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    Sticky: Sometimes its obvious, other times not so...

    Sometimes its obvious, other times not so obvious. The owner of the store will know if the fish he purchased were dyed.
    As mentioned, dyed fish don't live very long as the dying process of...
  2. I am unsure, but I think if you are going nano...

    I am unsure, but I think if you are going nano there are a lots of rimless glass tanks you can use. Seapora has a nice selection of tanks that are glass and rimless.

    My vote would be glass.
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    Thats a great grouping. The albino corys...

    Thats a great grouping. The albino corys (aenues) are very hardy and active, try for at least 10 if you can and they will be more confident and active in the tank. I had a group of them in my old...
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    Thanks Kevin! Sis warned me 2+ years ago that I...

    Thanks Kevin! Sis warned me 2+ years ago that I shouldn't jump back into goldfish. She remembers me having them when we were both much younger and how many problems I had with their swim bladders...
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    That will depend on the tank parameters. I would...

    That will depend on the tank parameters. I would also be concerned that the Severum may snack on them and the other smaller fished in the tank.
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    Do you mean 73 F? Bristlenose do fine in...

    Do you mean 73 F?

    Bristlenose do fine in warmer waters, even lower 80s.

    Ground dwelling fish could be a group of corys. They are social so should be in a group of at least 8. The reason the...
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    Single angel's are fine. I have one that was...

    Single angel's are fine. I have one that was fighting with the other angels so she is now the only angel in my 125.
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    Agree, DIY is fun and the more you do the more...

    Agree, DIY is fun and the more you do the more you feel you can do. :thumbup:
    Helps that it saves some $$ too and you can build it your way.
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    Thank you, its tough to see them go after 2...

    Thank you, its tough to see them go after 2 years, but I would want to add to the two and my adding has been just ending in death. Goldfish don't seem to be as hardy as I remeber.

    On another...
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    Great job with the sump and love your breakdown. ...

    Great job with the sump and love your breakdown. It always seems intimidating, but I am one of those who thinks an idea through to the end then worries over my process to the point I just start over...
  11. I think if one uses live rock then you don't need...

    I think if one uses live rock then you don't need a cycle. However like Slap, I have never done a SW tank.

    Oh never mind, you do need to cycle with live rock too.
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    I always rinse off the driftwood before I put it...

    I always rinse off the driftwood before I put it in the tank, same with rocks. By the way are these store bought, or self supply i.e. from forest/creek? if the latter you will want to boil the DW...
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    Welcome to AC! Nice to meet anther Illinois-ian,...

    Welcome to AC! Nice to meet anther Illinois-ian, lol. Excited to see your process and set up for the marine tank. Not sure what your thinking fish wise, but there is a nice fish store in Deerfield...
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    Agree, it looks good. Just a word of caution...

    Agree, it looks good. Just a word of caution with spider wood, that stuff grows bacteria like nothing I have ever seen. Within a week it will be encased in a gel-goop, even when I boil them it...
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    See...that's ingenious! :thumbup:

    See...that's ingenious! :thumbup:
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    Its tough with sand, and if I remeber your...

    Its tough with sand, and if I remeber your dealing with a 125 right? You can use a smaller siphon like the gravity Pythons and just over over the sand.
    In my 125 which has a bit of lants and...
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    Well, I lost another goldfish. Goodbye Blu...

    Well, I lost another goldfish. Goodbye Blu :whiteflying:. I have my 2 originals left; Roxie and Butterscotch but my heart just isn't into goldfish anymore. So I have a friend who will take them...
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    Phone pics may have to be edited for size, I know...

    Phone pics may have to be edited for size, I know mine are always too big; BTW I use Paint and use the resize option to make it 2000 pixels (first/top selection). Also looking forward to pics, good...
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    I will add that in addition to the probably high...

    I will add that in addition to the probably high levels of ammonia (which is the only reason there are streaking in his fins) the pleco probably was sucking on the goldfish's body slime and that is...
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    Most don't use charcoal (wooden or otherwise)...

    Most don't use charcoal (wooden or otherwise) unless removing medications. Its not needed in regular filtration and with many other ways to aquascape, I don't see a reason to risk it.
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    ^^Ditto, they are very good. I have also bought...

    ^^Ditto, they are very good. I have also bought plants from Dustin's before https://dustinsfishtanks.com/ and buce plant; https://buceplant.com/, though they tend to throw the plants in the bag and...
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    Thank you.

    Thank you.
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    Thanks Matt, it's tough loss. :scry:

    Thanks Matt, it's tough loss. :scry:
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    RIP my poor Ziggy. He didn't make it, the wound...

    RIP my poor Ziggy. He didn't make it, the wound was just too deep.
  25. The Wet Spot has new flat rate shipping!!!!

    So Sis found out from a person on her forum that works at TWS that they have rearranged their online sales and made a flat rate shipping overnight for $39.99.

    Awesome for us since we would be...
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