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    never planned on it, it had babies, so now i have...

    never planned on it, it had babies, so now i have even more...should i be able to see through their shell slightly, if they are 5 days old? thanks for the advice
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    lol, of course, but for this happening, you need...

    lol, of course, but for this happening, you need to reverse your advice, the snail came from the mississippi, so they aren't invasive, but its still not smart to introduce aquarium species into...
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    Snail had laid eggs, but...

    Now that they've hatched, there all over the plants (not eating them tho) and ive been wondering if anyone could tell me where i can find a list of snails, in the mississipi, around northern...
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    ok ill keep this in mind

    ok ill keep this in mind
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    ohh, thanks, just fav'd this site... i might...

    ohh, thanks, just fav'd this site... i might consider this, thanks for the info:D
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    oh, sorry, but yeah, just wanted to make sure,...

    oh, sorry, but yeah, just wanted to make sure, would there be a problem with overcrowding if it was heavily planted?
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    Lighting for a densely planted 30 gal.

    hey people:) i've been wondering which kind of light to get...it's between t-5 and led's. i know that led's are better for energy and heat, but as far as plant growth? plants will be anubias, hc...
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    lol, sorry that was a bit confusing, i was asking...

    lol, sorry that was a bit confusing, i was asking if all can be kept together in a 30 gal, with a slightly longer, and wider footprint than a normal 30, and ok for the betta, but are dwarf gouramis...
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    yeah, i know the 6+ rule, could i balance this...

    yeah, i know the 6+ rule, could i balance this with lots of hiding (live plants and rocks, caves, etc.? anyway it looks like you know a bit about gouramis...from what i've seen, they cant be housed...
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    Top or Mid region Corydoras?

    I've been waitiing to get some kind of cory, however i was wondering if there are any species that enjoy swimming around the mid to top levels? i know they are bottom dwellers but...and does anyone...
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    ok, five min follow up, mom just surprised me by...

    ok, five min follow up, mom just surprised me by buying one, im going to get a wire hanger and try this out:D
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    ohhh wow i hadn't thought of that, thanks alot,...

    ohhh wow i hadn't thought of that, thanks alot, and about the batteries, yeah thats probably what it would go through, but im only doing this because the smallest systems are still so expensive, and...
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    thanks for the reply, but it would be alot less,...

    thanks for the reply, but it would be alot less, i already have thought it through, unless im only seeing the most expensive complete systems, the cost would be alot more than just one or even two of...
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    i've always used river snails (multiple species)...

    i've always used river snails (multiple species) and other 'cleanup members' for algae but no, never any direct sun except for the occasional ray, and some algae is necessary, even beneficial while...
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    bath salts, pretty much ghetto 'cocaine psychosis'

    bath salts, pretty much ghetto 'cocaine psychosis'
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    yes ill be growing plants, im a firm believer in...

    yes ill be growing plants, im a firm believer in low tech though, ive never had a co2 system, and i'll be growing aquatic plants, and a yard plant that i've had success growing underwater, but most...
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    led lighting by gas station purchase...

    so i dont think there'd be a general topic for this, but, I've recently noticed a box of 5 in. by 3 in. led flashlights ( flat on the led side, resembling a led light for aquariums, not an actual...
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    looks like a brown/yellow bullhead, they're all...

    looks like a brown/yellow bullhead, they're all over north america, but generally too large for average home aquaria
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