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Old 04-02-2006, 12:36 AM   #1
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My 29g "new pic"

Any suggestions for scaping? We are getting ready to re-scape it and triyng to come up with some unique ideas. Please, all ideas welcome

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Fluval 204
Penguin 660 Powerhead/sponge
4 White Clouds
7 Lemon Tetras
Trinidad Pleco 8"
Colombian Shark 5"
Unknown Loach

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pH 7.2
Ammonia 0ppm
Nitrites 0ppm
Nitrite 10ppm

New project on the way---Acrylic 145G " L "
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on the 3rd test do you mean nitrates? because 10 ppm nitrite is high and dangerous
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Yep, my goof
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Looking good! Your tetras appear to school nicely.
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I'm having trouble with the flash, can't get it to turn off
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If you can't get the flash off, try taking pics on an angle, that can help. I'm no expert but have received plenty of advice from other members. Doesn't always work for me but always improving.
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thanks for the tip Zagz, I'll try that.
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10ppm for nitrate isn't dangerous... ...just a good time for a pwc. I know alot of people let it go as high as 15ppm before a change. Me I stick to the 10.
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