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    The tank has been running since last September. ...

    The tank has been running since last September. Currently there are (3) syndo cats, (2) red tail botias, (1) pleco, and (15) assorted Mbuna. This is within a 55 gallon tank.
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    Seachem Malawai Buffer / Salt Additives

    I just recently added these (2) products to my 55 gallon tank for the first time, and it has raised my pH and hardness to desired levels. Problem is my water was somewhat cloudy before and is very...
  3. Thread: Hiding oscar

    by BigFutch
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    Is this the only fish in the aquarium and is this...

    Is this the only fish in the aquarium and is this the only piece of "structure" in the tank?
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    You could also try using various types of catfish...

    You could also try using various types of catfish as bottom feeders. Depending on the size of the tank and the fish currently in the tank a group of cory cats may or may not work. This method has...
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    Depending on how well cycled your tank is, you...

    Depending on how well cycled your tank is, you can add to your population density by adding 4 more fish. Also provide lots of cover and hiding places with rocks and other aquarium decorations. If...
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    Only clean filter parts with cold water and...

    Only clean filter parts with cold water and frequency is somewhat as needed. Cold water won't remove as much of the beneficial bacteria that's collected on the filter parts in comparison to hot...
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    Fine by me, as long as it's in it's own area. ...

    Fine by me, as long as it's in it's own area. Being an avid fisherman and aquarium hobbyist it may be cool to have both on the same site, but since fishing can be regional / local, I'm not sure how...
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    Here's a blurb from another website, who's...

    Here's a blurb from another website, who's information is quite trustworthy:

    http://www.drsfostersmith.com/pic/article.cfm?acatid=415&aid=857

    Give this a try!!

    Reggie
  9. Thread: Ick

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    RE: your bacteria start up question, I've used...

    RE: your bacteria start up question, I've used Cycle and Bio-Spira by Marineland. If you can find it, as it is only sold refrigerated by select local fish stores, Bio-Spira is the bacteria of...
  10. Thread: Ick

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    Feeding them once a day will definitely limit...

    Feeding them once a day will definitely limit their growth, as Oscars grow fast! Your filtration should be sufficient, especially if the 200's are on opposite ends of the tank. As long as you are...
  11. Thread: Ick

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    I don't really feel as though there is a good...

    I don't really feel as though there is a good rule of thumb for Oscars. Oscars are typically messy eaters, who eat a lot and produce a lot of waste. So depending on your filtration methods and...
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    Sandstone As An Aquarium Decoration?

    I'm currently setting up a 25 gallon African Cichlid tank for my work office. I've been unable to find any slate for rock decorations and have come across severla pieces of sandstone. I've read on...
  13. Thread: Ick

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    Go ahead and raise your water temperature to...

    Go ahead and raise your water temperature to about 84 degrees F and add some aquarium salt (1 TBS / 5 gallons water) and turn the lights off inyour tank. Over time your fish should stop scratcing...
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    Re: Breeding?!?? pls... help!

    A lot of male African Cichlids of the Mbuna variety have have "egg spots" on their anal fins that they use to "entice" their potential female mates. I found this to be true with all of the...
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    Re: Availability of Central / South Americans

    Rick, you can also check out the website for the Chicago Cichlid Association. They have all sorts of links of the local variety that may interest you.

    http://www.gcca.net/

    Reggie

    :D
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    1st Tank

    "My" first tank was actually an open 10 gallon that was purchased for my son as a Christmas present 4 years ago. After a lot of conversations with neighbors and co-workers who had tanks, I ended up...
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    Thanks for your response. I'll work toward a new...

    Thanks for your response. I'll work toward a new brackish tank. Since, my G. Tile is about 15" long, what are good takemates and I assume I slowly increase the salinity with the new fish along w/...
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    Gymnothorax Tile Compatibility?'s

    :D

    I just purchased a G. Tile, and have read William's article on keeping freshwater eels. This informative article indicates that I need to house G. Tile in a brackish, not freshwater...
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