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    New teacup ray

    Discussion in 'Bottom Dwellers' started by brigri, Mar 18, 2012.

    1. brigri

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      Just picked a new teacup ray for 55 bucks !! put him in his 180 gallon with sand and a few community members ( black ghost knife, lima, goldfish, and some cory cats Will this setup work?(has sand substate) Oh yeah any bright ideas on how to cover a heater?
       
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      i would take out the corys, the ray might hop on them and get stabbed by the spines of the cory cat
       
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      ^I agree and as he/she grows they might start to look like food. Anyways... as far as the heater goes depending on the heater they have guards specificly for heaters and if you can't find them, fluval also has a line of heaters that are already guarded.

      If your a DIY type of guy you can get creative and build a cover, or somthing simple like a pice pvc pipe.

      Now let's see some pics of the little guy...

      Oh and good luck.

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      I want a teacup... too
       

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