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  1. Awesome, thanks.

    Awesome, thanks.
  2. I'm going to go for a little bit of both...

    I'm going to go for a little bit of both approaches. I'd love to do water changes super frequently, but realistically the time just isn't there. What's the normal amount of baking soda one uses in...
  3. 30%, realistically every ten days. Thing is,...

    30%, realistically every ten days. Thing is, this used to crop up when it was 30-40% every week like clockwork too.
  4. The huge difference between the two hardness...

    The huge difference between the two hardness values was a shocker to me too, especially as it's coming out of the tap that way. I have three fairly big pieces of driftwood in the tank, but at the...
  5. Okay, having tested the water that's sat out for...

    Okay, having tested the water that's sat out for a good 14 hours, it's not the tap water. pH remained around 7.4-7.6 and while the hardness varied a little bit from the original tap water, it seems...
  6. Great minds think alike, I did exactly that this...

    Great minds think alike, I did exactly that this morning before I left to go to work.
  7. When did play sand become an issue? For the...

    When did play sand become an issue? For the longest time it seemed like the universal inexpensive-but-workable substrate solution.
  8. Oh sure, but I can use the python to drain the...

    Oh sure, but I can use the python to drain the tank and fill the buckets. It's annoying, but what are you going to do.
  9. Oof that would be annoying, although I guess with...

    Oof that would be annoying, although I guess with the Python it still wouldn't be so bad. I'll try that tomorrow. If anyone else has any suggestions in the mean time, please, throw 'em my way.
    ...
  10. Strange water chemistry transition from tap to tank

    Hey all, it's been quite a while since I had a chance to post-life has been very busy-but I snagged a few minutes specifically to try and figure out this problem that's been bugging me for literally...
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    If you're willing to take the drive out to Long...

    If you're willing to take the drive out to Long Island, Aquahut in Coram in Suffolk is pretty much top dog. There are a TON of aquarium stores in the general area, and they all do different things...
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    Great guys, thanks. I just got a new batch of...

    Great guys, thanks. I just got a new batch of cory fry, that hatched within the day of the Kribs, so I guess they'll have a little grow-off. :hmm3grin2orange:

    I was planning on keeping the kids...
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    I have a large mix of Harlequin Rasboras, Cherry...

    I have a large mix of Harlequin Rasboras, Cherry Barbs, and Cardinal Tetras that are the predominant 'color' of my tank, they pretty much flit between the middle and upper layers of the water.

    I...
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    The inch rule won't apply to the fact that those...

    The inch rule won't apply to the fact that those fish often don't get along, and moreover, that lonely bronze cory really actually should be in a school. All corydoras should.
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    The Care and Feeding of Young Kribs

    I've wanted to keep a pair of dwarf cichlids in my community tank for a while, and after a couple of false starts with Bolivian Rams-I could never get a compatible pair, or the fish never seemed to...
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    They're hit or miss here in terms of...

    They're hit or miss here in terms of availability. I think they're not captive bred, and are all wild caught, so there may be a seasonal thing to it. They won't be around for months at a time, and...
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    Marble hatchetfish, perhaps? Keeps with the...

    Marble hatchetfish, perhaps? Keeps with the South American theme, strictly top dwelling, and you've got a cover on the tank.
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    I've honestly not heard of that particular...

    I've honestly not heard of that particular species of tetra, but if it's a typical species of tetra (in the inch to an inch and change size range) you could, and probably should, bump up the group to...
  19. If they're the only critters in the tank and...

    If they're the only critters in the tank and there's some sort of filtration on the tank, I would say that'd be fine. You're going to want some sort of cover on the tank, as they do pop up for air...
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    Methyl Blue is a pain in the rear to find now,...

    Methyl Blue is a pain in the rear to find now, but there are other anti-fungus treatments that are equally effective-I used Mardel brand Maroxy on my latest batch of eggs just a couple of weeks ago...
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    They should start hatching around now. If you...

    They should start hatching around now. If you have java moss in your tank, I'd suggest putting some in the breeder net you're using, it's full of microorganisms the fry will chow down on to start...
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    My betta has been with neon and cardinal tetras...

    My betta has been with neon and cardinal tetras for over a year now, in a 55, with no problems. Hell, he's been with a bunch of other fish, for that matter, and I've never noticed the slightest...
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    +1 on the 'it varies from store to store'. The...

    +1 on the 'it varies from store to store'. The local Petco in Selden is great, the fish I've gotten from there are generally of the same quality I've gotten from the good quality LFS in the area. ...
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    You can certainly mix substrates-I started with...

    You can certainly mix substrates-I started with gravel in my 10 and 20 and moved to a mix of the gravels I had in those and playsand in my 55, it looks pretty natural if I do say so myself. My...
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    https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/iFcpTNb9IUHn...

    https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/iFcpTNb9IUHnVwBNbWFjcQ?feat=directlink

    The incubator. It's a deli container, slightly raised to keep fish out and everything in while keeping it largely...
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