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    With high pressure sales, you're salesperson is...

    With high pressure sales, you're salesperson is probably making some form of commission. You can play this to your advantage because you know that anywhere above the point of losing money, the person...
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    So for stocking, I'm thinking the CPD and pygmy...

    So for stocking, I'm thinking the CPD and pygmy cories. How many of each should I go for? On one hand it's only 13g, but it is well filtered and 24" long.

    Here is a little mock up of what I'm...
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    @Sheamurai, I think it is pretty easy to make a...

    @Sheamurai, I think it is pretty easy to make a bed that does well new, but the challenge is one that is still good to sleep on after 5 years of nightly use. OTOH, for a guest room durability isn't...
  4. Thread: I'm Jealous

    by Zerileous
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    I always wonder how people transport these tanks,...

    I always wonder how people transport these tanks, or do they just everything at the contest site? These tanks at least appear somewhat mature, not as if someone just came in and planted everything a...
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    Just thought I'd post an update on my cycle. I'm...

    Just thought I'd post an update on my cycle. I'm astonished at how quickly the ammonia went down to 0.

    http://i58.tinypic.com/2zxnzx5.jpg

    I did include some mature substrate from a few other...
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    Fish on wheels

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbNmL6hSNKw

    I'd love to see how some of the more clever fish species would handle something like this.
  7. Thread: Sea Stars

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    very cool.

    very cool.
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    It had been a few days since I added any water,...

    It had been a few days since I added any water, and about a week since most of it was added. So no prime was added within the 24 hours prior to adding ammonia. Thanks for the advice bean_there. Since...
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    Well it the DrTom's does appear to work, but it...

    Well it the DrTom's does appear to work, but it also seems to require much much more than indicated on the label. The label says 1 drop per gallon should lead to roughly 2 ppm. This is what I got...
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    I got a nice amazon shipment in today, so I can...

    I got a nice amazon shipment in today, so I can get the cycle started in earnest. Included were: air check valves (better safe than sorry), AquaClear 20 foam, AquaClear 20 biomax, and DrTim's...
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    That is very similar to the design of a classic...

    That is very similar to the design of a classic sponge filter. However you would need some sort of uplift tube. By passing the bubbles from the air pump through a vertical tube, a current is created...
  12. Sorry for confusing your plants, the rotala looks...

    Sorry for confusing your plants, the rotala looks great! The hair nets sound like a great idea for riccia and probably moss as well. I guess I usually try to tie stuff down with fishing line and it...
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    I was thinking on similar lines if you can at...

    I was thinking on similar lines if you can at least hammer a spike down and then set some rebar in you could string up a chicken wire fence pretty easily. It wouldn't be 100% but it would be sort of...
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    I just thought I'd chime in to say that it...

    I just thought I'd chime in to say that it probably has a lot to do with individual setup. For a less established filter, or a less complicated filter without separate bio and sponge media, I think...
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    out of curiosity, for those who QT with a cycled...

    out of curiosity, for those who QT with a cycled filter, if you run into problems during QT what do you do with the filter before returning it to the main tank?

    Glad the acclimation went well...
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    I'm thinking of building the tank around a school...

    I'm thinking of building the tank around a school of celestial pearl danios.

    Plants will have to be pretty low light unless I upgrade, possibly to include the marineland hidden fixture or a DIY...
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    Awesome endlers!!

    Awesome endlers!!
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    I know this isn't at all helpful, but I'm just...

    I know this isn't at all helpful, but I'm just dying to respond: "with crossed fingers..."

    Man earthquakes are pretty freaky good luck...
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    I believe you simply need to click settings, then...

    I believe you simply need to click settings, then "edit avatar" on the left hand panel.
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    Sounds like a great idea. I usually start a...

    Sounds like a great idea. I usually start a siphon with an airline tubing and use that to 'spot vac,' grasping the airline with a pair of hemostats/needle drivers for really difficult to reach...
  21. Let me first say that you have a gorgeous tank!!...

    Let me first say that you have a gorgeous tank!! I really like your use of anarcharis, such an underrated plant! What kind of moss is growing on the rock? I'm also really impressed by your piece of...
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    13 gallon South Dakota tank

    I couldn't find the thread I made earlier, so I'll start one in the right place this time :shappy:

    My 5g RCS tank became a home to my Mom's hansom betta, Court Jester: ...
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    I'm thinking hatchets will have trouble with the...

    I'm thinking hatchets will have trouble with the glass on top design. Small schooling fish sound great though. It's definitely tricky to work with but a really cool design. I think you could get away...
  24. Thread: 36g Bowfront

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    I think running two filters is a great idea....

    I think running two filters is a great idea. Redundancy is great in case one fails! I have owned both the aqueon and aquaclear filters, and I think that the aqueon filters get an undeserved bad rep....
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    A community aquarium is just that, a community....

    A community aquarium is just that, a community. While one fish may be displaying unhealthy behaviors, this is often a symptom of imbalance within the community as a whole, rather than a single bad...
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