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Old 10-23-2011, 07:29 PM   #21
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Thanks! I might get the 50w then... I still think that I am going to move them to another tank, but it'll have some decoration and such. Thanks though!!
I would recommend the 25w for a 2.5g tank. I think the 50w might be a bit too much power. Besides, the 25w will give you a greater temp variation option.

Oh, and as a note, I just meant to remove the female so you have 12 million fry in the near future. Good thing she is feisty with all those boys!
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I would recommend the 25w for a 2.5g tank. I think the 50w might be a bit too much power. Besides, the 25w will give you a greater temp variation option.

Oh, and as a note, I just meant to remove the female so you have 12 million fry in the near future. Good thing she is feisty with all those boys!
Yeah, I realized that I should get the 25w after I typed that. I have moved the one female to my 8g tank. She even gives my betta the frights!!
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Yeah, I realized that I should get the 25w after I typed that. I have moved the one female to my 8g tank. She even gives my betta the frights!!
Lol, nice. She definitely sounds feisty.
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endlers are very pretty little fish. they are also pretty easy to raise. 78degs add some salt, very very small feedings 2-3 times a day. Females will drop 5-15 fry every 21 days or so, so be prepared for more fry from those who dropped to begin with.
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