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Old 11-10-2013, 11:52 AM   #5221
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Dosed the 10g goby QT with copper, added some water to the 37g, and fed the goby. Hes not eating so maybe the copper will help
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i got driftwood, its approx 12in x 4in x 6in
its currently cooking, looking at the amount of yellow, if i soaked it in hot water, constantly changing and replacing it, id be here a month waiting for the water to run clear...lol
fingers crossed.
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Old 11-10-2013, 03:08 PM   #5223
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Old 11-10-2013, 03:37 PM   #5224
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50% Water change on the 10g fry tank.
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Old 11-10-2013, 04:45 PM   #5225
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I re-did all of the aquascaping in my nano reef! Looks much better. If I don't forget, I'll take a picture when all of the corals are open again.
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Old 11-10-2013, 05:58 PM   #5226
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120 break down, tank in the room, Empty, stock in holding (45) with system filter Fluval 205. Fluval 3+ removed from system. All plants cleaned wood ready to process, plants processed, majority went in the 750, remaining went in holding tank along with some wood to provide some kind of environment.

750, plus plants, low energy species, started to add water, RO running, forgot to start it earlier in the day. Silly boy! Loads of plants now. Just need some long grass and some more fish to complete.

60 litre, plus 8litre water.

Still no puffer, that will change soon. I can't be without one of these fish, EVER!

Also I still need to feed the fish.

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My lovely catfish, now displaying adult coloration, once I get a picture of the dentition I can finally identify it.
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My lovely catfish, now displaying adult coloration, once I get a picture of the dentition I can finally identify it.
What type of pleco is that? Looks like a clown or BN to me. Nice fish btw
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What type of pleco is that? Looks like a clown or BN to me. Nice fish btw
It was sold to me as a Bristlenose so it should be a female. It looks most like L003 but there are a few similar species, L003 grows bigger, it could be L182 L071 or L181. Depends on the teeth. When I hook it tomorrow I will try and photograph the mouth.
The trouble with plecs, each species has such a major colour variation it's really difficult to tell what they are. You basically have to catch it from the river or cut it up.

Edit- I had the same trouble with my first two, every time I thought I had it, the fish grew some more. The only two plecs I've ever kept that I knew from the start were L128 and L030 the colours of these are unique with no similar alternatives.
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Did a 30% change feed the little guys watched the 6 baby harlequin rasboras swim around with the dwarf rainbows maybe some rummy nose tetras or cardinal tetras or neons tomorrow what u think?
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