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    In regards to bacterial medications, the thing to...

    In regards to bacterial medications, the thing to note is that bacteria come in two strains, gram negative and gram positive. (The long and short of this is that differing bacteria have differing...
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    PH is the last thing to worry about, unless you...

    PH is the last thing to worry about, unless you were adding water significantly different to the tank than what the tank was at, it did not cause the issue. You need to start with Ammonia, Nitrite...
  3. I've sold before on cl, and I've traded in to the...

    I've sold before on cl, and I've traded in to the fish shop. Certain states and certainly other countries may require additional paperwork with selling aquatic species, and I honestly just don't...
  4. You could always make the trip for pick up :14:

    You could always make the trip for pick up :14:
  5. 35,000 Sea Walrus Came ashore in Alaska

    Not exactly aquarium, but pretty impressive the the sea feats.

    Link to article

    And here's one of the photos... holy bovines!
    ...
  6. Nah. They are only a couple bucks at the local...

    Nah. They are only a couple bucks at the local shops here, so packing them all up and shipping them off isn't worth the effort, which is why I'm limiting it to local.
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    Quite a bit of that looks like yarn on the hoof.

    Quite a bit of that looks like yarn on the hoof.
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    Sticky: Well they do make pond fish nets and even fish...

    Well they do make pond fish nets and even fish catching nets, so there is a much larger range of size than most people think.

    As for handling, use a temp holding container you can fit into the top...
  9. Assassin Snails [Local PU Washington State]

    I stopped counting at about 50 assassins in the move... perhaps its time to rehome some again!

    Before I head to the pet shop to offer them for credits there, I'm offering them to anyone that may...
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    Sticky: Well one of them was very co-operative on the...

    Well one of them was very co-operative on the first part. He was hanging out inside his log, so it was a pick up and move the whole kit. The other I moved via net. But between those, the angelfish...
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    Sticky: [How To]: Moving your fish and tank

    So I'm doing some redecorating around the house which necessitates me moving my tank for a short while, and I know that this query comes up from time to time, so I thought I would document and detail...
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    They are native to Japan, cold hardy up to zone...

    They are native to Japan, cold hardy up to zone 5, no need to dig as they naturalize well.

    Short info from the Missouri Botanical Garden (click the name there if you want more details.)
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    Cute. I am falling a bit behind on my Super...

    Cute.

    I am falling a bit behind on my Super Mario Quilt-a-Long. Doing some research for a gift, and getting ready for the new car we should be getting tomorrow.
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    Lycoris squamigera, often called the Surprise...

    Lycoris squamigera, often called the Surprise Lily or Resurrection Lily, though it is more closely related to Amaryllis
  15. The manual claims it does 563 GPH, it is out of a...

    The manual claims it does 563 GPH, it is out of a split dual outlet.

    @Cliff

    The FX6 is just the next model version of the FX5, so your feedback was great.
  16. New Filter Query - Oversized filtration

    So.... I bought my Fluval FX6 which is rated for 400 Gallons in anticipation of the eventual upgrade to tank size. (Aiming for ~150 to 200 gallon range)

    I presently have a 65g being filtered by a...
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    FYI - Fluval FX5 on lightening deal

    For the next couple hours the Fluval FX5 is on the Lightening Deal Price on Amazon LINK

    28% off which puts it at $288.99

    So if you are eyeing a large tank or eyeing a filter for a larger...
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    @talldutchie, No worries. Sometimes species...

    @talldutchie,

    No worries. Sometimes species get some confusing intel, so I wanted to make sure I wasn't missing another source with additional info.
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    Where are you getting this size info from? I ask...

    Where are you getting this size info from? I ask because most of the sites I would consider reputable on species info were all putting them at 6inches or less.
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    Yes it is a Pleco. There is some great...

    Yes it is a Pleco.

    There is some great additional info about them (including breeding info) at Pleco Planet Click For Link Look to be a growth of up to about 6 inches.
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    I haven't looked into the pure synthetics like...

    I haven't looked into the pure synthetics like spandex, acrylic or polyester yet.

    I know a bit about plants because I was gifted some wonderful bamboo yarn and wanted to learn how it was made. ...
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    Yes seriously on the wood, but doubtful on the...

    Yes seriously on the wood, but doubtful on the termites.

    The process for making viscose/rayon is that they basically break down the cell chains in the source material via chemical bath into a...
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    Sounds like you both need to go read your labels....

    Sounds like you both need to go read your labels.

    Look for Rayon, Viscose, Tencel, Modal, and Lyocell. (Side note that Rayon and Viscose are more of a process than specific material, but both are...
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    Just smile slightly and nod. Consider it good...

    Just smile slightly and nod. Consider it good practice for when you start getting older and want to be politer than yelling at those darn whippersnappers!
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    Pashmina and Cashmere both come from goats, and...

    Pashmina and Cashmere both come from goats, and unlike sheep wool, the finest quality of the hair, is the shed/brushed out inner hair that is grown to protect them from cold weather and shed in the...
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