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Old 02-21-2012, 06:47 PM   #1
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New to the site and pretty new to tropical freshwater - kept goldfish for years but wanted a change - sadly just lost some neons to white spot but tank growing well including about 20 fry which I am pretty proud of!!

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Old 02-21-2012, 07:30 PM   #2
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Welcome! Looks great! and from what i can see guppys?
How old is your tank? how big?
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The tanks has been running now since December we have mollys, platys, loaches and a few others I cannot remember, its around 100 litres which is the largest I can convince the wife to have - shop tells me I can have around 35 fish in that but seems a lot. I have the fry in a separate net but will probably sell a few once they grow.
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Had a few deaths recently think the PH might be too low, I have ordered a better water tester, but also had some more babies today so can't be too bad, I have a very small spare tank and thinking of setting that up for the babies but it has no light, pump or heater not sure if cheaper to go and buy a small all in one rather than buy bits for such a small tank perhaps 20 litres
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