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Is that a spray or a wipe on?
Can I use wood paint to paint the back side of my aquarium?
I had always used spray paint, but I have wood paint on hand at the moment.
Are the hatchlings kept in a community tank, or have you already separated the parents and fry?
If the fry are latching to the parents, there is no need to feed the fry. They will feed off the...
I don't think that you necessarily need to do a 50% water change to cure ammonia. Depending on what type of filtration the owner is using, it may not have enough media/bacteria to consume the amount...
11-17-2010, 10:45 PM
I mix in the metronidazole after the food has thawed. I stir it for about 20 seconds and let it sit for a few minutes. Then I add the focus and mix it again. It's going to look cloudy and chunky. ...
What type of fish do you have in the tank?
To be honest, I think it is all personal choice. Having the extra live rock is beneficial to the aquarium too. As long as your fish are not overcrowded...
Good choice by your wife with the discus fish. I think they are the best freshwater fish you can have in my opinion.
A couple quick questions...
1. How big is the tank?
2. How many...
11-15-2010, 08:08 PM
If I would have seen this post, I would have answered much sooner...
Something you can do to as a precautionary measure is to mix your food with metranidazole. Seachem makes the medication and a...
I was curious if it's possible to have too much flow. I just picked up a six line wrasse. This is the first fish in my tank and I wanted to make sure that I didn't have too much water flow for him....
Ok... I will see if I can't get a snap of it for you. I think they are ok but I'd like to have someone take a look at it just in case.
I had a couple frags that wouldn't open up so I re-arranged my powerheads and moved some of the rocks around to get my frags in a "better" spot. (this is a new setup so I didn't...
You'll definitely want better lighting for a coral tank. With the lights you have it's a gamble, even if you were able to get them centered and close to the actual bulb. I've seen a couple posts...
Excellent lighting options posted! Wish I would have known about this before I bought my lights
I recently set up a 20 gallon reef that is not looking too good. My current livestock is only 3 plugs of zoanthids + 1 green star polyp, 2 red scarlet crabs, and about 4 snails.
My issue is...
Thank you so much FishGuy! Well written
Is there any method to adding livestock to my nano?
Should I add fish or corals first? Or does it matter?
My assumption is that having a fish or two in there first will help with "more"...
09-18-2010, 11:12 PM
I just recently set up a 20 gal nano that I am cycling right now. I have an AquaClear 30 as the filter with 2 koralia nanos.
Currently I do not have anything except for sand substrate (1/2 inch...
09-15-2010, 01:01 PM
Most likely nothing will happen. If the plant has a problem with the contact, it will grow away from that spot.
Definitely need more information!
To add to the list...
What is the temperature of your aquarium?
Do you have an airstone?
Do you know if each leafed plant portion will continue to yellow, or will it begin to sprout new leaves?
If the plant will keep producing new leaves at each section I will trim the yellow leaves. ...
I have a carpet of echinodorus tenellus and I've noticed that there have been some spots that have started to yellow. It's not a potassium deficiency, and I think it's just part of the plants...
So you actually increased your lighting? Was it time or intensity?? And what is the benefit of increasing the light?
I know cyanobacteria isn't a true algae, but is there benefit to the added...
I'm making a post for a friend of mine that has been having major issues with blue-green algae. The slimy kind that starts on the substrate.
He's been battling this issue for about 2 weeks now.
I've heard that adding newcomers at night will help with the aggression. Not familiar with doing this in a cichlid tank, but it might be worth a shot.
Do you have room to add an even more...
the only issue you might run in too with cherry shrimp is that they breed and will possibly overcrowd the tank. You can put the shrimp with snails without any issues (from what I know). I don't...