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Nerites are tough to breed in any type of enviroment they require a planktonic stage and that is very difficult to provice in a home aquairum.
01-23-2010, 04:15 PM
Agree I think I have lost 3lbs just typing...:hmm3grin2orange:
01-23-2010, 08:06 AM
That is the only way it can go.....
01-23-2010, 05:45 AM
If you think that law has slowed it down you are fooling yourself.
The good news is that there is one more stupid person removed from the gene pool when they go off the road and kill...
Another thing to keep in mind is that the plants themselves are asorbing some of that ammonia so it may not have time to change into nitrite or there is not enough left for a good colony of bacteria...
01-22-2010, 05:06 PM
Why should it be the government's responsibility at all?
And no most of the people of this country aren't good with it. They have just gotten tired of being called names and told how horrible they...
01-22-2010, 07:26 AM
I remember when you left PE in my day you were sweating and had welts if it was dodge ball day...... I lived for dodge ball day....:hmm3grin2orange:
Now days the worst they may have is a little...
01-22-2010, 12:55 AM
We will address the forcing of ideas in a minute but first.....
If I want a Super sized fry and I'm willing to pay for it then I should have that option. You don't know me maybe I'm capable of...
01-21-2010, 09:46 PM
You are still forcing people to fit your ideals.
Read this again and think about it is this how you want to live....
"Therefore, we must control men in order to force them to be free."
Nerites are also a good bet and they are great alage eaters to boot.
My head hurts from laughing so hard.....
01-20-2010, 07:11 PM
This reminds me of a statement from a book by Ayn Rand (Atlas Shrugged) that was written in 1957 that applies more today than ever. They are talking about the Equalization of Opportunity Bill which...
Before answering all your questions I need to know a few things.
What kind of crayfish?
What are your exact readings all green doesn't really help?
How long have you had him/her?
01-18-2010, 07:09 PM
The trend today is over filtration and is done for a lot of different reasons. An example of that is putting 2 AC110s on a 55.
The drawback with over filtration is the fact that the water...
Sure any of those work fine....
Could have a bad solution I have had that happen before, also don't shake it with your finger over the hole use the cap that can give you a really weird reading too.
It is not uncommon for the tank water to be different than the tap. Mine is 7.8 out of the tap and drops to 6.5 in one tank and as high as 8.4 in another. Without knowing more about the tank itself...
They are more than likely Bladder snail eggs...
Look like this?
01-16-2010, 07:16 PM
Looking at your stock list and what you want to have I have to say no...
The barbs will eat the babes and torment the adults this I know from trying. Rams and the others will eat any shrimp that...
01-16-2010, 07:09 PM
Seems like you answered your own question.....thumbs2:
Glad I could help.
01-16-2010, 06:23 PM
82 is a little warm but most fish can survive at that temp, but it does cause a few concerns.
#1 Their metabolism is sped up in turn reducing the lifespan sometimes up to 1/2.
#2 The increase in...
I will give you 75% odds that you will not be able to use the tank for inverts again. That is why I did not state it as a forever statement as Dave did because I have salvaged a few after copper med...
Sadly to say you may never be able to return them to the tank. Most Ich meds are copper based and that will get into the silicone and leech out over time making the tank no good for inverts. You will...
That is a CPO (Cambarellus patzcuarensis "Orange") or commonly called a Dwarf Orange Crayfish. 1.5" is the largest one I have seen so would not be good eating since they are so small.
Those are Acute Bladder snails. Physella acuta commonly called Tadpole, Bladder, and mistakenly called ponds.
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