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    I know what you mean. My cichlids devour it but I...

    I know what you mean. My cichlids devour it but I always use a feed tray. The stuff left to float around just gets caught in the turbulence and clouds water.
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    God im glad that Spardas was around to give these...

    God im glad that Spardas was around to give these tips...
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    always try to keep 1m to 3-4f in a tank of...

    always try to keep 1m to 3-4f in a tank of africans unless you go all male and every male a different type of fish. You describe the electric blues, can you look up a scientific name for these? You...
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    This is a hybrid red zebra. Metriaclima estherae

    This is a hybrid red zebra. Metriaclima estherae
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    I finally got caught up at work enough to stop in...

    I finally got caught up at work enough to stop in lol. I miss everyone.
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    I never go TOO far :-)

    I never go TOO far :-)
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    Food for thought... my show african tank has...

    Food for thought... my show african tank has hornwart only and did for the longest... I just recently put a heater in there and I have full grown fish from fry.
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    Im always lurking sir. Just got slighted by a few...

    Im always lurking sir. Just got slighted by a few things and you are right, I have school + work going full force at me + cheerleading is now in full season so I take my niece everywhere with her...
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    sorry to hear about your recent troubles friend.

    sorry to hear about your recent troubles friend.
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    Cindy you are always testing your fishes...

    Cindy you are always testing your fishes resiliancy!
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    I would suggest you make sure to let the gel...

    I would suggest you make sure to let the gel thicken for at least 45min. I notice that it does get a bit stringy after a week or so but not affecting my water. I feed this to fry and 2in+ fish that...
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    No idea given the picture on the blue one. It...

    No idea given the picture on the blue one. It isnt an electric blue hap (Sciaenochromis fryeri). It looks a lot like this version of a peacock /...
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    JJ - heres what I say, pull the spawning cone,...

    JJ - heres what I say, pull the spawning cone, put it in a white 5gal bucket with an air stone or sponge filter and get some rapashy spawn and grow to hang in the bucket when they hatch...
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    Lol sorry hookster, that was my business model in...

    Lol sorry hookster, that was my business model in my head. I dont have a lfs lol.
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    I wouldnt say so because the stems are tough and...

    I wouldnt say so because the stems are tough and the heads are all kinds of puff that can get EVERYWHERE in the tank. That creates decomposing matter everywhere.
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    yeah two slices at most. A lot of people like to...

    yeah two slices at most. A lot of people like to nuke them in the microwave first to soften them.
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    Buy the box of bioballs from me, I will give you...

    Buy the box of bioballs from me, I will give you a box of seaded bio balls and replace my supply with the new ones. The upcharge on the bioballs alone would cover the ammonia and still have room for...
  18. Always QT, if not for the safety of the new fish,...

    Always QT, if not for the safety of the new fish, the safety of your tanks. I had my fish room almost entirely whiped out by 4 fish.
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    If I ran a local fish store I would make a vat of...

    If I ran a local fish store I would make a vat of filter media types for the filters I stocked and force a continuous fishless cycle. The custs who are starting new tanks can buy the new filter pads...
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    taken out.

    taken out.
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    But when you get the new media it isnt cycled......

    But when you get the new media it isnt cycled... are you saying to remove that in place of the other media? In that case you are practically starting over.

    Drinking straws work, so does terricotta...
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    The size is relative to the level of filter you...

    The size is relative to the level of filter you need.
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    I can relate. lol

    I can relate. lol
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    DIY sponge filter... get yourself a bottle of...

    DIY sponge filter... get yourself a bottle of water, clean it with hot water and remove all glue for the wrapper. cut about 20 knife slits in the bottom of it and a few on the lowest rung on the...
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    *cough*weakling*cough*

    *cough*weakling*cough*
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