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    They might indeed be (funny looking) mainganos....

    They might indeed be (funny looking) mainganos. apparently they have bred before so they cannot be all male.
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    Thanks a lot both of you. Whether they're...

    Thanks a lot both of you. Whether they're breeding or not- that's what I'm trying to verify right now. It might be that the breeding cichlids she described were a different lot.
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    I'd totally agree with you - my acquaintance said...

    I'd totally agree with you - my acquaintance said they were breeding though, and johanni females are yellow. That leaves me stumped.
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    African cichlid ID

    Can anyone ID these? I'm selling them on behalf of an acquaintance, but I don't know what they are. I'm sure they're really common but I'm equally terrible with african cichlids.

    I should add that...
  5. If you are referring to the stuff with lots of...

    If you are referring to the stuff with lots of holes in it, that stuff is rarely well-cleaned. I highly doubt that visible algae patches could appear after a day.
    The organic smell could be due to...
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    the two on the right are spathiphyllum. none of...

    the two on the right are spathiphyllum. none of the plants on the name tag are are aquatic. those you got would make easy houseplants though, or even emersed plants. I'm experimenting with
    growing a...
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    Hideous, insidious disease. After fighting it...

    Hideous, insidious disease. After fighting it myself I feel very sorry for anyone who has the misfortune to deal with it.

    1. Cleanliness is king. As much as possible without causing fish stress,...
  8. In a tank with voracious feeders such as guppies,...

    In a tank with voracious feeders such as guppies, you must really make sure passive feeders like cories get their share - especially if they're new and small cories.
    Dropping food in at night - an...
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    Given that these fish were likely raised...

    Given that these fish were likely raised outdoors, they likely could have been exposed to parasites that are otherwise uncommon in the aquarium hobby. I cannot identify
    the exact illness, but look...
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    They are predators in the sense that they eat...

    They are predators in the sense that they eat other animals. It's just that the animals they eat tend to be worms and other small critters buried in the substrate that cannot flee.
    I know what you...
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    Is this a saltwater tank? Planarians move...

    Is this a saltwater tank? Planarians move smoothly, think of a little slug. Copepods tend to be quite jerky in motion.
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    I've had some experience raising honey gouramis....

    I've had some experience raising honey gouramis. The newborn young are miniscule and feed on microscopic critters. IMO the best way to proceed is to set up a small 1-5 gallon tank with a sponge...
  13. Sad, yet strangely reassuring in a sobering...

    Sad, yet strangely reassuring in a sobering fashion that even the giant aquariums can still sometimes get hit by problems familiar to hobbyists.
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    Looks like a potamogeton, especially potamogeton...

    Looks like a potamogeton, especially potamogeton robbinsii.
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    Microworms. Sink to the bottom and live for a...

    Microworms. Sink to the bottom and live for a while. Supplemented with ground pellets once the fry get older.
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    Sorry but I can't really offer any advice on...

    Sorry but I can't really offer any advice on getting the pump to restart due to not knowing how it operates. However, any surface agitation (manual splashing, etc) will help increase the water's...
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    Not all antiparasite medications are the same....

    Not all antiparasite medications are the same. You'll Need to know what you're up against or else the treatment will likely be ineffective. For internal flatworms or nematodes, praziquantel really is...
  18. Regarding the shrimp, do you actually see damage...

    Regarding the shrimp, do you actually see damage or do the shrimp just crawl around picking at the cabomba? Shrimp eat algae and detritus. It is possible that the shrimp are only looking for algae or...
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    It's probably going to take several months before...

    It's probably going to take several months before significant detritus deposits accumulate. That being said, once your tank is fully stocked and established, it's generally a good idea to do a gravel...
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    Ah, it's been a while. What vibrant fish you have!

    Ah, it's been a while. What vibrant fish you have!
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    I've heard too that sometimes, the bacteria in a...

    I've heard too that sometimes, the bacteria in a bottle stuff contains bacterial strains that can grow for a short while, but ultimately don't survive long term in a tank. In the time that the...
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    Sucker mouth catfish tend to be reclusive and...

    Sucker mouth catfish tend to be reclusive and most would appreciate an appropriately sized hiding spot. That being said, mature adults of large species commonly spend all their time exposed...
  23. For small community sized fish, yes. I'm not sure...

    For small community sized fish, yes. I'm not sure what big fish keepers do, maybe someone will chime in. If a fish is still alive but too far gone, it will need to be euthanized. This is best...
  24. Young fish would certainly be more sensitive to...

    Young fish would certainly be more sensitive to any accumulation of chemicals than older ones. If I understand correctly you've just recently cycled a tank. New tanks tend to be most prone to random...
  25. I grow cryptocoryne emersed and immersed. In both...

    I grow cryptocoryne emersed and immersed. In both cases, the roots are in the same tank water. Some completely immersed crypts show the same problems as yours, but the emersed ones, which have free...
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