male
2 gourami dwarfs red
3 guppies
2 silver sharks
4 platys
2 silver tips
all seems well in household and tank is maturing well i think oh ps if any of the names sound a biy iffy a bit of imagination might be needed as i have a brain like a seive but i think thats what their called awit replies
have a nice day all :D
cheers markee for the welcome
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Re: introducting myself

Postby Angel Fish » Fri Feb 24, 2012 8:21 am

Hi and welcome to TTT :D

Sorry to welcome you with a negative, but is there any way you can take the Silver Sharks back? They need a lot of swimming space, grow really large (very quickly) and are much happier in a group.
Mine outgrew my seven foot tank :shock:

Do you know what species the Plec is?
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Re: introducting myself

Postby sashron » Mon Mar 05, 2012 3:47 pm

Will here! nice to be here :)

I'm just a young person researching fishkeeping before I actually buy a tank and start dealing with living creatures :) I just want it to be an informed and responsible decision :) So let me browse and/or annoy you with the occasional question :P
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Re: introducting myself

Postby markee » Tue Mar 06, 2012 1:10 pm

Welcome along Will

And well done on researching before jumping straight into the wonderful world of fishkeeping :wink:
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Re: introducting myself

Postby sashron » Tue Mar 06, 2012 4:55 pm

markee wrote:Welcome along Will

And well done on researching before jumping straight into the wonderful world of fishkeeping :wink:


Thanks, I've been hearing that a lot lately. But seriously, these aren't toys, you can't just cast them aside once it proves to be too difficult :)
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Re: introducting myself

Postby ady » Fri Apr 20, 2012 11:36 am

reasearch before you purchase is exactly what a responsible person does.....well done.

also with research comes knowledge and a greater understanding of the hobby.

i've been around fish all my life.....dad was breeder and fish nut...like me and younger brother and older sister too....but i've still learnt some much since getting my own tank.

this hobby is ace,ask any questions you need,someone should be able to help you.

welcome to the TTT community

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Re: introducting myself

Postby Carylnz » Sat Apr 21, 2012 10:15 pm

Welcome to all new fish keepers.
My home forum is The NZ Fishroom http://www.fnzas.org.nz
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