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    I second rummynose tetras. They school better...

    I second rummynose tetras. They school better than any I know and I have several schools of various barbs and other tetras.
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    It's not sand but glass. Same grain size but...

    It's not sand but glass. Same grain size but shiny. I use Estes black sand in most of my tanks. I can find it cheaper locally here too. Dull black sand and just what I like. Some may prefer they...
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    Also useful for working with infusoria cultures. ...

    Also useful for working with infusoria cultures. Taking some from a mature jar to seed a new jar, adding a bit of tank water, etc
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    Sponge Filters per Air Pump Ports

    say 10 gal tanks and one size 2 or 3 hydro sponge filter per tank.

    If one had a Tetra Whisper (or whatever brand) air pump rated for 60 gals and it had two outputs could one split off the air line...
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    Plants, Light and LEDs

    Take, as an example, the Biube 9Gal nano system. It comes stock with a 10watt halogen. There is a day cycle upgrade kit with 3 LEDs (stock on the new Biube pure). $100 light kit if purchased on...
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    ummm. . .there are no bass in this scenario and...

    ummm. . .there are no bass in this scenario and the crappie are 12-24 months old and about the same size as the crayfish.

    Thanks for the MTS suggestion Jaysee - I had not considered using snails. ...
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    Crayfish and Cleanup Crew

    I'm working on a 55 gal tank with two or three young Black Crappie (year old) and a crayfish. The crappie will be released into my farm pond when 6-8" (about 2 yr old) and large enough to not be...
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    Large Sponge Filters

    I am looking at putting together a couple of 75Gal cichlid breeding tanks. Probably apistos or maybe the new electric blue rams. Perhaps a larger tank for peacocks as well.

    Large sponge filters...
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    Pygmy Cories and Mystery Snails

    My daughter's Mystery Snail is named Speedy cause it was always so fast and active. I added four pygmy cories and it plays dead a lot of the time now. I find it on the walls near the top in the...
  10. Thread: Granite

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    granite should be fine. It is very hard and...

    granite should be fine. It is very hard and gives up it's minerals to the water very, very slowly - so even if it did have minerals that were undersireable it should be fine.

    I say this from my...
  11. Greggz - which of the two is more active...

    Greggz - which of the two is more active (disruptive of others) in your opinion?

    The Denisonii cover all areas of the tank and, I think, the rainbows would be more likely to compete with the...
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    The black crappie were about 8-10 months old and...

    The black crappie were about 8-10 months old and 2" when I bought them last. They would be in a tank for twelve months and so grow to around 6", I'm guessing, before being released (they are 7-8" at...
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    Well, the crappies were kinda there to feed the...

    Well, the crappies were kinda there to feed the bass - not the adults, but their young. There are minnows in there - I add a few hundred each spring and still see some in the fall. Crayfish too.
    ...
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    Sweet Momma Jenkins!! THANK YOU for this thread....

    Sweet Momma Jenkins!! THANK YOU for this thread.

    I have a pond at my cabin - not large but 6' deep and about 30 yards in diameter. I have Koi, large mouth bass and white crappie in it.
    ...
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    The dwarf versions are much less aggressive than...

    The dwarf versions are much less aggressive than the regular 6" flavors I do believe.

    You can usually only find male dwarves though and they can be jerks to one another so start with one. They...
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    The betta in my community never ate anyone and I...

    The betta in my community never ate anyone and I had adolescent neons in there once.

    My daughter has a crowntail betta in a 12G with three glowfish, a pair of platies, four dwarf cories and a...
  17. So then your concerns are for the comfort of the...

    So then your concerns are for the comfort of the pearls and not the tetras so much?
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    Just avoid fin nippers as they will terrorize Mr....

    Just avoid fin nippers as they will terrorize Mr. Betta and make him ill.

    and avoid guppies (esp of like color) as he will probably terrorize them.

    Otherwise, I have always had great luck with...
  19. But great fish for *this* tank?

    But great fish for *this* tank?
  20. "How could you pass up the Puntius denisonii?" ...

    "How could you pass up the Puntius denisonii?"

    Well, I've been fighting the good fight all week now. I went there tonight hoping they were all sold. . .but they weren't. Left with only a single...
  21. The checkered barb school will be moving out and...

    The checkered barb school will be moving out and into the new angel tank. BTW, for anyone reading, I bought them cause they were peaceful and schooling barbs - but after they were here for a week...
  22. It is tall! Not 4' tall but. . .no way I can...

    It is tall! Not 4' tall but. . .no way I can reach the bottom. Since you ask, I will tell - I stole a nice, large wooden spoon from my wife and keep in on top of the hood and at hand. Other than...
  23. Rose line shark/torpedo barb VS Boesemani Rainbow

    Puntius denisonii (Rose line shark/torpedo barb/other names)

    I'm still fighting my itch to get four Rose Line Sharks before they are gone again until next Spring.

    110G tall (4'). Community...
  24. Puntius denisonii: Rose line shark/torpedo barb

    These gorgeous fish are peaceful community barbs which grow to around 4-5" in captivity from what I can tell (6" max).

    I have seen many people mentioning keeping them with smaller tetras (rummies,...
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    I ended up scooping as much of the foam as I...

    I ended up scooping as much of the foam as I could from the surface as all that could be doing was keeping out O2. I did not remove any water though and dosed a fourth time. Just need one more...
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