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Thread: Is it better to get a long tank or a high tank for discus breeding?

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    Default Re: Is it better to get a long tank or a high tank for discus breeding?

    Quote Originally Posted by CliffsDiscus View Post
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    Was that picture taken after we had dim sum
    at Flower Lounge back around July 2007,
    during the ACA Convention at Sacramento?

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    Probably not, Cliff. I wasn't that fat in 2007.

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    Default Re: Is it better to get a long tank or a high tank for discus breeding?

    Quote Originally Posted by Willie View Post
    Probably not, Cliff. I wasn't that fat in 2007.

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    Willie,
    I did notice that is why I said maybe it was after Dim Sum.

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    Default Re: Is it better to get a long tank or a high tank for discus breeding?

    Whenever you feel stupid, remember that there are people out there looking for Pokemon.

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    Default Re: Is it better to get a long tank or a high tank for discus breeding?

    Quote Originally Posted by jeep View Post
    Small world, lol...
    Fairy Lake Discus is closing down. They no longer have discus and last time I went there they were selling off their tanks. The nice old lady is no longer there. I believe her daughter is there now (she is old now).
    Don't know if you remember the little mom and pop shop on Pine street and later relocated to Levenworth street, he breed many nice discus and is where I bought my first 5 discus from. They were 1.5 inch. which I was lucky enough to get a pair and had one accidental successful spawn (long sad story). I believe they are still in business ran by his sons.

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