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06-19-2013, 09:09 PM
Valid points you two!
Thanks for that.
something happened to my vals while I was on vaca, so i've been brainstorming random things that may have been the cause to see if it was on my end or...
Knowing where you are located would be beneficial
if you near their area of being 'natural' then go find a pond and search for them.
if you are 9000miles away from that, then we'll have to...
what size tank is this?
what filtration do you have?
what heater do you have?
06-19-2013, 04:08 AM
Just thinking today while checking out my tank.
Do you think the substrate plays a difference in how fast root tabs dissolve in our planted tanks?
I'd be inclined to think that pea sized gravel...
nothing worse than one game seeing them .5sec faster, and the next .75sec late....stupidest thing i've ever experienced.
its 49.99/yr for the ps plus.
yea, that's the new downside to the playstation, but w/ ps+ you get free games, cheaper add on's. etc. it'll be a welcome change w/ the community to emulate how...
think of it as a free humidifier for your room.
glad you are doing better. few questions to help us help you:
other fish in tank?
water parameters? (specific #'s please)
anything you can get from what...
up your neons...
and your tank is too small for anything 'bigger and stronger' than a ram. getting a fish that fits that description would cause you more problems as it would beat up your ram and...
you can't add another ram to your set up.
so you have to fix what you have-remove the platy or remove the ram.
Haha, TD I was just about to say that. I can't find any shrimp in my tank now...
so i doubt my fish went hungry with their shrimp and plant snacking. :11:
couldn't agree more.
I just came back from being gone for 7 days.
I did a 70% water change before, and they went without food for 7 days.
Everything was fine-except they ate some of my plants...
had to pop that into google and see some pics early on!
Super stoked to see those in your tank. Congrats on the cool purchase
06-03-2013, 03:31 PM
What are your test methods?
Generally a nitrite reading of 0 means an uncycled tank.
any other fish in the tank?
there is no set equation for fish keeping.
the reason why inch per gallon is wrong is that you can't fit a 10inch fish in a 10gallon tank...it wouldn't be able to wiggle, or turn around.
Great suggestions. Sorry I started the gas vs charcoal discussion. lol
ALWAYS a hot topic, no pun intended.
I like KF's Advice.
you can't beat the quick easy cooking action of a gas.
Are you set on a gas grill?
My mom is getting that Weber 3 series from Home Depot as well.
But I have a weber charcoal grill.
it's a beast, way cheaper....just means you have to have some...
Yes, you are overstocked by about 300%....
Please don't listen to your pet store anymore. :)
They want you to have 66 fish so they can earn money on all the fish you buy...
The link given...
I've attached them all to their respected rock so the roots can grow on it.
but +1 to considering to upgrade your lighting OP, I don't think 30watts will do you you anything
what about playing with your current filtration set up to try and get a more desired current?
too strong of a current at the bottom, means the food won't be able to settle for your bottom dwellers...
how does it "stress the fish out?"
I have an LED fixture, and my fish are beyond happy with it.
05-28-2013, 07:52 PM
so the thing with those tanks is that they are very deep.
so it's both an illusion and they really are deep tanks. lol
sand will eventually settle at the bottom of the gravel substrate you are...
Thanks Hardy, i'm in the same boat there, just going with the flow to see what happens.
But no worries on the hijack.
Slap Happy-no need to QT plants or anything, I just rinse them off really...
05-28-2013, 02:56 PM
depth is created by visual lines that make the tank look deep.
I think your gradient on the back to front slope of the tank is way to drastic-having that deep of substrate can cause problems when...
IF you are able, hanging it will nearly eliminate all sound because there is nothing to vibrate against.
my air pump is the tetra whisper pump. it's does it's job-no complaints