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Old 10-30-2013, 07:22 PM   #5001
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Added the sand and filters to the 75g! X2 aqueon 75 are beast! They are truly monster filters. For sand I went with tahitian white moon sand. I love it
Still pretty cloudy but thank god for precycled media
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Old 10-30-2013, 07:24 PM   #5002
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Added the sand and filters to the 75g! X2 aqueon 75 are beast! They are truly monster filters. For sand I went with tahitian white moon sand. I love it
Still pretty cloudy but thank god for precycled media
Whats the stock gonna be? What are your current tanks?
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Old 10-30-2013, 07:28 PM   #5003
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Whats the stock gonna be? What are your current tanks?
I have a 20g long, a 36g bowfront, and a 4g evo betta tank. This 75g I wanna stock with an assorted african variety to be honest
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I have a 20g long, a 36g bowfront, and a 4g evo betta tank. This 75g I wanna stock with an assorted african variety to be honest
Oh ok, i thought you had a 125 for some reason lol. Why not go SA cichlids? A giant JD, 2-3 green severums, a pictus catfish or syndontis petricola, and a convict pair or maybe a school of 15-20 T-barbs. Thats what im gonna do when i upgrade from this 20g planted to a 75 for christmas
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Old 10-30-2013, 09:04 PM   #5005
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Oh ok, i thought you had a 125 for some reason lol. Why not go SA cichlids? A giant JD, 2-3 green severums, a pictus catfish or syndontis petricola, and a convict pair or maybe a school of 15-20 T-barbs. Thats what im gonna do when i upgrade from this 20g planted to a 75 for christmas
I like that idea too but im aiming for a very sightly tank. I wanna see colors pop and fly basically
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Old 10-30-2013, 09:45 PM   #5006
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During a WC I noticed a fin floating around. I saw that my betta had cuts and scrapes and later found out that it was his fin I don't think he'll make it because my mom doesn't want to spend any money on medicine and the cuts are pretty bad.
But I did water changes on all tanks. And fertilized the planted one.
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I would put him byhimself and do daily WC on him like if your room temp is warm enough in a 1-2 gal bowl or larger if you can
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I would put him byhimself and do daily WC on him like if your room temp is warm enough in a 1-2 gal bowl or larger if you can
I would put him in my QT but I have a bunch of yellow lab fry in there. I'll just keep my DT as my main focus.
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Food, lights, flourish, and lots and lots of staring today. Also discovered my moms 10 gallon has planaria. I know they are harmless, but is there any way to get rid of them that doesn't involve lots of water changes because this tank is still cycling and i don't want to slow the cycle down.
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I would put him in my QT but I have a bunch of yellow lab fry in there. I'll just keep my DT as my main focus.
Do you have a bowl or bucket you could use ? And do WC daily
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