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I thinnk the colorata is starting to turn more and more red! Fingers crossed! More pictures! The black neons are actually very pretty, they have a bright red patch above their eyes and their horizontal white stripe is very very bright! Also their dorsal fins have turned a shade of red and their bott...
Have you looked into microworms? I have cultures ready at all time incase I ever have fish breed (not likely, haha but still). They are really easy to culture and easy to feed.
THanks everyone. If I may, what do you use for your plant growth, fertz, co2, subtrate wise For ferts, I use the EI Method of dosing, KHO3 and KH2PO4 for macros and CSM+B for micros. It is pretty much the staple for an high-tech planted tank. In depth here: http://www.aquaticplantcentral.com/forumap...
- Sun Feb 03, 2013 1:31 am
- Forum: Freshwater Tanks
- Topic: Whats this on my glass? Bacteria, weird algae? Please advise
- Replies: 20
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It's a slime mold. I get them alot in vivariums, never seen them in a fish tank! Neat!~
Update! Got some new plants, Alternanthera reineckii rosaefolia, Rotala macranda 'Butterfly', Rotala macranda, Ludwigia brevipes, and Rotala rotundifolia. I removed the cherry barbs because they were they only fish reacting to the co2, since moving them out I have been able to increase the co2 alot!...
Here is the 20 gallon much more established! In the tank are 16x Black Neon tetras 3x Cherry barbs (all female unfortunately at the moment) 3 otos and a pair of Pygmy Gouramis. They are all doing great and I love every one of them! I am looking into adding another 14 black neons and 15 glowlights, m...
- Sun Dec 16, 2012 7:28 pm
- Forum: Giant Puffer Species
- Topic: Need advise on setting up my puffer tank
- Replies: 139
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I don't know what it is with the SunSun filters, I have one too and every once in a while when I'm done cleaning it out, the seal decides to not stick and spills water all over. It's happened 3 times to me today.
- Sun Dec 16, 2012 7:21 pm
- Forum: Freshwater Puffers
- Topic: Looking for helpful advice on DP care
- Replies: 11
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I found mine like lots of hiding places! I think it's more because sometimes they like to out of the current and relax. They sleep better too if they don't get swished around all the time!
- Sun Dec 16, 2012 7:06 pm
- Forum: Freshwater Tanks
- Topic: where do you get your water from?
- Replies: 55
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RO/DI System! I love it! You can make any kind of water from it, I wouldn't have gotten it if I wasn't looking for super soft acidic water.