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Old 02-07-2013, 01:37 PM   #21
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I went to my lfs and they are out of Java moss. What is a good top plant for newbies? And would you suggest I get a few cheap fish at Walmart of petsmart to help with the cycling. I was told to get some cheap ones n throw them in they might or might not die but it would help with the process of the new tank is this true and what kind of fish would I get since I want to move everyone from my 10 to my 29L?
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Old 02-07-2013, 01:40 PM   #22
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I wouldn't know where to get the moss from. Now with some fish to help it cycle I would go to PetSmart since Walmart doesn't take care of their fish. Your tank could get all messed up if you went to Walmart.
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Ok I will go there today I have to get a heater anyhow. Is there any certain fish you would suggest and they are just sold out of the moss getting more in tomorrow but said it goes fast. Suggested I be there when they open.
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Ok I will go there today I have to get a heater anyhow. Is there any certain fish you would suggest and they are just sold out of the moss getting more in tomorrow but said it goes fast. Suggested I be there when they open.
Back skirt tetras are very hardy! Try those
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