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    Pic of my tank

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    heya jade, nice tanks u've got. just a suggestion for your Tanganyika tank, why don't u move the rock pile a bit more to the back and leave some space on the sand around the shells. makes it look more natural like the sand bed littered with snail shells.[]
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    care to advise what type of snail shell are you refering have you got any picture or where can i get from.

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    jade , agree with storm.
    Get some snail shells.
    I am also using them, quite big (can grasp in one palm) , compressiceps love to hide in them !

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    I found a nice big pile at H20 before.
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    I found the price will take a big pile of notes out of your wallet too LOL

    I got mine from a florist [:]

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    hi art.....share your good lobang which florist you get from.

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    jade, they're usually apple snail shells or some other large snail. the shells are brownish in colour and most of the cichlids use them as hideaways. looks real nice. though i've not seen them for sale for ages.
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    Jade, your tanganyikan tank very nice.
    Have you managed to spawn anything?
    so far i only keep Neo. brevis, Neo. Ocellatus and Neo. Brichardi, and the brevis have spawned. Soon i hope to get a few Comp's..
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    Currently keeping many wild betta species and other anabantoids.

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    Most florists should have now , just go to your nearest one and ask them for snail shells.
    They actually use it as a hanging 'mini planted pot' for plants like moneyplant.

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