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Old 07-13-2006, 07:27 AM   #21
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I almost for got the Ap. cockato orange flash


I also have pictures of the Ap. agssizii red til but have to up load that one. will post later.
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Old 07-13-2006, 07:34 AM   #22
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Very nice, all of them Weasel F. I wish i could get them at my lfs .
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Yea me to, I had to order all of mine myself. But your th lucky one. Over in the UK you can get some of the Apistogramma spices they want even ship to the USA. And Thank you.
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hey weasel thanks for all of those suggestions! so youre saying that i could mix all of those with community fish?? that would be perfect...beyond perfect..thanks alot! ill be sure to let everyone know what i finally end up getting after my cycle is done with...btw no signs of cloudiness and fish look healthy as ever! is that a good sign or too early to tell? its been only one day!
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Yes any of the ones i showe you will go in a cummunty tank. I keep ap. cockato double red pr in with guppys ,mollie,red flag cichlids, puffers,ADF, killi's, GBR's AP.njssizi and can't forget Pimp the krib and his ladies, Monday,tuesday,wedsday, and thruesday.
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HAHAHAHAH that's awesome! hopefully one day i can get a bigger tank (when im older) and be able to put alot of fish together! im only limited to space that's available in my room!
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Old 07-13-2006, 06:46 PM   #27
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im only limited to space that's available in my room!
Maybe you should do some rearranging....lol. I have a 55g and a 10g in my room. No room for anymore tanks though...so I've spilled over into the living room downstairs...oh yes...there are many unused walls in that room that will soon be filled up.

I'm sure you can find some room for another tank....
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everyday that your fish are healthy is a good day. no cloudiness=good sign my friend.
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well you see...im pretty young and my parents run the show here! but ya matt... when do i know that i can get more fish?? i wanna start asap! but i know that i dont wanna kill fish just cuz i didnt wait for the tank to cycle properly..btw today was day 2 with these danios and they are very hyper...looking healthy...one keeps stealing all the food while the other doesnt even notice...any suggestions?
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doesnt notice the food? is he heating? not eating isnt a good sign, not an indication of tank conditions but of illness. Next time you feed check to make sure he eats.
Whenever your ammonia and nitrite levels are 0 then you can add more fish, but remember to add them gradually, one or two a week. If today is the second day i'd say you have another two weeks to go before your cycled at least. I know its hard not to buy fish to soon lol, but trust me when i say its worth the wait. Patience is a staple in this hobby.
If you add fish to soon you can restart the cycle itself which would make it take longer AND add stress to your fish which could kill them, last thing you want is to add a fish to soon while the tank is cycling and then the fish get stressed and get ick, then have to treat ich in a cycling aquarium and have to wait atleast 2 more weeks after that for hte ick to be gone.
So short answer- when ammonia and nitrite=0 ppm.
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