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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by dragonmoon, Aug 28, 2011.

  1. dragonmoon

    dragonmoon Thread Starter New Member

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    Hi new to the forum pointed this way by MOD_Dawn :D Married with three kids, cat, rat , rottweiler, 6 crested geckos and a chahoua gecko... Getting back into fish after a couple of years break... have kept various plecos, kept and bred various corys, live bearers and bettas, also kept various community fish and at one point a group of red belly piranha carrot
     
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    buzz4520 Well-Known Member

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  3. MOD_Dawn

    MOD_Dawn Active Member

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    Hello dragonmoon and welcome to THE EXOTIC FISH forum: our friendly & family oriented forum that focuses in on the proper care of wet pets.

    ;) We are glad that you have found us and can only hope that you make yourself feel right at home with the rest of us.

    Might I add awesome avatar, assuming that is one of your geckos (nice looking specimen for sure)?
    And I'm glad to see I'm not the only one running a mini-zoo. haha!

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  4. dragonmoon

    dragonmoon Thread Starter New Member

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    thanks to you both :D yes its one of my male crested geckos... hes a dalmation called Merlin currently paired up with a red female (Athena) .... so far my female has been laying eggs but no fertile ones as of yet
     
  5. MOD_Dawn

    MOD_Dawn Active Member

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    I'm assuming that's a rare type of gecko, as I've never seen one that coloration? But then again, I'm not versed in them...but ask me about dogs, chinchillas, guinea pigs, or fish and I can tell you a bunch :)
     
  6. HBIC

    HBIC Need help??? That's what we're here for :)

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    The crested or the color isn't rare
    Welcome Dragonmoon
     
  7. MOD_Dawn

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    thanks for the info, learn something new every day. Never kept them and haven't seen them (at least in the lfs that I frequent). Closest thing I've kept to that woulda been the firebelly frogs and newts.
     
  8. dragonmoon

    dragonmoon Thread Starter New Member

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    He was a craigslist find from a local breeder :D
     
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    Welcome to EF. Keep the lids on your lizard cages tight, so they don't jump onto my monitor please


    hiya
     
  10. dragonmoon

    dragonmoon Thread Starter New Member

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    Thanks everyone for the welcome havnt been around for the last month been too hectic with kids going back to school and I got into a book series I was reading (still on last book haha) so havnt been online too much.... Finally picking up fish tank and stand in the morning for a bargain :D A nice wood stand and a 33 gallon long tank $20 for both carrot
     
  11. MOD_Dawn

    MOD_Dawn Active Member

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    That's a heck of a deal, what's the plan for it stock wise?
     
  12. dragonmoon

    dragonmoon Thread Starter New Member

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    Really havnt thought that far ahead haha the deal only popped up tonight :D
     
  13. MOD_Dawn

    MOD_Dawn Active Member

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    The planning is the fun part!
    If your looking for discus I just posted several of mine on the trading post :)
    I soo need to downsize my 90g some, and my bristlenoses are constantly spawning :)
     
  14. dragonmoon

    dragonmoon Thread Starter New Member

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    Nah i'd want a huge tank for discus , this 33g is only like 12 inches deep so probably small community fish and some plecs, corys general bottom dwellers lol
     
  15. MOD_Dawn

    MOD_Dawn Active Member

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    Seeing you in pittsburgh I saw some cheap listings for fancy guppies on CL.
    Heck, you could plant that bugger up ... toss a nice piece of driftwood in there...a couple of bristlenoses...of course corys- they're so darn cute!...got lots of possibilities for fish!

    Sorry, it's a disease (stocking others tanks) haha!

    And at 33g it should be 48x13x12
     
  16. dragonmoon

    dragonmoon Thread Starter New Member

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    haha thats where the tank and stand were found 5 miles from our house :D or theres the option of nipping to Petcoand getting a 55 for the stand as theres still a few days left on their $1 a gallon sale
     
  17. MOD_Dawn

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    Really? And I thought that was over already!
    Thanks for telling me...now I have to resist the urge. THANKS :(