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Old 01/02/2018, 01:05 PM   #1
allendehl
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RBTA variations

Hello guys,

I've become a nem lover after saving an unexpected H Mag.
I'd love to add one more to my tank and I'm researching which one. Love the look of the Haddoni but I've read it poses a risk to my fish.
So I'm looking into a rose bubble tip. I've seen several variations of it, some more colorful and pretty than others. Can someone help me understand the different variations of an rbta?...or at least the most impressive ones?

Is it a good idea to have it with my H Mag in my 75G tank?

Thanks!

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Old 01/02/2018, 04:12 PM   #2
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Hello guys,

I've become a nem lover after saving an unexpected H Mag.
I'd love to add one more to my tank and I'm researching which one. Love the look of the Haddoni but I've read it poses a risk to my fish.
So I'm looking into a rose bubble tip. I've seen several variations of it, some more colorful and pretty than others. Can someone help me understand the different variations of an rbta?...or at least the most impressive ones?

Is it a good idea to have it with my H Mag in my 75G tank?

Thanks!

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My advice is to just check around at LFS until you find a nice colorful one and avoid the ridiculous internet names with matching ridiculous prices.


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Old 01/02/2018, 05:20 PM   #3
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BTAs have the most variation of colors in our hobby so far. There's ones that yield a high price tag, and others who pump up the name to make it sound more expensive.

You'll find words like "ultra" and "rainbow" quite often, and they probably all look about the same.

You can have a BTA with a Mag. The BTA will probably not like being stung by the mag and move away from it if the mag ever came over to touch.


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Old 01/02/2018, 05:45 PM   #4
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Is this a rose

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Old 01/04/2018, 12:46 AM   #5
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Look for the telltale lines that radiate from the mouth.
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