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    Naw, he made his way back into the tank on his...

    Naw, he made his way back into the tank on his own. He just had to "travel" a bit for his job.
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    Glad you had the spare, even if it's a small one....

    Glad you had the spare, even if it's a small one. I keep a couple of extra filters also, just an AC20 and Azoo Palm filter - small also, but better than nothing.
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    Not at all. If you get some evaporation in...

    Not at all. If you get some evaporation in between water changes and the water level drops a bit, you'll start to get a "waterfall" effect, but that is remedied by topping off the tank until wc day.
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    I'm not usually a fan of "theme" tanks, but I...

    I'm not usually a fan of "theme" tanks, but I have to admit this is looking kinda cute. I'm not sure if it would spoil the theme, but if you got something grassy like Blyxa japonica to plant along...
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    And he did a great one too. That spout was...

    And he did a great one too. That spout was cleaned completely which is why I didn't removed him when I found him. But I did keep my eye on him until he made it back into the tank.
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    Like this maybe. I saw my nerite on my filter...

    Like this maybe. I saw my nerite on my filter output ledge and just watched him go back and forth cleaning the algae. I was afraid he was going to escape, too, but he made his way back into the...
  7. Thread: Spring is Here

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    That's new snow??! I feel your pain after the...

    That's new snow??! I feel your pain after the winter we had here.
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    Finally did get the gas tank filled and grilled...

    Finally did get the gas tank filled and grilled last night - steak, potatoes/onions/carrots. Will be looking forward to many more grilled dinners.
  9. Thread: Slap's 40B

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    In one of his early elementary grades, my son's...

    In one of his early elementary grades, my son's class were given painted lady butterfly larva. They had to feed them, watch them turn to cocoons, then butterflies, which were released at school. It...
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    Have you considered rummy nose or do you have...

    Have you considered rummy nose or do you have them somewhere else? I have rummys with my single angel with no issues.
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    I would agree that this might really be the...

    I would agree that this might really be the issue. My BNP's were just in a 10g tank with a bunch of breeding guppies. I did nothing extra to "make" them breed and they kept at it. They just got...
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    I have 2 silver dollars in my 40B tank. Not the...

    I have 2 silver dollars in my 40B tank. Not the proper school, maybe not the right sized tank. They started out, though, in a 26g tank for my son before we knew what we were doing. I've had these...
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    Just keep her by herself for now. Probably not,...

    Just keep her by herself for now. Probably not, but maybe one or two others may show up. When I want to catch shrimp in my 20L for sale, I just toss in a couple of fish food pellets and wait 20...
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    You might want to isolate that one for now. Throw...

    You might want to isolate that one for now. Throw some sand, moss in a glass bowl or something. (The 2.5g tanks are great for something like this) Add a small sponge filter or just change water...
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    You could go with some of the larger tetras, like...

    You could go with some of the larger tetras, like congo tetras and emperor tetras
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    My tests are all closer to the card that comes...

    My tests are all closer to the card that comes with the test kit than to the on-line version, so I prefer that one.
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    I also got some of the hygrophilia pinnatifida...

    I also got some of the hygrophilia pinnatifida from Triton, along with a E. Horizontalis mini and some teletherna. I was very pleased with the size of the bunches and the horizontalis mini is a...
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    I use two sponges and a bag of biomedia in most...

    I use two sponges and a bag of biomedia in most of mine and sometimes a pouch of purigen for chemical. The sponge will act both for mechanical filtering and biological filtering. I just rinse them...
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    I've had good luck in the past with onion plants,...

    I've had good luck in the past with onion plants, crinum natans, and crinum calamistratum and silver dollars. These are all bulb plants and the sd's didn't touch them. They grow very tall and the...
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    You can consider amano shrimp also -...

    You can consider amano shrimp also - http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/prod_display.cfm?c=1075+1843&pcatid=1843



    They get larger than the dwarfs but they won't breed in your tank. Better for...
  21. Thread: CQ's Betta Berth

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    Now that would be an interesting experiment.

    Now that would be an interesting experiment.
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    This is weird, although I've read that they can...

    This is weird, although I've read that they can and do escape. I guess I'm fortunate that my 3 have never left the tanks.
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    I think this tank could also use a nice piece of driftwood. Maybe you could find something tall to place in front of the heater and either tie/glue the moss to that, or add some anubia or java fern.
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    And how much shipping you're willing to pay. Two...

    And how much shipping you're willing to pay. Two shipments > one.
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    Congrats on the shrimp. They are a pretty color...

    Congrats on the shrimp. They are a pretty color and I counted about 26 in that picture. But as Matt said, they will scavenge whatever you feed your fish, so no worries there about feeding. But I...
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