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Old 09-13-2015, 09:52 AM   #9211
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Last night I redid the tank for my fire belly toads and bumped them up to a 20g. They seem to like it much more.

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Old 09-13-2015, 11:34 AM   #9212
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Moved my 20L into my bedroom from the basement. Was my fw QT but it's now going to be a low-tech community. Planning on moving the black skirt tetras from my 29, getting some cory cats for the first time, and maybe having a shrimp colony.

Later my plan is a 50% pwc, rescape, and trim on my 29 gal

Yesterday I did a 30% pwc on my 75 and removed some of the hair algae

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Old 09-13-2015, 04:09 PM   #9213
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Quick ppc on Betta tank, and the Betta Guppy pair, Cory babies 6.6G Edge tank. I still have 4 active SAE for now, one active Guppy and one which seems to be hiding in the background more...

Possibly taking the Aquafarm tank outside for awhile to the patio. The plants aren't getting enough light inside (someone borrowed my plant bulb desk light - to the unknowng it is a desk lamp, to me it is a spare tank light ) Have to check the temps for Assassin snails as well, there is one in there and I don't want to kill him off...he is my friend, lol. Night temps are in the mid 50'sF.

No fish in the AquaFarm just snails and plants right now. On the other hand the Betta is in a 2G and the AF is a 3G I just hate that I can't see through the sides or that light can't get through the sides either, but maybe put him into the AF and hunt down my extra light.

Watchng the SAE, they are scouring the DW and filter pad around the internal filter (there from when it was staying cycled in the shrimp tank) for green snacks, mossy algae tid bits and noming on the hair algae clumps I saved. I think I will add some more plants to their QT and give them a little wafer to snack on.

Wishing I was staying home all day to watch the fish...
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Lost one of my Angel fish randomly today.

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Old 09-16-2015, 09:22 PM   #9215
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Got up this morning, turned on the lights, fed the critters, went to work. Came home late, turned off the lights - miss the fish! 😕

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Old 09-16-2015, 09:31 PM   #9216
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Fed the fish frozen blood worms. Gold tetras liked it but were tentative. The ember tetras and CPDs said meh. Had the same results with frozen daphnia. Both Hikari brand I believe.
Now I have two frozen packs (40 portions each) minus the two portions I used. Yeah.
I have some mosquito fish outside. Perhaps I can give them treats and fatten them up before winter comes.


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Wishing I was staying home all day to watch the fish...
That's understandable! Just want to belatedly thank you for the info on shipping MTS

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Fed the fish frozen blood worms. Gold tetras liked it but were tentative. The ember tetras and CPDs said meh. Had the same results with frozen daphnia. Both Hikari brand I believe.
Now I have two frozen packs (40 portions each) minus the two portions I used. Yeah.
I have some mosquito fish outside. Perhaps I can give them treats and fatten them up before winter comes.
Interesting, all of my fish go absolutely nuts for the frozen blood worms!

Topped off the water in the 16g...still considerable evaporation even though the weather has gotten a bit cooler. Pulled the crumbly Manzanita out of the Spec and replaced with a soaked piece of cholla. Turkish hazels arrived today so those are soaking. Updated my tank thread.
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Old 09-20-2015, 07:51 AM   #9218
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About to get started on cleaning the skimmers on my tank

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Old 09-20-2015, 09:45 AM   #9219
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Looked at my plants and decided it's time for a big trim! Maybe, If I'm feeling like it anyway!
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Discovered about thirty fry while changing the filter AND I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH THEM! help xD (I posted about this too)


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