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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

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    no losses so far. easy species to keep. greedy some more. BUT, no signs of breeding. Keeping in a mossy tank with gex soil and at room temperature.
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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    anyone managed to breed them?

    recently saw a bunch of these for sale at good pricing. tempted.
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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    what's the good price that you saw? I also did not manage to breed them, and seems like have only one year life span..

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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    Quote Originally Posted by nickky23 View Post
    what's the good price that you saw? I also did not manage to breed them, and seems like have only one year life span..
    around 2 red notes
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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    hey, thats a pretty good price. Its not $29 right? The last I saw at AQ Chamber few months ago is selling at $30 (if I remember correctly).

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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    keen to get them too. how many should I keep in a 1ft cube?

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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    Quote Originally Posted by whitedash View Post
    keen to get them too. how many should I keep in a 1ft cube?
    Since they are small fishes, perhaps a group of 10-15 should be okay... though with their premium pricing, i guess the question is more about how many can you "afford" to keep in a 1ft cube.
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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    Quote Originally Posted by nickky23 View Post
    hey, thats a pretty good price. Its not $29 right? The last I saw at AQ Chamber few months ago is selling at $30 (if I remember correctly).
    those i saw were exactly 2 red notes each, one my favourite tetra~~
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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    Cool, I'll get 10 pcs maybe. Tank is ready for them!


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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    Very pretty fishes. Finnage will get red when they are stable.



    this is when i got them during Aquarama period. Now their cheek and finnage are more reddish.
    Wayne.

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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    hi guys, just happened to browse AC facebook and there is new stock for tucano tetra and a few more other rare tetras.
    hope it help those who are looking for this nice fish.

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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    Aquatic Avenue Has them toosuper well fed

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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    Did u get some of them?

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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    Quote Originally Posted by Urban Aquaria View Post
    Since they are small fishes, perhaps a group of 10-15 should be okay... though with their premium pricing, i guess the question is more about how many can you "afford" to keep in a 1ft cube.
    haha yea, i was shocked at the price too when i inquired

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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    anyone knows who is selling this now?
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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    Aquatic Avenue has them

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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    How much do they cost?

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    Re: Tucanoichthys tucano

    These are seasonal, hard to come by. The last time I saw them was about 1 year ago.

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