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Old 11-11-2013, 09:21 AM   #5241
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Put new plants in yesterday, inspected today and hoped they grow faster than being eaten. Should of got some more. Checked on neon tetras in QT, all still alive so far. Water change tomorrow.
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Old 11-11-2013, 12:25 PM   #5242
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My newest Betta died no apparent reason only had him for almost a week
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I'm pretty sure my betta keeps picking off my green neons in the 10 gallon. I started with 6 three days ago and now I have 4.
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Old 11-11-2013, 03:33 PM   #5244
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Hey everybody!

I'm pretty excited because I've been cycling my new 55g tank for about a week now and today we added two of our mollies in there to speed up the process a little. They can't enough of the swimming room! I know it looks rough now but it's going to come together so nice when we actually start putting it all together. Substrate, decor, building a hood and proper lighting is all next! (: Click image for larger version

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Moved one of my zoa frags from the sand bed up to the rock, fed all the tanks, 10% WC on 10g QT, replaced it with fresh RODI water to lower salinity in the tank. Tested with hydrometer on both tanks, QT is at 1.019 and DT id at 1.022 so all is good. added fresh SW to DT and am about to check the levels in the 20 long. Going out to get a "cleaner clam". Briliant barbs, could you remind me the name of them?
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Moved one of my zoa frags from the sand bed up to the rock, fed all the tanks, 10% WC on 10g QT, replaced it with fresh RODI water to lower salinity in the tank. Tested with hydrometer on both tanks, QT is at 1.019 and DT id at 1.022 so all is good. added fresh SW to DT and am about to check the levels in the 20 long. Going out to get a "cleaner clam". Briliant barbs, could you remind me the name of them?
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Ok thanks, does harris teeter keep them? I thought i remebered you said somthing about them haveing the clams right? Also are they kept in a tank?
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Ok thanks, does harris teeter keep them? I thought i remebered you said somthing about them haveing the clams right? Also are they kept in a tank?
When I got them they were just on ice. If you can find them in a tank get them there. They have about a 40% chance of living when they're on ice.
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