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Old 06-22-2011, 01:39 PM   #251
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I think the bio-film basically shows there's not sufficient surface agitation. I'm not certain of it's effect on oxygen levels, I've heard it does limit the exchange...but I have no proof or data to back it up other than what I've heard from other members.
Ah yes, I agree with not sufficient surface agitation. But I have little choice because I want to keep my co2 level sufficient for my plants! XD Hahaha thanks eco
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what are the tank mates they seem to be getting fin nipped. and zebra danios stay close to the top.
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Old 06-26-2011, 03:52 PM   #253
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Just to update.. a week after I got my danios ..

I still have the 6 tetras

Water levels are spot on : Ammonia and NitrItes at 0 and NitrAtes at 10.
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Old 06-26-2011, 03:59 PM   #254
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srry to interupt but how the heck do u make a post....im new
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Old 07-27-2011, 08:04 AM   #255
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Sorry to bring and old thread back but thought it was better than starting a new!

You will all be pleased to know that I now have 18 happy fish swimming around my tank!

I will try photos but need to try borrow my brothers DSLR as they are too fast to snap!!
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Sorry to bring and old thread back but thought it was better than starting a new!

You will all be pleased to know that I now have 18 happy fish swimming around my tank!

I will try photos but need to try borrow my brothers DSLR as they are too fast to snap!!
That's great, congratulations! And pics are always welcome!
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