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    Fake edit: I meant Maracyn 2.

    Fake edit: I meant Maracyn 2.
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    Question about dropsy

    Following a die-off of my biological filter (long story), one of my female guppies suffered nitrite burn to her gills in the chaos. Though she recovered from that through salting the tank a bit and...
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    Doesn't the salt cause zeolite to exchange the...

    Doesn't the salt cause zeolite to exchange the ammonia it's absorbed back into the water? I know that's how you recharge the stuff. I may still need to keep at least a bit of zeolite in the filter...
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    It appears that the ammonia levels were what was...

    It appears that the ammonia levels were what was interfering with the recovery of my biological filter (not low pH, since that cleared up with a water change and since I began to float a cuttlebone...
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    Right now, my habits consist of a long period of...

    Right now, my habits consist of a long period of light daily. It's 6 gallon tank with a 15 watt fixture, so I get a steady low-moderate light on it, for 12 or 13 hours.

    I figured that if the stuff...
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    The fungus appears completely immobile, really. ...

    The fungus appears completely immobile, really.

    Also, I lack a magnifying glass or microscope so I can't get a close-up look. But looking at the shapes of vorticella and rotifers via the magic of...
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    Still fighting the fungus, but it only rears its...

    Still fighting the fungus, but it only rears its ugly, mildewy head and blooms back when I do a water change, top off the tank or add Flourish Excel (oddly not when adding Trace or Comprehensive,...
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    I have a rapidly bubbling airstone in there, from...

    I have a rapidly bubbling airstone in there, from an air pump rated for 10 gallons -- this tank is 6. The guppies don't hang around the surface, don't gasp for air and their gills look pink and not...
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    Little update! The fungus is fading back, but...

    Little update!

    The fungus is fading back, but that's likely because I haven't added any fertilizers or done a water change for a day or so -- it often crops back up when doing either, and I had...
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    Alrighty, a question related to my predicament --...

    Alrighty, a question related to my predicament -- would introducing something like marimo balls to my tank serve as a possible stand-in for the algae I killed, thus letting that fungus run amok? If...
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    Talk about bipolar updates! Uh... turns out...

    Talk about bipolar updates!

    Uh... turns out the fungus has killed off a good chunk of my biological filter. Today I did my basic water tests (ammonia, nitrate, nitrite and pH) and suddenly...
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    I actually think I've figured it out. It IS some...

    I actually think I've figured it out. It IS some kind of fungus but it seemingly takes care of itself over the course of a few days -- and it pops back up basically when there's new nutrients in the...
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    Maybe not algae, but I'm stumped

    So recently upon switching from API Leaf Zone/CO2 Booster to Flourish+Excel+Trace upon realizing there was prolly a good micronutrient deficit in my tank (and to hop on the bandwagon too, I guess), I...
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    Yeah, I was thinking the same thing in regard to...

    Yeah, I was thinking the same thing in regard to pH-altering chemicals, at least in recommended doses. I'd rather let it settle itself if the fish and shrimp aren't bothered and conditions aren't...
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    My substrate is Carib-Sea Eco-Comlplete Planted...

    My substrate is Carib-Sea Eco-Comlplete Planted with river pebbles layered on top (the type that PetCo/PetSmart commonly sell). As for GH/KH, I'm still waiting on my test kit to arrive in the mail,...
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    Higher pH after adding more plants?

    I've finished my stocked cycle on a 6-gallon tank about two or three weeks ago. All my basic water parameters (ammonia, nitrite, nitrate) are at 0ppm still, but after adding a good few plants (bacopa...
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