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  1. In a tank (or vase, more accurately) that small...

    In a tank (or vase, more accurately) that small and with no filtration, I would be doing water changes at least a couple of times a week, or even every other day. If the plant isn't healthy, it...
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    As already stated, most snails (such as pond,...

    As already stated, most snails (such as pond, ramshorn, trumpet) will do no harm to fish or plants. I actually like having snails in my tanks, and they don't overpopulate unless there is an...
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    Hi William, I don't know if I can get a better...

    Hi William,
    I don't know if I can get a better picture or not, but I will try tonight. My camera is a cheap one and I'm not a good photographer either. If you would like to use this picture (or...
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    Something else I have come to realize about these...

    Something else I have come to realize about these fish - they will eat until they almost explode (they really do get fat very quickly), and then fast for a few days. Of course it also seems to depend...
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    Any Halfbeak Keepers?

    Celebes Halfbeaks are another less-common species that I have fallen in love with. I started with a group of 6 juveniles, and lost 4 to internal parasites (camallanus, I believe). Primarily...
  6. Thread: Angry serpae?

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    It's common with schooling fish.......they will...

    It's common with schooling fish.......they will work out a pecking order amongst themselves, and often there will be one dominant fish that puts the others in their place now and then. It shouldn't...
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    Yes, I find Honey gouramis to be a very...

    Yes, I find Honey gouramis to be a very undemanding and peaceful species. A pair would be a nice addition to your setup if they appeal to you.
  8. Thread: cichlidfinder

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    Whoops, I meant to direct that to...

    Whoops, I meant to direct that to cichlidfinder.......but thanks, I plan to stick around for a while :)
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    One good thing for any new aquarist to study and...

    One good thing for any new aquarist to study and gain an understanding of is the nitrogen cycle. When I was new to the hobby, there wasn't much information on this and how it relates to keeping fish...
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    I think it all began when I kept crayfish in...

    I think it all began when I kept crayfish in large bins outdoors during the summer as a kid. Then seeing fish in the stores while visiting pet shops piqued my interest more. My first "aquarium" was...
  11. Thread: Paradise Fish

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    Paradise fish can be quite agressive. I remember...

    Paradise fish can be quite agressive. I remember having them years ago, and the only fish that worked well with them were tiger barbs and a pleco. I got them originally as a community fish, and they...
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    Not many people seem to keep them, I guess they...

    Not many people seem to keep them, I guess they are a bit rare. I like them for their uniqueness. They may not be as active as say....cories, but they are quite interesting nonetheless.
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    Interesting, I always thought dwarf puffers and...

    Interesting, I always thought dwarf puffers and "pea puffers" were different species. I've been considering setting up a ten gallon for dwarf puffers. Maybe I will at some point - right now I have...
  14. Thread: How much CO2

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    I am about to set up a DIY reactor for my tank....

    I am about to set up a DIY reactor for my tank. From what I understand, it's hard to overdose CO2 with DIY setups unless the tank is very small. For pressurized systems, you can hook it up to a timer...
  15. Thread: cichlidfinder

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    Hi William. Hope you stick around and post a bit!

    Hi William. Hope you stick around and post a bit!
  16. Thread: Tetras

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    Some species are very picky about water...

    Some species are very picky about water conditions, and others are more hardy. I only have experience with neons (when I was a kid) and gold tetras. I had no trouble keeping neons as a kid, but it is...
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    You could add a pair of dwarf or honey gouramis,...

    You could add a pair of dwarf or honey gouramis, some small catfish (most corydoras would work), dwarf cichlids, etc. Do some researching and find what you'd like best. The options are indeed almost...
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    Does anyone else keep Tatias?

    I have 4 of these little cats, and I love them. Mine are Tatia Perugiae (honeycombs).Each one has it's own little cave, and they only come out at feeding time and during the night. When they do come...
  19. Thread: Just Signed Up

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    Just Signed Up

    Hi everyone!

    I currently have 2 planted tanks, a 29 gal. and a 40 gal. BR. I also have two empty ten gallons. I recently moved, and used the 10 gals as temporary homes while I set the bigger tanks...
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    Oops again - forgot to log in!

    Oops again - forgot to log in!
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    Any experiences with L./A. curviceps?

    Just wondering about other's experiences with this fish in a community setup. I picked up a (supposed) pair tonight and they seemed to adjust to my 40 gal. tank very quickly. They are currently...
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