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    Of course they're going to establish their own...

    Of course they're going to establish their own territories. The myth of the aggressive-to-death betta is perpetuated by uninformed people throwing multiple ones into small tanks.

    Think about how...
  2. Guppies are one of the most hardy aquarium...

    Guppies are one of the most hardy aquarium species. It could well be they managed to hang on until the cycle established itself.
    Now that you mention you are in china, that certainly makes some...
  3. What will help now 1. if you have live plants or...

    What will help now
    1. if you have live plants or media from another tank, by all means introduce them to the new tank. the beneficial bacteria grow on all tank surfaces and introducing plants or...
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    No experience with either, but here are two...

    No experience with either, but here are two factors that might contribute to food clouding the water.

    1. if the food has a lot of wheat, soy, potato, etc based fillers, a carnivorous fish may not...
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    A small tank as yours is fine to teach yourself...

    A small tank as yours is fine to teach yourself how to cycle, but keep in mind that the only animals that would thrive in such a small enclosure would be shrimp or snails.

    Until you add ammonia,...
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    knowing that the vast majority of aquarium fish...

    knowing that the vast majority of aquarium fish will never reach their full potential is a gloomy prospect every fishkeeper realizes sooner or later. What I find saddest though, are those people who...
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    1. No idea. 2. Micranthemum umbrosus? 3....

    1. No idea.

    2. Micranthemum umbrosus?

    3. Echinodorus sp.

    4. Anubias sp.

    5. Ludwigia sp.
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    Used to own the smaller 280 version of the...

    Used to own the smaller 280 version of the emperor.

    1. The way the media is shaped makes them impossible to clean. They're meant to be replaced. Also, for the massive size of the filter, thee was...
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    It is good you haven't purchased the gouramis...

    It is good you haven't purchased the gouramis yet. I am not sure where you got the impression that it is possible to keep multiple dwarf gouramis together in a 29 gallon tank. being territorial, only...
  10. As mentioned many times, both species are soft...

    As mentioned many times, both species are soft water species. Bettas have been domesticated so long ago you could probably have a thriving betta in any water as long as extremes are avoided. Neon...
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    For food, a good rule of them is to look at the...

    For food, a good rule of them is to look at the ingredients list. For good foods, the first few ingredients should be mostly aquatic animal protein (fish meal, shrimp meal. Squid meal, etc). If you...
  12. If your algae problem is primarily on hard...

    If your algae problem is primarily on hard surfaces (I.e. Decor and glass instead of leaves) look up nerite snails.
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    what I would like to see regarding fish treatment...

    what I would like to see regarding fish treatment in a fish store that many stores seem to get wrong:

    1. dimmer lights or some cover. threadbare tanks are bad for both the vendor and the fish....
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    Very beefy looking betta.

    Very beefy looking betta.
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    I find it fishy indeed. If my knowledge still is...

    I find it fishy indeed. If my knowledge still is up to date, all the good bacteria we want in our tanks possess two characteristics: 1. They are aerobic, i.e. need oxygen to carry out their metabolic...
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    That's really interesting to hear. The size and...

    That's really interesting to hear. The size and the fact that it gave live birth suggests a trapdoor snail.
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    Watersprite and water wisteria are two plants....

    Watersprite and water wisteria are two plants. Water sprite is a fern growing from a central rosette, while water wisteria is a stem plant. For water wisteria, the lower leaves will never grow back...
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    Many killis may be quite challenging fish to...

    Many killis may be quite challenging fish to start out with, not to mention a bit harder to find.

    Small, peaceful, hardy and attractive species that I would recommend include small cyprinids...
  19. Of course you can. Assuming the total amount of...

    Of course you can. Assuming the total amount of food per day remains constant, you could split it into many little snacks if you wanted. This would actually be a real good replication of eating...
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    Hope this isn't a too tedious post. I tried...

    Hope this isn't a too tedious post. I tried shortening it as much as possible but, while the cycle is a simple concept at its core, there are a whole lot of little information tidbits that also are...
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    If I understand correctly columnaris bacteria are...

    If I understand correctly columnaris bacteria are found basically everywhere. If this is correct, there is no point in attempting complete disinfection as it will likely be back soon.
    only when a...
  22. It's a monkfish. Not exactly looking like the...

    It's a monkfish. Not exactly looking like the "typical" anglerfish we tend to picture, but still classified as one.
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    That stuff on the heater might be algae, fungus...

    That stuff on the heater might be algae, fungus or biofilm. Eggs of any species tend to be distinctly recognizable as small round globules.
  24. I don't think their current color differences...

    I don't think their current color differences have much to do with sex. Livebearers are one of the relatively few fish species that practice internal ftilization. The best way to sex livebearers is...
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    Slimy looking stringy white poop in livebearers...

    Slimy looking stringy white poop in livebearers can also be an intestinal hexamita infection, caused by pathogenic unicellular organisms. Feeding food medicated with metronidazole would be the best...
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