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Old 03-17-2015, 12:58 PM   #11
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Hmm maybe I'll just give a few away it seems that would be better for all of them. Thanks for the help!


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It should also be noted that 5 apple snails make a ton of waste. So, you have even less wiggle room with them in there.
Glad to hear you are downsizing a bit. If you have not already done this, I definitely suggest getting a water test kit. It might be the most helpful thing for you to be able to keep track of you water parameters to know how much water you need to be changing on your pwcs.
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I have 9 guppy fry in a 10g. I was wondering could I keep all of them in there even when they're adults? I already have a plan for the thousands of fry. Thanks in advance!
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If you've got a good filtration, good light, much greens, not overfeeding and WPC in 2w (max.) period, I can't see any problem here (just not thousands at one moment, but some tens maybe)...
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My betta recently died 😔 so the guppies are in his tank and the snails are in their own now.


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