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Thread: Fish for sale, no shipping. Austell, GA $100 or best offer (reasonable)

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    Fish for sale, no shipping. Austell, GA $100 or best offer (reasonable)

    What I have here is 7-8 diadema 3-4"(acara-type), 3 proteus pikes, 1 nanoluteus, 1 myrnae. Sold as a group. Been together for a little over 6 months with no problems. They all stay under 6". Austell, GA You can call or text me @ 404-819-3026. Ask for Keith...

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    Just curious, you think these would do well in a peacock / Hap cichlid tank? 160 gallon? I may be interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayo View Post
    Just curious, you think these would do well in a peacock / Hap cichlid tank? 160 gallon? I may be interested.
    No. Different water parameters

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangfan View Post
    No. Different water parameters
    Not to go back and fourth about this topic but, i'm sure most if not all of our fish have adapted to our current tap with additives. Unless you are an extreme purest i've seen almost all aquarium fish adapt and thrive in home aquariums.

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    How big are pikes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayo View Post
    Just curious, you think these would do well in a peacock / Hap cichlid tank? 160 gallon? I may be interested.
    These are SA/CA fish. They are more likely to do better in the soft tap water of the South than in the buffered hard water for africans.

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