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Old 04-07-2015, 11:11 PM   #41
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A school of nano rasbora would look great as well.
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Old 04-07-2015, 11:31 PM   #42
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If I decide to plumb everything together I plan on weekly changes of 25-50% based on this. I've also stocked this with the total I plan to stock. However, I really enjoy the look of an lightly stocked tank.

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If you press on this you can see how I decided on 25-50%. I put the whole stock in a tank with about equal volume. Oddly enough, it says dwarf cories should be fine with senegals o.O
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Old 04-07-2015, 11:34 PM   #43
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Hey Finntastic, that is another good idea. What numbers would you stock this tank with? (including the habrosus cories please)
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Here is what I would do:
Habrosus Cory x6
Endlers x3 Pairs (6 fish)
Boraras rasbora (multiple types you chose) x6
Boraras rasbora (multiple types you chose) x6
Oto x6
Honey Gourami x1

I checked it out with aqadvisor.com and it should be fine.
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Holy heck it's been a long time!

Been busy with school, but it's summer time now!

Anyways, I had the tanks nice and cycled but killed the bb by adding too much ammonia one day on accident. It was late and I didn't change the water till morning but it was too late.

I restarted the cycle today after a water change to bring the levels down.

I hope to finish some sponge filters soon and get the tanks plumbed together.
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