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Old 07-09-2015, 05:25 PM   #8961
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My baby peacocks are finally free swimming and they are eating. There are 6 in all.


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That is very exciting news!

Just fill evap and feed. Didn't get the big filter cleaned yesterday due to something urgent that came up - so tomorrow probably.
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Searched my tank for 2 rogue snails. Not sure where they went....

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Took my credit card scraper and dispatched the GSA I kept forgetting in the right front bottom corner.
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I'm thinking about moving all three baby bettas into a plastic tub until I can set up a tank for them.

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PWC day. Replanted some stem plants. Watched corys at work.
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Old 07-10-2015, 06:28 PM   #8966
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I cleaned and setup my brother old 10g turtle tank and put the three bettas in it.

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Old 07-10-2015, 06:32 PM   #8967
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Meds for the discus came in. Hoping they react well.

Been working on the 10g planted.

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Old 07-10-2015, 06:33 PM   #8968
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I have been planing a 10g planted for a while now and I want to make sure these plants would be good for a 10g beginner tank: sagittaria subulata, hygophila pinnatifida, dwarf anubias, lemna minor, echinodorus gabrieli, hygophila difformis, hygophila corymbosa, and willow moss.

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I have been planing a 10g planted for a while now and I want to make sure these plants would be good for a 10g beginner tank: sagittaria subulata, hygophila pinnatifida, dwarf anubias, lemna minor, echinodorus gabrieli, hygophila difformis, hygophila corymbosa, and willow moss.

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Pinnatifida is a great plant. It looks great and mine is growing well under the 24/7. Apparently pet smart is selling it pretty low right now for its normal price.

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Pinnatifida is a great plant. It looks great and mine is growing well under the 24/7. Apparently pet smart is selling it pretty low right now for its normal price.

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Ok, thank you. I will find something else to replace the corymbosa.

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