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Old 09-07-2014, 07:53 PM   #7041
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It's not her tank, it's my tank! I took it over after the only goldfish in it died and stocked it to my own preferences so she doesn't have to bother with it and it always looks nice. It just happens to be at her place.
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Old 09-07-2014, 07:53 PM   #7042
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Old 09-07-2014, 08:15 PM   #7043
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Did a wc in my shrimp home. Trimmed some plants and cleaned filter tubes in another.
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Old 09-08-2014, 02:47 AM   #7044
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Spent quite a bit of time washing sand, rescuing MTS out of the abandoned sand bucket, lol, moving a ton of containers, tubs, buckets, misc. aquarium sand and pebbles to get them corralled and out of the way. They just keep creeping up on me!

Spent countless minutes evaluating all the stones in my rock garden for something to use for my 6.6G glass only Edge tank project (ideas) fell in love with 2 rocks but couldn't seem to get the rest of the style right with them, trying for an Iwagumi inspired look. Intended to use Petrified Wood Stones, but then couldn't get those other 2 rocks out of my head.



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These are 3 of my SW fish staring at me - waiting for me to do a trick or something...like feed them, AGAIN!


PWC on 12G and 6.6G. Filled Evap. Fed BBS and Worms defrosted. New Angelfish wouldn't give the worms a second look and swam around them while the Diamond Tetra Bull dozed in and scooped up everything it possibly could!

The 72G the Angels went crazy for those Tubifex worms, like usual. I am going to buy more of that stuff next time they are on sale and stock up. My SW fish are eating the bbs almost every day and seem very happy with their selections of foods of all sorts! The Saddleback Clownfish are pigs though, maybe they are just growing youngsters

Here is a pic of them (I know it looks a lot like the last one, lol)


And my growing Clown Goby
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Old 09-08-2014, 11:02 AM   #7045
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Moved guppy fry to 3.7


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Old 09-08-2014, 01:03 PM   #7046
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50% water change with total rescape. Was getting tired of the old look and decided to change it out and see how I like it. Will probably change it again in the next month or s after this current scape grows in but well see if Ive finally hit the perfect look for the tank!
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Old 09-08-2014, 06:14 PM   #7047
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I trimmed my wisteria and left the cuttings floating for root development. Added my new moneywort. On the right front in the picture. Still misshapen from. The delivery bag, but 'waking up' quickly.
I also added 6 baby neons and a bamboo shrimp.
Someone on here said my tank was over crowded and maybe it is. As they all grow I will get a larger tank. Already picking one out. But for now the balance of the fish and the plants and 40% PWC are keeping my parameters in line.


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Found tiny newborn fry in dad's tank, fed them some bbs.

My 29 planted is looking terrible. There is dirt above the gravel cap, and the water is cloudy. There is purigen in there but it isn't helping (and yes it isn't all dirty we recharged it a few days ago). Does anyone have any suggestions? My sister wants to take it all out and just put gravel in with some decorations, but I would really like to avoid that if possible.


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Sand substrate Kitty. Root tabs for plants.

SW - Did a little over 2G pwc on 15G. Used the old tank water to clean out the sw macroalgae vase. Fed bbs and later flaked marine food and Marine s. Those Clowns eat so much! Planning my trip to the lfs Friday. Need to pic up some pods. I got a coupon for a free bag of them or 16.95 off purchase of 2 bags, if I remember correctly. It was for promoting the manufacturer/supplier's new vendor, my lfs (an hour away).

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Fed all the fish just a little because they looked hungry but I was trying to fast them a day. There are babies /young ones in all the tanks so I am a big sucker and gave in to feed them some.
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