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Old 10-01-2013, 05:20 PM   #21
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I never said you needed ten, I pair would work. Don't know where you got ten from? If you're worrying about nitrate build up from them, imagine what it is like woththe siamese algae eaters. Never flush living fish! I'm sure if you went to a local LFS or put a add up on the Internet someone would take them...
Ahhh got 10 from babys :p
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Lower your water level, jumping shouldn't be a problem.
I'm injecting CO2, and i have HOB filter, so i keep water level high to not make too much surface agitation...
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Old 10-01-2013, 05:23 PM   #23
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I never said you needed ten, I pair would work. Don't know where you got ten from? If you're worrying about nitrate build up from them, imagine what it is like woththe siamese algae eaters. Never flush living fish! I'm sure if you went to a local LFS or put a add up on the Internet someone would take them...
LFS here only take baby fish, they don't want to get big siamensis. I thought you was talking about getting a lot of rams frys... this way it'll go fast to overstock...


Yeah 2 ramz could be nice. So I buy a male and a female I imagine ? I'll keep siamensis until they cause problems, if I find some people interested getting free big siamensis, that's best solution for sure.
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Just wondering why putting a glass or clear plastic top on isn't an option?
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Old 10-02-2013, 02:01 AM   #25
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I'm injecting CO2, and i have HOB filter, so i keep water level high to not make too much surface agitation...
I was Under the impression that surface agitation was a good thing :/ bit if you have a high water level you should probably buy a hood.
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What is RCS?
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What is RCS?
Red Cherry Shrimp
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I was Under the impression that surface agitation was a good thing :/ bit if you have a high water level you should probably buy a hood.
Yeah, surface agitation is very good thing when you do NOT inject CO2. Aquarium with CO2 is like coke can, if you shake it, it lose it CO2.
I already have to inject a lot because of my HOB filter...

I'll try to drop the water level a bit, just to see if my killies are able to jump...

Replacing them with rams seems the best option.

I don't put glass of transparent plastic top because of the way the lights are fixed... You can see it on my profile picture...
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Now i'm just curious to know if a couple of Rams will be compatible with my setup...

I'll start a thread with this question. Thanks all for giving me ideas !


http://www.aquariumadvice.com/forums...up-280658.html
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