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    The diatoms will disappear on their own in a few...

    The diatoms will disappear on their own in a few weeks - probably about the same time or less it would take snails to do the job, if they would do the job.
  2. Thread: Improptu stand

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    Exactly what I've done. Just put the frozen half...

    Exactly what I've done. Just put the frozen half (or more) you're not using back Also, the blood worms are too large for the micro fish, but occasionally I'll take a cube and chop it up several...
  3. Thread: Gotcha!

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    They are really hard to find. I've asked my LFS...

    They are really hard to find. I've asked my LFS to see if they can get more but they haven't been on their lists as available to them for a while. I want to add some to my retirement 20 long tank but...
  4. Thread: Gotcha!

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    Naw, they're really tiny - smaller than habrosus....

    Naw, they're really tiny - smaller than habrosus. Compare to the RCS you can see just below them. One or two are a little larger than the others which I believe means I have a couple of females and...
  5. Thread: Improptu stand

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    I've bought some of mine at PetSmart and...

    I've bought some of mine at PetSmart and fortunately my LFS has a huge freezer full of lots of stuff. I usually buy there.
  6. Thread: Gotcha!

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    Finally figured out how to get my video up, which...

    Finally figured out how to get my video up, which is below.

    These are perfect for a shrimp tank. On this particular tank I'm using the stock light that came with it, but on my other Spec V, I did...
  7. Thread: Gotcha!

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    In this photo you can see the anubias and java...

    In this photo you can see the anubias and java fern on the driftwood. Getting some black spots on the java. Tried to upload a video I posted to youtube but I get "invalid file". Not sure what I'm...
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    This definitely looks like a little girl's tank. ...

    This definitely looks like a little girl's tank. Nice job putting this together.
  9. Thread: Gotcha!

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    Yes, they're all live plants that have done very...

    Yes, they're all live plants that have done very well in here - just Super Naturals Tahitian Moon Sand. I should have made it deeper, though, as the Wisteria on the left and what I think is...
  10. Thread: Gotcha!

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    Gotcha!

    It's rare to see my hastatus cories in my Spec V. They hide under the driftwood and I used to take it out during water changes just to make sure they were all still there. I've since discovered...
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    Not a cichlid person here (except for my one...

    Not a cichlid person here (except for my one angel) but letting them all grow up together just seems to make more sense to me. "Less aggressive" doesn't always mean peaceful, does it?
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    Just so, so tragic.

    Just so, so tragic.
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    I sent a report through on that post. There was...

    I sent a report through on that post. There was a different but similar one on another thread also
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    That's a good looking cory and I love when the...

    That's a good looking cory and I love when the whole group moves together. I've had cories do this for about a week when first introduced, then they seem to find the back of the tank and disperse...
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    I loved the pajama cardinal fish. But this one...

    I loved the pajama cardinal fish. But this one is cool, too - http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/prod_display.cfm?c=15+26+2672&pcatid=2672

    And I think it's funny that these are considered...
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    And here is the new Finnex 24/7 LED which ramps...

    And here is the new Finnex 24/7 LED which ramps up to different intensities throughout the day, then back down toward the evening. This is the light I really want to try, but I just don't need a new...
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    You might have been looking at the Current...

    You might have been looking at the Current Satellite + Pro, which has the timer and yes, is a little pricier. But the one without the timer still has all of the features that Slap talks about, along...
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    How long have you had the dwarf pencilfish? ...

    How long have you had the dwarf pencilfish? Except for the one you found today, have they done well for you? I'm waiting to see if my LFS gets them in tomorrow or Wednesday as they expect to. I...
  19. Can't tell for sure but it looks like you could...

    Can't tell for sure but it looks like you could split that one bunch of water sprite into two or three plantings.
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    I'd try to get rid of that - won't it start to...

    I'd try to get rid of that - won't it start to harm/kill the plant?
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    All of those angels is a beautiful sight. Was...

    All of those angels is a beautiful sight. Was the lone one on the left guarding the eggs? Hope they all continue to get along for you. Now that at least 2 have paired up, have you thought about...
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    Might be worth trying to move them (although I...

    Might be worth trying to move them (although I hate moving fish - never know if it's better or worse for them). Do you know the sex of the ones that are left? Females are larger than males.
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    I agree. The amano should not eat live plants,...

    I agree. The amano should not eat live plants, maybe only dead plant matter.
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    Just squish him!!

    Just squish him!!
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    Brown algae is most likely diatoms. Since this...

    Brown algae is most likely diatoms. Since this tank has only been running a few months, that's a common event and often it's caused by silicates in the substrate, occasionally by silicates in tap...
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