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Thank you for performing the math. I couldn't determine the correct method to use; I'll add your method to my notes, just in case the little vermin decide to put on an appearance in the future.
From: AC Tropical Fish ( http://www.aquaticcommunity.com ) William Berg's Tropical Fish A Beginners Guide
"One of the effective ways to treat it is by adding salt to the water. The...
I'd bought some Tetras from a chain pet store about a month ago; they were on sale for $1 each. Should have had a clue when the sales-gal said the fish had just come in....
Anyway, it turned out...
Will do. Thanks.
While thinking about my previous post, I realized I hadn't mentioned that I'd been dropping a pinch or two of fish food into the tank every day and was going to mention it tonight.
I've setup a new 29 gallon tank. It has an Aqueon filter hanging off the back and an under-gravel filter installed under 2" of gravel. It's had water in it for about 2 weeks now, but I haven't...
With the way my wife likes to redecorate, using a soft wood such as balsa wouldn't be a problem, it wouldn't be in the tank long enough to rot :-)
I'll definitely check out the DIY section;...
Thanks for the tip on CA turning white - it'll mean more careful planning or we may be able to incorporate the color in the design.
My wife and I are into building "things", models, crafts, etc, and have a couple ideas for decorations in our 29 gal FW tank.
Our concerns are about the materials used, especially glues such as...
Seems as if the consensus is No.
I'd figured the answer was most likely going to be no, but was hoping to be able to save a few weeks.
I was also concerned about the weed & moss spores/seeds.
Hello to everyone!
I'm getting ready to setup a new 29 gallon tank. We're planning to start with Tetras and expand from there.
We have a small pond (a bit less than 1/4 acre) in the front...
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