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Belonging to a club should imply being interested on doing better and improving knowledge, seems to me it goes well together. This is sad, i am sorry. I am still confident that there is always a way...
Thanks a lot
Thanks, looking at the pictures and reading, I could rule out the Cladophora as it has a slimy touch verse a gritty chunky one.
Fuzz, hair, thread, staghorn, all those could be it honestly.
@Cermet: Would you lean toward red algae then? or something else maybe?
I am asking because of your suggestion on a UV sterilizer.
Yesterday my Nitrates were between 5 and 10 ppm as usual, amm 0,...
Seems my tank is being taken over by a brownish algae that grows on the plants only, the more I clean it the more it seems to spread around the tank and grow faster. It started 2 month ago...
02-14-2013, 10:48 PM
Thanks all. I like that fact that it seems to be a little more than just yes or no. I am on the conservative side however and my budget and set up date reflects savings for brand new "A to Z"...
02-13-2013, 06:04 PM
Was afraid you'd say that :-(
My stock is 17 bloodfins, 7 corys panda, 3 nerites.
Sand, driftwoods, planted (java fern, anubias, compacta, apogenon, crypt), amphora and cave.
AC 70 for filter, 29...
02-13-2013, 04:44 PM
I would like to add a BN Pleco to my community.
I know I am 97% stocked right now according to aqadviser.com and getting the pleco would get me to 110%, but it'll be for a few months only...
+1 to talldutchie.
Even know cories are easy they still do better in an established tank for water condition stability. They were my first fishes too, and this is only now 6 month later that I can...
I had a couple bloated cories this week and this is only because I've been browsing threads for a while now and be a part of this community that I was able to deal with it calmly.
would only one dwarf puffer in the tank make a difference?
I do have enough clearance on top but since it is close to the floor, How will I get the syphon to work, good thinking.
My water is...
I have a 25 inch space under my 29 gallons and was thinking it is good for a 15 gallons, so planning on that in the next couple months.
I go back and forth on have a shell dweller tank (I...
Oh, I loved the game (even if SF weren't good in the 1st half :11:) and the snacks:hmm3grin2orange:
01-29-2013, 10:59 PM
That's wonderful, we've been members of the zoo for 2 years and member of the aquarium for 4 years now and no disappointment there. You are right about the gardens with the exception perhaps of the...
01-28-2013, 06:57 PM
There is a lot to see in Portland,
The Pioneer and the Art Museum, river front, Rose Garden (hum... it's winter :-)), Chinese garden, Japanese garden, The Pittock Mansion and a lot more...
Seems painful and I wish you the best and fastest recovery.
How long has it been going on?
Maybe time to get a second opinion, it can never hurt...:11:
Jippy's tank is in my living room like the other one, where the family gather to read and play, high up though as my 1.5 year old can get exited sometimes, my hubby isn't in fishes but he likes the...
How would you conclude that a Betta is restless or a chronic pacer?
Just asking because Jippy is our first Betta and I never saw him laying for a nap. He is funny he is always coming to the glass...
Thank you for you input, and I am happy you like the tank and don't see anything wrong with it. Sorry for the late reply went on week-end
This is not that I don't like the look, this is just that...
Thanks for your answers,
Here is the picture again, hopefully it works this time.
The plants are surely limited on their growth because of the pots. If I get it right, I can just go ahead and not...
Thank you all for the time you are taking for me and my questions.
I heard about almond leaves when researching the need of bettas and discovered it is largely used by breeder and have antiseptic...
All my plants are in pots because I got tired to uproot them while vacuuming the substrate, then i read in a tread from here today that you don't really vacuum a planted tank.
Yes, no scares, no worries either
understood: they look beautiful.
understand: you don't want make them think their territory is being invaded constantly, it is stressful!
I am sorry I knew it...
This is funny, I have a blue background and I noticed he must be seeing his reflection because he flares at it regularly...
I first was afraid it could stress him but I have to say it's beautiful to...
I am rescaping Jippy's tank.
He is in a 5 gallons for now (filter and heater and thermometer are given).
have pebbles for substrate, one large river rock, one terra cotta pot as a cave.
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