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    Best foods for Brichardi

    I have setup a 20G long tank for 6 juveniles and am looking for feeding options.

    I have the following

    1. Tetrabits
    2. Hikari gold
    3. Hikari bio gold+
    4. frozen blood worms
    5. Wardley...
  2. Nick Fish thats one amazing aquascape.

    Nick Fish thats one amazing aquascape.
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    Dwarf java fern?

    I was sold a variety of java fern that stays small. I was told that it is called a dwarf java fern. I have been growing this for about 2 months now and yes it stays small, tallest leaves are less...
  4. Thread: Major Tragedy

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    very sorry to hear this. hope you come out of...

    very sorry to hear this. hope you come out of your loss soon.
  5. Thread: Low tech nano

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    IMO shrimp do best in darker colored substrate,...

    IMO shrimp do best in darker colored substrate, esp the RCS they try have a darker (red) coloration so as to blend with the substrate color. So I have decided to go for a dark substrate.
    After some...
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    did you check the expiry date on the label. was...

    did you check the expiry date on the label.
    was the pack sealed when you purchased the same?
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    yes its normal. try catching them and you will...

    yes its normal. try catching them and you will see that all the stripes are gone.
  8. Thread: Low tech nano

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    substrate seems to be the call and let me add...

    substrate seems to be the call and let me add some substrate and take some shots. Any suggestions on what color of substrate would be better. I have some white sand with me.
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    Nice RCS you have in there.

    Nice RCS you have in there.
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    I agree in 29 G its either a pair of Rams or...

    I agree in 29 G its either a pair of Rams or Kribs. Not both.
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    Updates -...

    Updates - http://aquabang.blogspot.com/2009/02/low-tech-planted-nano-updates.html

    Mosses are growing well. Java fern is slowly picking up and the anubias are doing ok... I see new leaves forming. ...
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    Lacks a scape, but have a nice jungly look. I...

    Lacks a scape, but have a nice jungly look. I donot think it is overstocked.
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    dose once in 2 days till the tank sets in, also...

    dose once in 2 days till the tank sets in, also medium light for not more than 8 hours a day. once set you can increase the two gradually.
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    what size tank are they in?

    what size tank are they in?
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    all fishes (tank bred) can take on a few...

    all fishes (tank bred) can take on a few temperatures outside of their recommended ranges with ease. Just need to make sure that the changes are not too sudden and not too steep.

    At higher...
  16. Thread: Low tech nano

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    thanks nick for the suggestion. I do plan to add...

    thanks nick for the suggestion. I do plan to add RCS. its a low light setup and my call was that macros and micros will come in from the water changes. Let me try for another month, if things do not...
  17. Thread: Low tech nano

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    thanks for the comments guys. the tank will...

    thanks for the comments guys.
    the tank will house RCS in the coming days. Substrate I did not plant because it will be easy for the water changes and because I do not have any plant that needs a...
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    Low tech nano

    Started a low tech nano with rocks and driftwood.

    18''x9''x9'' tank with custom made hood.
    11 watt cfl lighting
    nano filter 150Lph internal filter for circulation.
    no co2
    no dosing
    50% water...
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    excellent layout. I like the natural look of your...

    excellent layout. I like the natural look of your tank.
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    excellent pics, thanks for sharing

    excellent pics, thanks for sharing
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    hi Umesh, welcome to AC.

    hi Umesh, welcome to AC.
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    Kicking it would break the legs! Its a sturdy old...

    Kicking it would break the legs! Its a sturdy old tank but its not mine.
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    never seen such a beautifully colored krib. kudos!

    never seen such a beautifully colored krib. kudos!
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    check this thread -...

    check this thread - http://indianaquariumhobbyist.com/community/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=10534

    Deep rooted plants covered by boulders and got breeding oscars in it.
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    cardinals are more sturdier than neons and shoal...

    cardinals are more sturdier than neons and shoal better too. But cost being a major factor. Here cardinal is atleast a $ or 2 more than what you pay for a neon.
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