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Old 05-30-2015, 03:11 PM   #8591
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I'm going to do community college for 2-3 years before transfering so it's going to go in the living room. 75 on one side of the TV and the 29 on the other side.

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Nice man. Good luck on it. I personally would recommend something other than a planted. Ive only got 1 tank and its a 55 gallon high tech planted tank and I think if I ever get another I would have to do something different than what I already have.
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Old 05-30-2015, 05:12 PM   #8592
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Thanks.

Decided to hold off on going with a reef tank and the discus. I'm deciding between a FOWLR, a medium tech native tank, and a high tech planted. Really want the high rech tank but the FOWLR would be a nice change of pace.
Either way I go it has to be set up by June 13th for my graduation party, and here I thought I only had to get my established tank looking good...

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Old 05-30-2015, 07:31 PM   #8593
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Finally home.

Great news is all my fish survived and even better my big angel looks better! That fungus or whatever went away and he is acting normal. Feeding soon.

Big water changes on all 7 tanks.

Checking cycle progress on the SW nano soon.


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Old 05-30-2015, 08:17 PM   #8594
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Tomorrow we're going to our favorite fish store! Hopefully we'll find a couple good platy's but yo yo loachs are our objective xD no where has them here.. Fingers crossed


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Old 05-31-2015, 12:41 AM   #8595
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I've finally gotten my baby neon tetras to accept flake food and they are both now about half the size of my white clouds. And part of the rocks of one side of the pond fell into the three foot section of the pond under the waterfall and we still haven't been able to get them all out and fix the side. The pond is currently overflowed due to rain and the top of the water is covered in leaves and debris otherwise I would get a picture.
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Old 05-31-2015, 10:59 AM   #8596
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I've finally gotten my baby neon tetras to accept flake food and they are both now about half the size of my white clouds. And part of the rocks of one side of the pond fell into the three foot section of the pond under the waterfall and we still haven't been able to get them all out and fix the side. The pond is currently overflowed due to rain and the top of the water is covered in leaves and debris otherwise I would get a picture.
Yikes! Hope your pond gets a little less water , but I can't argue with rain :P dry as a bone here.

So yesterday got back from vacation and cleaned lewis's tank. Don't know what happened but horn wort was shedding like crazy, so I got it out and spent a good our vacuuming, and now looks just fine! 45 did a 50% PWC and filled it up, but had a little spill over! But it is drying currently. Working this summer on maybe doing a 40b hardscape, so that will be fun.

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Old 05-31-2015, 09:09 PM   #8597
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I did a 85% water change on my 55g cichlid tank and redecorated it.
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My fiance did a 50% water change, only to test the water and find ammonia... it was in the tap water at about 2 ppm thankfully all the fish seem to be surviving, and the ammonia has already dropped significantly in the tank to 1ppm over a few hours. Go, bacteria, go!

Man, it is freaking scary to have ammonia show up in the tap water, because my first fishkeeping instinct is to do a water change when ammonia appears- but what do you do if the water change is where the ammonia came from!? I feel like I've been betrayed
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Yesterday-I moved and rescaped my 29 gallon across the room to make room for the new 75.

Today-Got the 75 gallon in place and decided to start on going salty with it. Also thought how much a second 75, but make it high tech planted, would look where the 29 resides. Some say i mightily have mts but I say I'm helping the industry lol

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2-3 times as large. Is there anything I can do? I really like the goldfish, and I'd hate to give them up, but I would like some more fish.
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