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Old 06-10-2012, 12:55 AM
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Very nice collection of fishes.
The arrows and rays looks awesome.

Anyone ever tried arrows and rays with cyphos?

I vaguely remember seeing a member with rays and mobas before if I remember correctly but I can't find the thread.
I've been thinking of adding a lone arrow to clean up the leftover mysis on surface but could never pull the trigger.
I have mixed cypho with ray before and it is a bad mix. Noticed the middle swimming fish, I used to have 12x. There are only 6 left.
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Thanks for the reply.
What about a single arrow and mobas in a 125g?
I need a fish to clean up the mysis shrimp on the water surface.
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Old 06-12-2012, 09:42 AM
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Thanks for the reply.
What about a single arrow and mobas in a 125g?
I need a fish to clean up the mysis shrimp on the water surface.
I had kept 3 silver arowana with moba before and the moba still breeds. Arowana are surface swimmer and rarely come to the bottom. But you need to make sure that the fish does not fit in the arow mouth.
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My mobas are 5-8" and I'm thinking of adding a 6-8" arrow and will replace it as it gets to big.
How did u like the combo btw?
Got a video as well?

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