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Old 12-22-2012, 02:50 PM   #1641
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Bad day so far, my new Christmas filter is a leaker!!! Had everything set up and was ready to plug it in when I heard water dripping where the cord plugs in. So I'm off to get a new filter. Dang!!!
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Old 12-22-2012, 03:17 PM   #1642
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Bad day so far, my new Christmas filter is a leaker!!! Had everything set up and was ready to plug it in when I heard water dripping where the cord plugs in. So I'm off to get a new filter. Dang!!!
I'm having a bad day too, I was doing a pwc and got distracted, only to be reminded by the sound of overflowing water.
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Old 12-22-2012, 03:26 PM   #1643
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Rearranged all of my live rock today. Hopefully this set up will satisfy me
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Old 12-22-2012, 06:52 PM   #1644
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Pwc for the 55g n added 4 new pundamillia nyerereis to the mix did a feedin then completely broke down my 10g n cleaned it ...
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Old 12-22-2012, 06:53 PM   #1645
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Water changes on 9 shrimp tanks. Always a bunch of fun lol
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I trimmed my ludwigia in my 29 gallon and got a led cover for my ten gallon
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Old 12-22-2012, 08:49 PM   #1647
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Removed and euthenized the rest of my neons from my planted tank. Contracted neon tetra disease from some blck neons I bought a couple weeks ago. Pretty sad, I had a group of 20 neons, and 15 blk. neons. Now I have 4, and 2. The other fish are not affected at all.
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Old 12-23-2012, 01:21 AM   #1648
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Bought a nice piece of drift wood for my 20 gallon planted tank some java moss and some lettuce floating plants and did a water change on my 20 too!
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Old 12-23-2012, 05:26 AM   #1649
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Night before last I went to pick up a 110G tank full of plants and was asked to take the fish too! Wow, some of the biggest fish I have seen. I still need to set my 72G tank.

Tons of plants... 2 - 6" & 7" Siamese Algae Eaters, a big Clown Loach, going to a new home in a huge tank and lots more Clowns. The biggest Red Tail Shark I have seen, really pretty of course 6". Several Otos, the biggest blue Gourami I have seen 6", looks kinda like a dinosaur fish! Set up a temporary tank to hold the Shark, Clown and Gourami, ended up with a Sword and an Oto in there too.

Going to get the 72G up tomorrow or the next day!

Let my daughter talk me out of picking up a Fluval Chi, for today any how.
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Night before last I went to pick up a 110G tank full of plants and was asked to take the fish too! Wow, some of the biggest fish I have seen. I still need to set my 72G tank.

Tons of plants... 2 - 6" & 7" Siamese Algae Eaters, a big Clown Loach, going to a new home in a huge tank and lots more Clowns. The biggest Red Tail Shark I have seen, really pretty of course 6". Several Otos, the biggest blue Gourami I have seen 6", looks kinda like a dinosaur fish! Set up a temporary tank to hold the Shark, Clown and Gourami, ended up with a Sword and an Oto in there too.

Going to get the 72G up tomorrow or the next day!

Let my daughter talk me out of picking up a Fluval Chi, for today any how.
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