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    :welcomewave: to the AC!

    :welcomewave: to the AC!
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    Baby tears and dwarf hairgrass come to mind, keep...

    Baby tears and dwarf hairgrass come to mind, keep in mind carpet plants usually require moderate to high light. Co2 may or may not be required depending on the par of your light.
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    Personal I don't see enough information on the light you posted.

    I have a friend that has a successful 55g with diy co2 using the below led.
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    :welcomewave: to the AC!

    :welcomewave: to the AC!
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    :welcomewave: to the AC!

    :welcomewave: to the AC!
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    I'm looking for a decent needle valve, solenoid,...

    I'm looking for a decent needle valve, solenoid, and bubble counter for decent prices if anyone has a suggestion and place to buy. :help: thumbs2:
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    Been a few days since I updated. I had a...

    Been a few days since I updated.

    I had a pretty decent algae bloom a couple days ago, water change, shorter photoperiod, and extra ferts seem to have helped slow it a bit. Still only dosing...
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    :welcomewave: to the AC!

    :welcomewave: to the AC!
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    This is the exact product I used to fish less...

    This is the exact product I used to fish less cycle.
  10. Mommy1 hit it, the goldfish well outgrow the tank...

    Mommy1 hit it, the goldfish well outgrow the tank quick and is a messy fish. Keep a close eye on your water parameters and be prepared to do frequent and large water changes if your tank isn't cycled.
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    Have you tried repeating the propeller? I've...

    Have you tried repeating the propeller? I've found that some you can quite by lifting or pushing them down a little will help. Make sure nothing got in the intake tube.
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    :welcomewave: to the AC!

    :welcomewave: to the AC!
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    :welcomewave: to the AC!

    :welcomewave: to the AC!
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    Which coralife fixture do you have t5 or t5ho?...

    Which coralife fixture do you have t5 or t5ho? Look at the bulb the t5ho are 31 watts a piece. If you have the t5ho it should put you in the high light category and you'll need co2.
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    I would choose acrylic if I had the option, there...

    I would choose acrylic if I had the option, there is a glue made that fuses it together for a seamless bond if done correctly.

    Acrylic can be cut with a circular saw and a carbide tooth blade. On...
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    Hello and :welcomewave: to AC! What material...

    Hello and :welcomewave: to AC!

    What material do you plan to build with glass, acrylic, or wood and fiberglass? What size aquarium are you planning?
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    Another small update, Seeing some plant...

    Another small update,

    Seeing some plant growth, the (what I believe is) amazon sword roots on the runner have grown about an inch since planting. I'm not sure but I think it should be ok to cut...
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    Yeah I know for most African you want a ratio of...

    Yeah I know for most African you want a ratio of 3 to 4 female to male. Looking for comparability issues and others that might fit with them. Also about how many of each I could keep.
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    Ok scratch the Cyphotilapia frontosa after a...

    Ok scratch the Cyphotilapia frontosa after a little research and we won't be able to house them.
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    125 gallon cichlid stocking

    Well I was moving towards a 125 gallon planted community tank and now my wife had decided she wants cichlids.

    Here's a list of what she wants, does anyone see an issue with this list? If not how...
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    Yes it sucks they stop at 55 gallon, would cost...

    Yes it sucks they stop at 55 gallon, would cost me about the same as the bottom glass replacement on my 125.
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    I agree with compass and cliff, keep your water...

    I agree with compass and cliff, keep your water parameters top notch.
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    Use a flat glass lid for the top and for lighting...

    Use a flat glass lid for the top and for lighting you could try leds. Fluval makes one that's about 3/4 to 1" thick. (PS they are half price at petco right now)

    Edit: Compass beat me to it!
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    This thread is rather old, you may be able to get...

    This thread is rather old, you may be able to get better help by posting a new thread in the proper forum.
    Welcome to the AC and good luck.
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    I used the water bottles and it works...

    I used the water bottles and it works beautifully, also have the diy co2 bubbling into the hob intake to chop the bubbles up a little more and it seems to be working good.
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