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  1. Thanks for the advice. I'd noticed the Minwax...

    Thanks for the advice. I'd noticed the Minwax products at the local hardware store and was leaning that way. Your comments confirmed for me the choice.

    Thanks for the application advice...
  2. REcommended varnish for wood aquarium stand

    I've been building some aquarium stands for my tanks and am wondering about which varnish to use to seal it up. Obviously it has to be waterproof, but I'd like to have the colors and grain of the...
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    It should be fine with bolivian rams. They're...

    It should be fine with bolivian rams. They're small and don't disturb the substrate that much.

    It's more of a concern with the larger african or american cichlids that will have a tendency to...
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    Yeah, triggers are pretty quick to learn where...

    Yeah, triggers are pretty quick to learn where the food comes from. Your other fish aren't pushovers, but just keep an eye on them to make sure they get enough to eat, triggers can also be real...
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    Why don't you ask your LFS what salinity the...

    Why don't you ask your LFS what salinity the brackish fish (specifically scats) from that supplier are usually shipped at? I would doubt that the supplier keeps many different salinities, especially...
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    The guy at the LFS was correct, assuming your...

    The guy at the LFS was correct, assuming your tank is cycled. But if you want to take it a step further, if your tank is cycled, why are you even testing for ammonia? Your tank is cycled, there...
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    My thought too ... but they're very picky eaters...

    My thought too ... but they're very picky eaters and I've seen some starve to death before eating aiptasia.

    The only other fish I know of is the tomentosus filefish, but it's about garanteed that...
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    I could help you with red, blue and white ...

    I could help you with red, blue and white ...
  9. It's probably just your airstone that's too low...

    It's probably just your airstone that's too low inside the lift tube. Bubbles are getting under the filter plate and coming up through the gravel. That's not a very good thing with UGFs since your...
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    Neither should be a problem in the grow out tank...

    Neither should be a problem in the grow out tank for the moment. Keep in mind though that both will likely become too large for your tanks. The one on the bottom looks like an albino common pleco...
  11. I'll throw in my opinion ... and I call it a...

    I'll throw in my opinion ... and I call it a swordtail. I've seen them that coloration before and the body looks too long to be a platy.

    Definatly a female. If you want to breed them, get at...
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    Can't hurt to ask around. The most important...

    Can't hurt to ask around. The most important thing will be to have them in top shape when you try to sell them. Your best bet is to provide a higher quality product than their current suppliers.
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    Somebody at the company must love aquariums ......

    Somebody at the company must love aquariums ... too funny!
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    Quarantining for longer than two weeks lets you...

    Quarantining for longer than two weeks lets you spot diseases that aren't immediately appartent. Ick usually shows up within a few days if it's present and so will most external fungus and bacteria....
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    They could settle for baby whales! At least...

    They could settle for baby whales! At least those exist!
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    Why don't you get a small pleco? As long as...

    Why don't you get a small pleco? As long as they're well fed, they won't bother the discus. Species of ancistrus or small panaque would do well.

    IMO I don't think you're going to find many...
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    If you can find it, try feeding him frozen krill....

    If you can find it, try feeding him frozen krill. The one at the store I work at just loves it.

    Definatly a neat little invert ... I hope to get one eventually too.
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    Shooting yourself in the foot!

    Just a little cautionary tale about why it's not a good idea to buy fish on impulse.

    We had an almost empty 15g a little while ago. Only had two dwarf plecos in there and we were looking for...
  19. Definatly not with dwarves. He might try to hang...

    Definatly not with dwarves. He might try to hang around with some Corydoras aneus that have a similar coloration though. No garantees, but if you have the room, it could be worth a try.
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    That's a lot of fish for a tank that size. It...

    That's a lot of fish for a tank that size. It could be why you're having problems maintaining your hardness.

    If the sediments small rotten and like sulphur, your should probably be doing gravel...
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    How many fish have you got in there? If there...

    How many fish have you got in there? If there are a lot of fish, they can drive down the Kh and the pH of the water. The action of the beneficial bacteria creates acids that consume KH and lower...
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    Yeah, I was thinking of the black ghost. Like I...

    Yeah, I was thinking of the black ghost. Like I said, we'd thought of some of the SA knife fishes (Steatogenys and Hypopomus), but don't really have any experience with them.

    Do any of you have...
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    Actually, we'd thought of getting a knife fish,...

    Actually, we'd thought of getting a knife fish, but one of the smaller ones. Black knifes get too big for our tank and will probably try to get some of our fish, especially since we're looking at...
  24. Lions and morays don't need a lot of swimming...

    Lions and morays don't need a lot of swimming room, so the hex should be fine. Depending on how tall it is though, it could be difficult to feed the eel ... not much gets by a lionfish!
  25. Have you tried directly feeding veggies. He may...

    Have you tried directly feeding veggies. He may be a betta, but I don't think he'd eat lettuce or cucumber. All you need to do is find a way to get the veggies to sink so that the snail can get at...
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