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Old 06-18-2010, 12:02 AM   #1
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Newbie 10 gal

2 red wah platty for now...
i thought the net looked cool... need more fish any ideas!???
Tomorrow i will buy heater and probally plant(s)
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Old 06-18-2010, 12:05 AM   #2
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Cool looking tank. How long has it been set up? Have you read about cycling? It will save you a lot of money and frustration in the long run.

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Old 06-18-2010, 12:11 AM   #3
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+ 1. If you haven't, Cycling A Freshwater Aquarium - Paw Talk - Pet Forums , Fishless Cycling For Dummies, or I just learned about cycling but I already have fish. What now?! are all very helpful links. Welcome to AA, love the tank! It is pretty.
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Its been setup for 2-3 weeks already been cycled i had the 2 wags in a little 2 gallon and there loving the swimming space they finally noticed the log and are exploring it as i Type
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Glad to hear they are good, what test kit are you using? How did you cycle your tank? It takes more than 2 to 3 weeks to cycle a tank aside from the rare occasion that someone is lucky enough to get that.
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Tetra.......Fishless (media from 2 gallon tank & gravel)...... It had that bacteria bloom about 2-3 days ago and i took a water sample to my lfs to make sure it was safe to add my wags
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Sounds cool. I'll bet they're stoked about the tank upgrade! lol
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I recommend you get your own test kit when you get a chance. The strips are innacurate. API's freshwater liquid test kit is an excellent investment. It is not that cheap but it will last you for a long time and you will get very accurate readings. What were your params at the LFS? Ammonia, Nitrite and nitrAte? Glad to hear your fish are happy in there

I would say some otos would be nice to add for algae eaters. Or maybe some shrimp
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Yea i know im trying to decide what other fishes i should add to the tank any ideas!?
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We can help you more if you answer our questions. We ask them for a reason lol
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