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Old 05-01-16, 22:53
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Hi All

Hi All,
I have been keeping Long Neck Turtles for about 6 months and added a couple of plecos into their tank to assist with removing the algae. I have since solved(?) the algae problem with reduced hours of light and cutting back on the turtles food a bit.

We grew to love the plecos and their antics as they grazed around the side of the tank and then scurrying off under the logs when the lights went on.
Thus we have decided to get some pairs of L071 and L046.

This looks like it might become a very addictive hobby.

I have read many of the posts but still have heaps of questions.
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Old 05-01-16, 23:42
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Old 06-01-16, 07:35
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A hoy hoy and welcome
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"Years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bow lines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the tradewinds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover."

When folks tell me they have L cats with African cichlids, I just remind them that they could live in a port-a-loo, but they would not be happy. Capisce?
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Old 09-01-16, 16:28
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hi, and yes, you figured it out --they ARE addictive ! enjoy ,

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Old 09-01-16, 23:33
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Old 10-01-16, 01:20
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Extremely addictive been so busy lately had me thinking to get rid of all my L's and tanks!
Just can't do it !
Got babies and don't like having to sell them !
Lol enjoy and only deal with fish you like! Keeps everything worth while!
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