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Old 11-02-2011, 01:51 PM   #11
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I guess my Gamma's are crazy like I thought OK, so I put my light directly pointed at the nems and they are totally alive again. So I am guessing it was the light issues... One last question so if my nems require this much light but the rest of the tank likes a "low" light period so algae and things don't grow on it what do I do? Who knew this would be so much work! I am used to 4 legged friends lol

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Ur best bet is to get a bigger tank or sell them unfortunately. By sell, I mean re-home or trade for them.

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did you get the nems from the same place as the tank,if so take them back.They should know not to sell nems to people who have young tanks and not the correct lighting.Your lighting is the main problem,unless you upgrade the lights the are destined to die along with nuking your tank.As stated by carey get yourself a decent liquid test kit not a strip test kit so you can actually look after your tank yourself,if you dont know theirs something wrong with the water how will you fix it in time!!!

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