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Old 01-06-2013, 11:17 AM   #1731
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I use loc-tite gel glue, works great. And just use a razor blade and cut/ lift them off the peg. Thanks!
So, this may be a dumb question, but they can't sting or hurt someone who touches them, right? Just wanting to make sure! Lol.
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So, this may be a dumb question, but they can't sting or hurt someone who touches them, right? Just wanting to make sure! Lol.
Not to my knowledge. I've handled them a ton and have had no ill effects.
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Not to my knowledge. I've handled them a ton and have had no ill effects.
Awesome. Thanks.
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Old 01-06-2013, 03:19 PM   #1734
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Bettas had babies, 4 made it, don't know if they are male or female yet, set up mini tanks for them. Re balanced my planted tank, groomed and added double bright LED and t8 lights, set up 2.5g hospital tank for bacterial infection for one of my paradise gourami. Took apart a 2.5g tank to treat for bacteria. Took apart a 1g spare. Added heaters to mini tanks. Rearranged live rock in my 10g nano reef, have added 4 blue legged hermits and an emerald crab. All levels normal, although I need a calcium supplement. Did a 50% change on my puffer tank and gave him 4 more clam friends to prey on. Set up a marineland canister (350) for all of my mini tanks to share, once I get the tubing and have them all exactly matched up to each other. I'm about 80% there (7 mini tanks)- fingers crossed I'll have them all the same across the board and my tanks having good water and circulation, along with an easier way to pump to waste water to my hydro set up.
So, this took you all of 24 hours? Lol
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I believe one of my sterbial cores may be holding eggs. He/she is 'bout ready to pop. Or it's just eating very,very good.
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Just did pwc on my 29 gallon
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10 gal PWC fed 10 live mysiss shrimp


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Planted 6 new plants in my 72 gal 3 listed as temples and 3 rotala indica. Also got a clump of baby tears that I'm trying to grow in as a carpet. Then did a 50% pwc on that tank, my 125 gal and my 10 gal qt.

And it's hard to tell since the pics are with my phone but the rotala has red tint in its leaves and the temple has like purplish red tints on some of the leaves
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Water change on my rio400. Sparked a mini cycle changing substrate! Hardly surprising tho when you remove 80kg of gravel.
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Cleaned the shrimp bowl and found a home for a million little snails that hatched from some plants I got, topped off my blue rams horn snail bowl.
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