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  1. There shouldn't be anything wrong with...

    There shouldn't be anything wrong with gut-loading the worms, if that's what you're thinking about. However, you must be mindful of the high protein content of spirulina. Adding excessive quantities...
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    Scuds look kind of like pill bugs, but they're...

    Scuds look kind of like pill bugs, but they're flattened laterally (sideways) instead of dorsoventrally (front to back) and move quite differently. Pill bugs are isopods, and in fact are the "odd one...
  3. 2 bristlenose plecs, 2 mollies and 2 shrimp in 60...

    2 bristlenose plecs, 2 mollies and 2 shrimp in 60 gallons makes for a very lightly stocked tank. Your current filtration system should be fine even if you choose to add a couple more fish, depending...
  4. Canister pros: - very large volume of filter...

    Canister pros:
    - very large volume of filter media, especially the ones where you can choose your own composition
    - Generally superior filtration capacity
    - less frequent cleaning
    - less...
  5. Some of the long-nosed cories actually are...

    Some of the long-nosed cories actually are aggressively territorial, which is weird given how docile most cories are. This is more a point of interest than practical tip though, as these species are...
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    No experience with sparkling gouramis, but I have...

    No experience with sparkling gouramis, but I have bred honey gouramis which are another small species. The main thing is getting something for the fry to eat. They are smaller than young fry of other...
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    What about replacing the tiger barbs with a...

    What about replacing the tiger barbs with a smaller and more peaceful look-alike species, like five-banded barbs?
    The rest of your stock doesn't raise any serious concerns (assuming that the plec...
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    I can only think of one aquarium disease that...

    I can only think of one aquarium disease that acts that rapidly: columnaris. It's a bacterial infection that can supposedly kill unaffected fish within hours of infection, although a few days seems...
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    The fish looks like a young goldfish or other...

    The fish looks like a young goldfish or other cyprinid. There are many breeds of goldfish, and this individual looks like the "wild form" (i.e. no altered colors, body shape or fins). This may...
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    Right one looks like a hygrophila, H. corymbosa...

    Right one looks like a hygrophila, H. corymbosa perhaps.

    Left one might be Bacopa or Lindernia.
  12. I would not keep cories in a tank with...

    I would not keep cories in a tank with temperatures that go that high. Based on experiences with 3 different cory species, they all had decreased appetite, activity levels and immune responses in...
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    Agreed with Silbar on the last two, the first may...

    Agreed with Silbar on the last two, the first may be water sprite instead of wisteria. I cannot see any defined stem/leaves, which would indicate wisteria.
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    There is another disease that looks somewhat...

    There is another disease that looks somewhat similar to white spot: velvet disease caused by another small microorganism. It also leaves off-white, rough patches on fish. Treatment is, as far as I...
  15. what about bolivian rams instead of blue rams?...

    what about bolivian rams instead of blue rams? They're much hardier in any condition, tolerate higher pH values and lower temperatures better. They're also very docile to other non-cichlid tank...
  16. Thank you for showing compassion. All too often,...

    Thank you for showing compassion. All too often, fish are treated more like inanimate objects than living creatures.

    Assuming that this is a tank that was set up on the fly, You're essentially...
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    Mystery illnesses are the worst. Hope you get...

    Mystery illnesses are the worst. Hope you get down to the cause sooner than later.
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    Very good all-round antiseptic for mild to...

    Very good all-round antiseptic for mild to moderate injuries, fungal infections and external parasites. Doesn't seem to harm plants and inverts as long as not overdosed. Much milder than...
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    Beautiful fish, and they look pretty big for...

    Beautiful fish, and they look pretty big for newly bought cories too.
    A word of caution though: I have no experience with loxozonus, and it may well be a natural characteristic of this species, but...
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    You are correct in saying that the bolivian rams...

    You are correct in saying that the bolivian rams are on the more peaceful side for a cichlid, and small too. That being said, they still are cichlids, and unless you get a pair bond (unlikely to...
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    I can understand your sentiment. That being said,...

    I can understand your sentiment. That being said, simply put, there is an extremely high likelihood that 5 territorial cichlids in that space just won't end well, regardless of whether you you feel...
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    The kuhli loaches may be fine, but I would not...

    The kuhli loaches may be fine, but I would not add the 4 dwarf cichlids. 29 gallons is not much space for an angelfish, let along four more cichlids that (even in the absence of an angelfish) would...
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    That is a very interesting observation. Fish do...

    That is a very interesting observation. Fish do not have vocal chords, but many species are far from silent. They often use other body parts, like their pectoral fins or swim bladders to make noise...
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    You did say you have a mystery snail, did you?...

    You did say you have a mystery snail, did you? Those look like piles of mystery snail feces.
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    There is nothing inherently wrong with the sunset...

    There is nothing inherently wrong with the sunset color version of the honey gourami. The danger lies in the fact that orange-red versions of the much larger and significantly more aggressive dwarf...
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