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  1. You may also consider Hemichromis lifalili...

    You may also consider Hemichromis lifalili
    those are my friend's fish, not as red as could be
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    Mastacembelus Armatus...

    Mastacembelus Armatus can grow huge and really loves to dig deep in the soil, if not too rocky. Just let them grow first ;)
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    Maybe sounds strange, but recently bettas killed...

    Maybe sounds strange, but recently bettas killed a quite large shrimp Macrobrachium a minute after molting in my friend's tank :sconfused:
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    I would do some additional testing of water like...

    I would do some additional testing of water like NH3, No2 and NO3 and hardness. I suppose dwarf prefers softer water just like other Gouramis.
  5. Thread: id please

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    first one is Ludwigia

    first one is Ludwigia
  6. Thread: planaria

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    Actually, it is an issue, especially for keepers...

    Actually, it is an issue, especially for keepers of inverterbates, including snails, shrimps, crayfish, etc.
    Succesfully eliminated them with help of Febtal (dewormer), the acting ingredient -...
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    It would be great if you could kindly keep us...

    It would be great if you could kindly keep us informed of your triops developments, very interesting.
  8. Thread: Fish ID help

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    could it be this one? ...

    could it be this one?

    http://photo.aquatropic.org/images/273.jpg
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    he mentioned "tones" as result of vacuuming, so I...

    he mentioned "tones" as result of vacuuming, so I conclude this could be tubifex, harmless worm.
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    I wouldn't subscribe to this point of view....

    I wouldn't subscribe to this point of view. Bettas naturally evolved to live in much harder environments than 50 ppm + aggressive redox, low oxygen, etc. 20-30 ppm is a dream for many fresh water...
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    Never kept Stewartii but once I quarantined 10...

    Never kept Stewartii but once I quarantined 10 Channa Argus for 5 days before sending them to buyer. They were 2'' (5 cm) long and they accepted live blood worms (after quarantine also). So I suppose...
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    Its a good question indeed after a sudden death...

    Its a good question indeed after a sudden death of 5 neon tetras in my tank overnight after turning on anti-mosquite device. Only tetras. No other mere reason I found - just one parameter was...
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    I wouldn't be so delighted until I know exactly...

    I wouldn't be so delighted until I know exactly the scientific name of the species. EBAY's " LIVE FRESHWATER CLAMS WATER FILTERS KOI POND aquarium fish tank feeders" is nothing specific. Besides, in...
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    This behavior can sometimes be observed with no...

    This behavior can sometimes be observed with no consequnces or sign of bad health (like too long sleeping or attemts to escape the tank). MS show quite diversified and sophisticated behaviour.
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    While I fully support madagascariensis's advice,...

    While I fully support madagascariensis's advice, especially concerning large clams, which require separate feeding and they dig substrate in such way that you would face a new landscape each morning...
  16. By the way, do you have any clue how did you get...

    By the way, do you have any clue how did you get them in your tank? What plants? The thing is that these creatures love cool sping waters. This one I pictured in the mountain river.
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    Well, lets pretend there is no shrimps there :)...

    Well, lets pretend there is no shrimps there :) Rams (Mikrogeophagus ramirezi) are the first applicants
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    Very inspiring :) Please share some more...

    Very inspiring :)
    Please share some more information like year-round temperature, food, husbandry, etc.
    Thanks
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    hi, this is Pangasius sutchi

    hi, this is Pangasius sutchi
  20. Well it seems like you are doing a right job...

    Well it seems like you are doing a right job there and all answers to your questions "Yes". However, 4.0 for ammonia after almost 1 month period might mean that you still have some traces of organic...
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    This is normal for swordtail to bring 2-3 broods...

    This is normal for swordtail to bring 2-3 broods from one insemination and obviously your hi-fin didn't impregnate a f. yet.
    I believe the time hasn't come yet for your worry. However, if such...
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    something is wrong with url above. click here to see the proper result
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    In a broader view, an isolation of some fish can...

    In a broader view, an isolation of some fish can cause stressed behaviour resulting in a faster ending... I know for sure that one of such fish is glass catfish Kryptopterus, and there should be more...
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    small vivarium could be an option

    small vivarium could be an option
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    Well I just wanted to add that such "behaviour"...

    Well I just wanted to add that such "behaviour" of your UGF is normal for any UGF system. Only RUGF can work long with no need of nasty cleanings since already filtered water goes through substrate.
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