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Old 07-14-2012, 04:50 AM   #1
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Im getting a tropical fish tank today and setting it up. how long should i wait before i can put my fish into the tank?
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Old 07-14-2012, 05:34 AM   #2
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First off this is in the wrong section, it's in breeding and should be in getting started. It really depends on how long till you add fish. People on this site suggest buying a API master test kit. When your levels look like this : ammonia: 0 nitrites:0. Nitrates: 0-20 , then you can add fish
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First off this is in the wrong section, it's in breeding and should be in getting started. It really depends on how long till you add fish. People on this site suggest buying a API master test kit. When your levels look like this : ammonia: 0 nitrites:0. Nitrates: 0-20 , then you can add fish
Ok sorry im used to going on breeding
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What fish are you thinking of anyway?
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What fish are you thinking of anyway?
Guppys and angel fish
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Old 07-16-2012, 12:52 PM   #6
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What size tank? . Anyways guppies and angelfish may not work. You could try platies and angelfish though
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What size tank? . Anyways guppies and angelfish may not work. You could try platies and angelfish though
I have a breeding pair of angels and 4 guppys. Theyve been fine together so far
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Yes but your one of the lucky ones!
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Yes but your one of the lucky ones!
Maybe, but then again, most of the fish I have are not supposed to go together. But they are all friends! ^_^
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Haah are they all matured then?
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Yes. Very mature fish. They get along together very well and have no drama!
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Wow! Your lucky!
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