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Old 04-02-2017, 02:29 AM   #11551
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Tmaier-Guppies are a very wide range from 64-82F.
Betta to 75-86F
Cardinals 73-81F
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Thanks! Nirabou also suggested guppies.

The tank is a bit new only set up a week+ and with all the plants and a few snails it's off and running. So far no larvae spotted and I want to give it a few more weeks to make sure I had enough established bacteria in everything and have no ammonia spikes.
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I took the driftwood out of my 29 to dry it out. The clado was really getting out of control. It was pretty much only on the wood, but I couldn't scrape it off, so I pulled the whole piece out. It'll sit out until the algae gets very dead, then I'll scrub off as much as I can and put it back in. Tank looks a little odd without its hardscape!

I want to get some moss to glue on before I stick it back in the tank. Not sure what kind - just not java moss!
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Wc day....new purigen for both tanks. The spec is cruising along. Nothing really exciting.

The 10g got a big java moss trim. Java fern has lots of new buds...but also had several dead leaves this week. Trimmed some rotala and planted a helferi cutting. New solution for drop checker.
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Well I have some bay fry of the golden white cloud minnows. Saw something floating around got up took a closer look and there they were baby frys I don't think they will survive since my tank is not completely cycle yet but twisted fingers
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Well I have some bay fry of the golden white cloud minnows. Saw something floating around got up took a closer look and there they were baby frys I don't think they will survive since my tank is not completely cycle yet but twisted fingers
Must be spring around here!!! How cool

I have a golden fry too but little Albino BN Here is one that fell out of the cave when I was moving them in to their own space! Spec V




Set up the new tank for the Discus and a couple fish which need a dip for antifungal. Already added some salt not too, much but it didn't help enough.

So we are going for an antifungal treatment and then if that doesn't do enough I willl be headed to the real lfs for the other antibacterial meds.

Had to switch cords and and plugs to get closer to the tanks they actually attach to. Found a few which weren't even plugged in any more, lol! Then, after changing things around found the Current USA tank started flashing instead of staying on. Poor fish.

Had to move the 46G over about 3 inches too to fit the large stand in the space where there was a little table and a 12x12 stand.

pwc on the Spec V
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Added 20 mbunas and a peacock. Got an awesome deal 50$ for all of em
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Must be spring around here!!! How cool

I have a golden fry too but little Albino BN Here is one that fell out of the cave when I was moving them in to their own space! Spec V




Set up the new tank for the Discus and a couple fish which need a dip for antifungal. Already added some salt not too, much but it didn't help enough.

So we are going for an antifungal treatment and then if that doesn't do enough I willl be headed to the real lfs for the other antibacterial meds.

Had to switch cords and and plugs to get closer to the tanks they actually attach to. Found a few which weren't even plugged in any more, lol! Then, after changing things around found the Current USA tank started flashing instead of staying on. Poor fish.

Had to move the 46G over about 3 inches too to fit the large stand in the space where there was a little table and a 12x12 stand.

pwc on the Spec V
Very I remember having a breeding pair of BN Plecos got half albino half reg. BN babies lol it was cool there were so many
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Added 20 mbunas and a peacock. Got an awesome deal 50$ for all of em
Wow, that is a good price, well done!

What size tank are they in?
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