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I am from Ontario, just emailed and asked them if they shipped to Canada:shrug: :roulette:
Sure I will, thanks, however, chameleon fish does not seem to be the same fish. Anyways I am not sure if it gonna make a difference: I looked around and they didn't have the fish for sure, I asked...
Today I went to Bigals near us and asked for the fish and the guy looked at me as if he had seen a blue man, never heard of. fcuk:rapidfire: :rapidfire:
I can't thank yuo all folks more. The time and concern yall showed is phenomenal and I really appreciate it all.
Guess I am likin this Scarlet fella. Hope to be able to find them around here.
Hey dude, where did yuo get this scarlet buddy from?
that's sick man, that's sick,
thaks a lot.
let's see if I could find'em
you are a life saver nice fella
Matter of fact, here in Walmart, they even sell dwarf rams, calling them angel ram.
They are definitely nice and colorful enough, though I had a bad taste of them since mine grew a bump in the head...
Pea puffers are good, actually had 5 of them and now only one left. They just died away off my hands for no reason.Problem is, though fairly small, they roughly need 5 g each, so you put one or two...
I've just shut down my 55 g in which I had a gorgeous gold severum due to lack of space in our place and also about to tear down my 40 g tall, home to 4 severums, 1 tiger Oscar...
I've just shut down my 55 g in which I had a gorgeous gold severum due to lack of space in our place and also about to tear down my 40 g tall, home to 4 severums, 1 tiger Oscar and 2...
09-12-2008, 06:07 PM
I'll sure do my friend!
DIDECYLDIMETHYLAMMONIUM CHLORIDE, is what they use in Lysol products, a quaternary ammonium compound with chloride as counter ion.So, if I remember right, once in our...
09-12-2008, 04:44 AM
I've just found my answer, thanks to google!
Now I am seeking to figure out how to reduce Cu2+ toxicity as this Cupermanin thing does.
09-12-2008, 03:51 AM
Sorry to respond rather late, I just happened to realize ich problem in one of my tanks and had to deal with that.
Getting back to ur asking for permission, you've got it, just go ahead on my behalf...
09-07-2008, 10:42 PM
the latest link is quite informative.
09-07-2008, 10:35 PM
thnx everyone for all helpful replies. I am a chemist/biochemist. Most of what I wrote come from lectures and textbooks I had to once read. Hospital disinfection entails using industrial autoclaves...
09-07-2008, 06:00 PM
man, they rinse it prior to use.
btw, it smells way better than shorter aldehydes like acetaldehyde or formaldehyde.
09-07-2008, 05:57 PM
TB is a bacterium, not virus. dealing with virus, maybe contracting to what you may think, is waaaaaaaaay easier as they don't form spores. Bacteria spores make them withstand pretty harsh conditions...
09-07-2008, 05:51 PM
How about glutaraldehyde?
A 70% sol. is what medical personnel use to disinfect endoscopic tools and apparatus.
09-07-2008, 04:19 AM
Looks like I am.
But honestly, I may have fish TB problem in one of my tanks, trying to nip it in the bud of getting spread to others. that's y i am kinda obsessed with cleanness
09-07-2008, 04:16 AM
OK, let me do some brain storming, trying to pique and intrigue your long-established idea:
Have you ever heard/used: benzalkonium chlorideChloride, Cetylpyridinum bromide, Didecyl dimethyl...
09-07-2008, 04:09 AM
it sure dose! What correlates Red severum to a cat avatar, I wonder!!
All fish hate cats after all!!, don"t they.
09-07-2008, 04:05 AM
but I have, so have some other hobbiests I know. A 50:50 solution is what people normally recommend, but what I use is even more dilute. I add a cupful from the commercial bleach solution to one...
09-07-2008, 03:50 AM
Pussycat, sorry if sounded bored with you. was just playing rather nauthy:c12:
I know u r kind enough to share experience and help other folks out.
Well,I took for granted that u meant boiling...
09-07-2008, 03:34 AM
you are basically getting at an autoclave which I can't afford!
Think bout it Mr. pussycat, how to boil a net with its long handle, and wet heat will definitely disfigure/kill all plastic stuff like...
09-07-2008, 03:28 AM
Hi there fish crazy people!
I am looking for an effective chemical or something, besides bleach, PP, various acids and salt to disinfect aquarium equipment such as net, siphon, ...
09-06-2008, 03:33 AM
I appreciate ur helpful and comprehensive feedback. Since my last post, I reduced the food and the convict guy has lost a good deal of its bloated belly. All other folks in the tank are doing well....
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