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Old 06-19-2015, 03:54 PM   #8761
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My peacocks spawned again so I moved the female to a 10g until the fry are free swimming.
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Old 06-19-2015, 04:54 PM   #8762
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slowly setting all the new corals I got today
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Old 06-19-2015, 09:08 PM   #8763
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Small water change, removed some excess shrimp pellets my frog decided not to eat.
I'll have to gravel vacuum soon, I've been experimenting with foods and some hasn't been a big hit lol.
Checked my levels yesterday morning in the 20G, was very pleased.
Everything was normal, pH is perfect (which was a relief for me).
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Old 06-19-2015, 10:07 PM   #8764
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I've recently(the other day) got some goodies for the SW tank.

Cerith snail
Zebra hermit
Yellow tip hermit
Peppermint shrimp
Kenya tree coral
quite a fun day


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Old 06-20-2015, 11:58 AM   #8765
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I've been BUSY today!
Went out to garage and was delighted to find that my old 10 gallon tank is leak free and still has a working filter, just needs some heavy duty cleaning and some new decor, a new heater, and some kind of lid.
I'm going to be dividing it, and rehoming one betta in there (since his tank is really too small, as I've learned) and getting another betta at some point for the other half.
I have two 1 gallons, one will house my African Dwarf frog, the other I'll start up with shrimp.
Excited to get my tanks sorted out!
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Old 06-20-2015, 12:03 PM   #8766
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I've been BUSY today!

Went out to garage and was delighted to find that my old 10 gallon tank is leak free and still has a working filter, just needs some heavy duty cleaning and some new decor, a new heater, and some kind of lid.

I'm going to be dividing it, and rehoming one betta in there (since his tank is really too small, as I've learned) and getting another betta at some point for the other half.

I have two 1 gallons, one will house my African Dwarf frog, the other I'll start up with shrimp.

Excited to get my tanks sorted out!

Shrimp for the 1 gallon is a nice idea but I really wouldn't do the ADF unless you plan on him being the only thing in there and some regular water changes.

Great you found a new tank though!


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ADF and a 1 gallon tank way too small , these frogs are very active and need room to swim , another thing to consider they are dirty eaters and what ever filter on the 1g
just cant handle that load
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20% Water change on my 60 community. Gonna break down my fish-empty 25T clean to rid of snails. Let dry out. Turning it to a cichlids tank next.


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20% Water change on my 60 community. Gonna break down my fish-empty 25T clean to rid of snails. Let dry out. Turning it to a cichlids tank next.


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Hopefully apistos or something as that size really limits your cichlid options.
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Shrimp for the 1 gallon is a nice idea but I really wouldn't do the ADF unless you plan on him being the only thing in there and some regular water changes.

Great you found a new tank though!


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He would be the only live thing in there other than small plants. I do very frequent water changes on small tanks.

I'll do some more research about whether or not the tank is too small. The brochure for ADF from Petsmart says the minimum can be a gallon, plus a few sites I found, one which seemed pretty professional and knowledgeable.
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