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    Male Swordies can sometimes pick on the smallest...

    Male Swordies can sometimes pick on the smallest one if there's no females to get their energy out on. Try to get them all around the same size and age. When I double checked your numbers, AQAd told...
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    Stiff Plants, Small Space

    Looking for plant suggestions for the freshwater section of a Perisesarma bidens tank. Brackish ones would be helpful as well, but not truly necessary as I don't mind the rock formation on that side....
  3. Thread: Ial

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    Ial

    The red claw crab I bought this afternoon has started eating the remnants of an Indian Almond Leaf that was in the tank while it was just a Ramshorn home.
    Is it safe for it to eat, or should I take...
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    Unless you're purposefully gutloading the feeders...

    Unless you're purposefully gutloading the feeders feeding three times a day is still too much in my honest opinion.
    And proper gutloading should be happening with better quality food than it sounds...
  5. Not too worried about ammonia/etc. Just keep an...

    Not too worried about ammonia/etc. Just keep an eye out to make sure their biomass is being handled well, which it should be fine at this age. Just as they get older make sure the filters keep up.
    ...
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    If you want something that looks nice, you could...

    If you want something that looks nice, you could try making your own rocky-looking concrete or fish safe alternative background. There's plenty of DIY tutorials online. Though I'd still suggest an...
  7. Filtration is probably fine. Just keep an eye on...

    Filtration is probably fine. Just keep an eye on it for a while.
    Personally I think you're already stressing your maximum with the goldfish.
    Unless you bred them yourself you've no way of knowing...
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    There's theories that bubblers help aerate the...

    There's theories that bubblers help aerate the water, which could be a good thing for these fish.
    Really, best thing is just make the habitat as suitable as possible for right now, and wait. Even if...
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    With the possibility of mini-cycles, that could...

    With the possibility of mini-cycles, that could be causing more sensitive fish to grow weak, and a weak fish is an easy target for an Three Spot Gourami to bully or steal food from, even if you don't...
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    Six gallons isn't big enough for an Opaline OR...

    Six gallons isn't big enough for an Opaline OR Dwarf Gourami, let alone both. I would imagine by now the Opaline is permanently stunted, and it explains the unhealthy shape the Dwarf has taken,...
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    Your Gourami is still young, or has become...

    Your Gourami is still young, or has become stunted. The body proportions are not at a mature stage yet. I say male, but only tentatively. There is still growth to be done here.
  12. Thread: Mating

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    So long as they're all Colisa lalia Dwarves...

    So long as they're all Colisa lalia Dwarves they're the same species, and thus the different colors can breed.

    Some fish labeled Flame Gouramis are sometimes Trichogaster chuna though, so double...
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    Nice photo.

    Nice photo.
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    They're both Colisa lalia. Just different color...

    They're both Colisa lalia. Just different color variants (One being the original striped, the other being "Flame" or Full-Red.)

    Females of Colisa lalia are rare in stores as they're gray to silver...
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    He looks bloated. How much have you been feeding...

    He looks bloated. How much have you been feeding them?

    Yes, he's a Blue color variant of the Three-Spot species. And at his full-grown size there will only be enough room for one Gourami in there,...
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    I'll be keeping the tank as is, 50/50 water/land...

    I'll be keeping the tank as is, 50/50 water/land as almost by clockwork she seems to enjoy taking a nightly swim and dive around 11 pm.

    Only the crickets that land upside down in the water have...
  17. Thread: Crickets

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    Only bad story I've seen from my research is...

    Only bad story I've seen from my research is supposedly someone's fish choked on a cricket after eating too many. But they added a full dozen the very first time trying to feed them crickets, so I...
  18. Thread: Crickets

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    Crickets

    So, with my recent purchase of a Fire Belly Toad, I also purchased crickets for it to consume. At times some of these crickets will indeed die before entering the paludarium, and thus the FBT won't...
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    I've done Harlys with Bettas, the only issue I've...

    I've done Harlys with Bettas, the only issue I've ever had was one of my males hated red-ish colored fish.
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    I'd think it's more of an issue if it's a rowdy...

    I'd think it's more of an issue if it's a rowdy shoal, like a school a tiger barbs would be, or any of the higher finned tetras. The peaceful slow swimmers though, I don't see why there'd be a...
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    We||, curiosity got the best of me, and I did her...

    We||, curiosity got the best of me, and I did her first feeding this evening. One of the crickets jumped in the water, but she sti|| saw it and jumped in after it. So maybe things won't go so bad if...
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    FBT Cricket Concern

    I've recent|y purchased a Fire Belly Toad (Fire Belly Frog? I don't know, I'm finding mixed results on whether they're toads or frogs.) The pet store sold me a dozen "small size" crickets, saying...
  23. Dwarf |oaches. And then some dwarf |oaches. After...

    Dwarf |oaches. And then some dwarf |oaches. After that, a few more dwarf |oaches. |o|

    Y. sidthimunkis.
    Intend to up the schoo| by 1-3 every paycheck once I start stocking, unti| I have an amount...
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    Gimmick, obviously. But in the photo I think I...

    Gimmick, obviously.
    But in the photo I think I can see the filter.
    Wiring for the filter would be awkward with any type of flooring.

    Amuses me that in the only review it says the Walmart sales...
  25. Temperature reading 32oC. Expected to be...

    Temperature reading 32oC.
    Expected to be partially because my room gets so warm in the summer.
    Average temperature expected at 28-30oC.
    Maybe 26-28oC in the Winter. depending on how well this old...
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