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oh, I don't think THESE fish would be the type to be eaten..


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Posted by zeb on April 15, 2003 at 08:47:02:

In Reply to: Re: What frog would you suggest for this 40 long setup? posted by ginevive on April 15, 2003 at 06:00:31:

I'm a cichlid hobbyist, and I only have cichlids. I was thinking I would like to have a tank where my two interests collide.

Now, I don't plan on putting something overly aggressive in there...I was thinking a smaller, but fiestier fish, such as Kribensis. They won't attack a frog ( unless it comes near it's nest! ) but it would defend itself, but probably get away much faster. Also, if anything touches the water top they're the type to hide in their cave first. So I think it would work....

I'm just worried about certain frogs drowning. I know treefrogs won't go in the water ( or shouldn't, as far as I know ) but do they fall out of their arboreal perch? That may be trouble for a frog who can't swim.


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