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Old 10-12-2012, 11:04 AM   #11
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Brilliant, I'll look this up, I'll tweak the temperature aswell and I'll be asking for some of his gravel and filters now, thanks again for all your help, the starter link on the home page is also top class, I can see this becoming an addiction due to how excited I am now and I've not even got any fish yet hahaha, wish I'd got one sooner, loving it...
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:26 AM   #12
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Brilliant, I'll look this up, I'll tweak the temperature aswell and I'll be asking for some of his gravel and filters now, thanks again for all your help, the starter link on the home page is also top class, I can see this becoming an addiction due to how excited I am now and I've not even got any fish yet hahaha, wish I'd got one sooner, loving it...
Haha tell me about it! It is one very addicting yet rewarding hobby
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:58 AM   #13
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Welcome! Good luck with your first tank. Youll enjoy this hobby very much when everything is up and running... just watch out for that dreaded MTS
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Welcome! Good luck with your first tank. Youll enjoy this hobby very much when everything is up and running... just watch out for that dreaded MTS
It's the inevitable it will happen it spreads to all of us lol well at one stage anyway untill we built up an immunity :P
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It's the inevitable it will happen it spreads to all of us lol well at one stage anyway untill we built up an immunity :P
Immunity? more tanks? lol
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Immunity? more tanks? lol
An immunity to not buying more tanks Yes haha I am not immune against the dreaded mts yet but I'm trying to conquer this syndrome before it gets outta hand :P
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Welcome! Good luck with your first tank. Youll enjoy this hobby very much when everything is up and running... just watch out for that dreaded MTS
Sooooo true! I started a tank for my daughter and now I'm already planning a cichlid breeding tank 40g and a 90g community tank.
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:02 PM   #18
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Welcome! Good luck with your first tank. Youll enjoy this hobby very much when everything is up and running... just watch out for that dreaded MTS
OK, been reading a lot since I got the setup but not stumbled across MTS yet, just asked my mate Google and seen they are snails, I take it from your post you can't just pick the buggers out then lol
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nah Malaysian Trumpet Snails are actually really good for your tank


The MTS we are talking about is Multitank syndrome lol. once you get one you WILL get another =P
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Old 10-13-2012, 09:51 AM   #20
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nah Malaysian Trumpet Snails are actually really good for your tank

The MTS we are talking about is Multitank syndrome lol. once you get one you WILL get another =P
Superb lol, OK last question for a while I promise, this is probably a stupid one but need to know, got a couple of real plants to go in the tank, they come in a plastic stand with some king of light brown foam stuff in it, I have enough gravel at the rear of the tank to cover this but do I remove the plants from the plastic stand / foam, or do they go in as they are and get covered up, want to get this right but can't find any info on this subject. Paranoid about getting things spot on, many thanks martin
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