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05-20-2016, 06:40 PM
Thanks AmazonJoe! That's a nice set up!
No worries Shidohari, thanks for trying.
I'd ideally like a few more vids. Tanks with only one or two species in are preferable. Also I'm looking to see...
05-18-2016, 08:01 PM
Cheers! That 29G video is ideal.
05-18-2016, 02:15 PM
Thanks Boundava! As you say it's hard to see the fish in detail, but I should be able to get some data, particularly from the 75G.
05-17-2016, 01:23 PM
Thanks guys! Especially Brhino, that video is great!
I should be able to use any videos I get before the end of next week.
05-16-2016, 12:32 PM
It's been quite a while since I was last here at AC, but I was wondering if some of you lovely people could help me?
As part of my Veterinary degree I'm doing a very short research...
@HeatherB: I'm not sure my parents would approve of me driving heavy machinery all over the lawn.:hmm3grin2orange:
@crispy: There's also concrete all around the top so I can't make it any longer...
I would like to make it deeper, but there's that concrete base preventing me from digging.
I can't really remove the broken old liner either as it goes under the concrete. :banghead:
I have a feeling that many of the other oil companies are just as bad, if this hadn't happened because of bp then something similar would have happened anyway- caused by one of the others. Refusing...
There is a pond in my garden. Unfortunately it has never had water in while I have existed - and has been used as a compost heap for the last 20 or so years. I'm (hopefully) going to Uni in October...
^ an optimist I see...
Or as you say the albino ones are more visible, perhaps you just aren't finding the brown ones.
Obviously you need to do a big water change.
Have you done anything that might kill your cycle, such as forget to dechlorinate on your last water change?
06-22-2010, 09:33 AM
I think Nematodes are normally white.
I had a problem with them and have been treating with a med containing piperazine citrate, which seems to have got rid of the worms (though I'm still watching...
Ok I see, it sounded as if you meant that humans will continue to destroy the planet, but that we just need to keep it alive until we can spread elsewhere.
It's a matter of time scale-...
I'd just like to pick up on something said by tanks4thememories earlier.
I completely disagree with this. We are not the only lifeforms on this planet and surely the rest of nature also has a...
So the problem is the air stone and lines moving?
You could bury the lines under the substrate or put a rock on it or something to hold it in place?
To dress up as astronauts.
They really aren't suitable for fish.
The fish died.
Quite recently one of my platys became ill and then dissappeared.(The thread for that fish)
Now another is looking ill. She is looking very thin and the scales on her head are sticking...
What are your water parameters?
Have you read Cycling With Fish?
Actually if you are still cycling then don't clean the gravel either.
I'm afraid that will probably have killed some bacteria.
It sounds like you're still near the beginning of your cycle? In which case you probably just extended your cycle a bit, I suggest you...
That's fine, the bacteria will live in the sponge. Don't wash the sponge too much and always use dechlorinated water to wash it in because chlorine kills bacteria.
The useful bacteria are mostly in the filter so cleaning the gravel is fine.