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Compatibility. As mentioned above Crayfish generally make life miserable for small animals living on the bottom of their aquarium including other Crayfish. It seems to be best to
keep just one unless you have a large aquarium. Crayfish usually cannot bother fish that stay off the bottom.
Click here to read about several groups of compatible fish.
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Reply. Thank you, Chuckles, this was definitely a bad link, and it was difficult for me to find, because it pointed to a page in my hard drive. So
it didn't look like a bad link to me. But, of course, that page on my hard drive was not accessible to anyone but me. Thank you for your help in making this web site better.
On your page: http://www.aquariumfish.net/ ... /misc_critters/crabs.htm under the paragraph "Compatible Tank Mates for Crabs.", the link in the "Click here to read more about several other groups of compatible fish."
Just thought I would let you know. You have some many pages I am sure it is hard to keep up. I know it is for me.
Reply. Hello Mike. Thanks for the correction and for your friendly email. I just fixed the bad link.
On the page:
http://www.aquariumfish.net/ ... /tetras/neon_tetra_large.htm You write: "Here some more fish that are good tank mates for Neon Tetras: White Clouds, Glass Fish, Corydoras Catfish, Fancy Guppies, and a few Ghost Shrimp." The link for Glass Fish, in the above paragraph, is:"
http://www.aquariumfish.net/ ... /wild/wild_imported_fish.htm However, that page contains nothing about Glass Fish (though it probably did at one point). The only page I see offhand about Glass Fish is:
http://www.aquariumfish.net/ ... /wild/glass_fish.htm where you do mention that you no longer sell them. Thanks for a great site! ... -rei
Reply. Hello and thank you for helping us to improve this website. I fixed the problems that you pointed out. Thanks again.
A copied portion is here. "Be sure you are testing for nitrates, because if you meant nitrites, they can be a serious problem. But the beneficial bacteria in a biological
filter quickly oxidize nitrates to nitrates, which are much less toxic than nitrites and usually not a problem."
Don't you mean nitrites to nitrates? I know this is nit picking but to some people it might cause head scratching.
Reply. Hello Dick. You're right. The page was incorrect, and I just changed it. Thank you for your help in making this correction.
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