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Old 12-31-2013, 08:13 PM   #5761
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Ooo i like that idea! The zoa idea of course! I hate sexy shrimp. They wag their tails too much.
You just can't handle their sexy ways :p
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You just can't handle their sexy ways :p
I guess thats it.
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Added some polyfill to the 20 to get some bb growing for the 10g QT.
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Old 12-31-2013, 08:47 PM   #5764
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Finished planting my new 20 tall, still some work to be done but it's a start..

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Old 12-31-2013, 09:37 PM   #5765
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Finished planting my new 20 tall, still some work to be done but it's a start..
Looks like a pretty good start. Nice job!
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Thank you Fishman007 and Eduguy. He was dead and being eaten by snails. I also lost a young BN Albino Pleco. Really bummed. Also looking for my fw Cobalt Goby. He likes to hide in the square thing in the bottom, I HOPE he's hiding.

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Old 01-01-2014, 12:25 AM   #5767
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Thank you Fishman007 and Eduguy. He was dead and being eaten by snails. I also lost a young BN Albino Pleco. Really bummed. Also looking for my fw Cobalt Goby. He likes to hide in the square thing in the bottom, I HOPE he's hiding.

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Old 01-01-2014, 03:42 AM   #5768
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Fed both tanks, added water, fed brine shrimp for the first time (loved the live food!), and watched the fishies! :3 happy new year! (Oh yeah and i also scared my fish while banging on pots and pans while celebrating and felt bad. They are ok now so good. Felt so badd at first :0)
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Fed both tanks, added water, fed brine shrimp for the first time (loved the live food!), and watched the fishies! :3 happy new year! (Oh yeah and i also scared my fish while banging on pots and pans while celebrating and felt bad. They are ok now so good. Felt so badd at first :0)

lol i lit some fireworks, that are illegal here, i can only imagine how my fish felt with the whole house shaking
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I added a couple of red ramshorn snails a month back and one died this week. I knew it had progeny but never really tried to find them among my plant trimmings till today. 2 had reached pea size that i found when removing a rock my comet was brushing against. Then i lifted my Ludwigia cuttings out of the bucket they are in and found about 9 smaller ones as well as another pea sized one in the original tank the dead parent came from. I'm sure those i found today were just the start of the progeny. The tank the pea sized snails are coming from has mysteriously cleared of algae over the course of three weeks when i did nothing to change the tank. I'm thinking that my first gen snail may have died from lack of nutrients. Guess i will see a lot more of the second generation soon if they have to come out to find algae.

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