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  1. I have black neons, and while they have never...

    I have black neons, and while they have never really been "awesome schoolers" for me (they tend to mostly do their own thing, and only school occasionally", they are probably the hardiest tetras you...
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    Do you mean you would add a third filter (another...

    Do you mean you would add a third filter (another aquaclear), or that you would be replacing the canister with another aquaclear?

    There are two main limiting factors to filtration - the physical...
  3. Thread: Add a fish?

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    To be honest, while it might work in theory...

    To be honest, while it might work in theory bioload-wise, I wouldn't do it. Three spot gouramis tend to get pretty grumply, especially in somehwat cramped quarters, and can be pretty persistant when...
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    I agee about not bleaching porous stuff like...

    I agee about not bleaching porous stuff like ceramic rings. On the other hand, being ceramic, there is nothing stopping you from boiling that stuff to disinfect it instead of throwing it out.
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    I'm not an expert (never done a background...

    I'm not an expert (never done a background myself), but I am wondering about two things...

    - is there anything in styrofoam that can leach into the water and harm the fish? Most of the sources...
  6. if I had to clean up this tank, I would probably...

    if I had to clean up this tank, I would probably go for gravel vacs every day removing 10% of water and replacing it with fresh, for at least a week, before undertaking the major cleaning/filter...
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    I would go with the hard tap water over the...

    I would go with the hard tap water over the rainwater (but then, I would worry way too much about possible airbourne pollution getting in the rainwater) - for most critters and plants, stability is...
  8. I'm very much in favour of lids on aquariums. I...

    I'm very much in favour of lids on aquariums. I think the only reason not to have the lid on would be if you had "marginal" plants that are growing out of the water - I see pilctures of amaising...
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    Google tells me that rainbow sharks come in a...

    Google tells me that rainbow sharks come in a "blue white fin" coloration - could these be your fish?
  10. The dwarf chain loaches are great little fish,...

    The dwarf chain loaches are great little fish, but you already have lots of fish that are bottom-dwellrs... it might work ok if you move the 6 corys, remember that you need at least 5 of the loaches...
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    Emerald Eye Rasboras. they are fairly drab,...

    Emerald Eye Rasboras. they are fairly drab, especially in the shop tanks.. But they look amasing under a good light in a planted tank with their shiny blue-green eye patches, and they are amasing...
  12. I usually feed once a day, in the evening, and...

    I usually feed once a day, in the evening, and normally feed some type of floating/slower sinking fine food and a sinking pellet type, alternating the sinking stuff between algae and protein based...
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    All those species would, in theory, coexist just...

    All those species would, in theory, coexist just fine with a betta. But there is no guarantee that the particular betta you end up getting will know that :)
    I've kept bettas successfully in the past...
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    Another option, if you are interested in a...

    Another option, if you are interested in a smaller school of slightly larger fish, would be tiger barbs. They pretty much need to be kept in a species tank due to aggression, but you can probably get...
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    If you are after energy, you could get a few...

    If you are after energy, you could get a few guppies (which, if you get both males and females, would quickly become very many guppies) they are not really schoolers though - I recently got given a...
  16. Here are a couple of things I always consider...

    Here are a couple of things I always consider when getting a second hand tank:

    Glass chips - I would not buy a tank that has any chips in the glass below the waterline, and some people recomend...
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    As you say, there are a lot of variables, but...

    As you say, there are a lot of variables, but here is my take on this.

    You probably lost some of your bacteria during/after the move - not enough for you to detect initially, but enough for it to...
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    Are you 100% certain that it's evaporation and...

    Are you 100% certain that it's evaporation and not a slow leak?

    Is there a lid on the tank? Are there gaps in the lid that can be sealed up?

    Also, a good heater should not heat the water hotter...
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    It could be your female bettas that harrassed the...

    It could be your female bettas that harrassed the pearl to death - they can get pretty nasty with other labyrynth fishes - that was my first thought when I saw the stock list.
    As for the gold and...
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    Celestial pearl danios (aka galaxy rasbora) -...

    Celestial pearl danios (aka galaxy rasbora) - breed just as easy as zebra danios, and do great in smaller tanks, though you would definitely have to separate the adults from the eggs.
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    It is called "tiger lotus" in the aquarium trade,...

    It is called "tiger lotus" in the aquarium trade, and is a tropical water lily. In certain times of year it will grow longer stems with lily pads and might even flower.
  22. The NLS website isn't the best, they don't seem...

    The NLS website isn't the best, they don't seem to be listing all of their foods on there... they definitely do flakes, but they only come in 2 varieties: freshwater and saltwater..
  23. I feed the new life spectrum freshwater flakes to...

    I feed the new life spectrum freshwater flakes to my tropicals (as well as their pellets), and the flake food seems pretty high quality, but I suspect might be too high protein for goldfish..
    But I...
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    Filters look to be SunSun - a chinese brand, and...

    Filters look to be SunSun - a chinese brand, and very cheap - but don't let that scare you. I have one and it works great.

    Undergravel filter will not work with sand, but you can still use the...
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    Your tetras are in a scary new place, without the...

    Your tetras are in a scary new place, without the support of a school, and I would dare guess in an uncycled tank - they will be incredibly stressed, causing them to behave in a way they would not...
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