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Old 08-08-2013, 03:09 PM   #41
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So I have a small 10g tank I was using for a qt but I was planning on moving it next to my 29g breeder I am going to have to take some water out to move it if I take the water out will I have to cycle it again.
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Old 08-18-2013, 03:49 PM   #42
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I have some uneaten food on the bottom of my breeder tank it is a bare bottom tank I was wondering if there would be any fish that would eat off the bottom and wouldn't make my clowns not spawn. Would a chocolate chip star fish work?
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Old 08-18-2013, 03:54 PM   #43
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Originally I wanted to breed guppies. It was pretty interesting to see how it works and I liked it. However, after I had a couple batches of guppies, I was at the limit to my tank and couldn't stop them from breeding. I also wanted to get neon tetras but had to wait a long time to find places for all my fish to go (eg my lfs) think about it before you start because its easy to get out of hand!
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I have some uneaten food on the bottom of my breeder tank it is a bare bottom tank I was wondering if there would be any fish that would eat off the bottom and wouldn't make my clowns not spawn. Would a chocolate chip star fish work?
Just clean the tank.
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Just clean the tank.
I didn't want it to go to wast. And would like to see another fish in the tank.
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I didn't want it to go to wast. And would like to see another fish in the tank.
It will go to waste either way. If this is a broodstock tank then there should be no other fish.
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