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    No, doesn't look like a kili to me at all. I...

    No, doesn't look like a kili to me at all. I think it's a central american livebearer, probably all females unfortunately. Rocksor might be in the right direction, something from Gambusia genus does...
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    you're right. Crayfish are opportunistic killers.

    you're right. Crayfish are opportunistic killers.
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    Good food, bits of shelter and some patience...

    Good food, bits of shelter and some patience tends to do the trick.y If it doesn't then simulate the start of the rainy season. Don't do a water change for two weeks and lt the temp climb up a few...
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    A lot of aquaculture has a long way to go before...

    A lot of aquaculture has a long way to go before being considered sustainable. Fish meal from wild caught fish is an ingredient in many food mixes used in the business.
    You've got a point though but...
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    Kind of hard to see. Airbubbles, bit of protein...

    Kind of hard to see. Airbubbles, bit of protein maybe. Certainly nothing to worry about
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    Where did you read that? Seems like utter...

    Where did you read that? Seems like utter nonsense. Also with just two plants, one of which a slow grower, go easy on the dosing of these products.
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    A very few plants will tolerate salt. Good...

    A very few plants will tolerate salt.

    Good question, answer seems to depend on which farm you get your from. I do know there's plenty of mollies living long lives in freshwater tanks.
  8. Well done, tank has indeed improved massively!

    Well done, tank has indeed improved massively!
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    Oh, absolutely true. That works lovely for almost...

    Oh, absolutely true. That works lovely for almost anything beginners keep except maybe livebearers.

    However... if it continues to rise slowly then there's something going on.
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    OK... Come on ppl, 2nd page and nobody mentions...

    OK... Come on ppl, 2nd page and nobody mentions buffering? :wink:

    Acids, like tannins from leafs or wood, only really affect pH when the mineral content is very low. When mineral content rises the...
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    Yes you would. :smile: You've been in the hobby...

    Yes you would. :smile: You've been in the hobby long enough that you've developed an eye for small details in the livestock.

    If I tell you that the key difference is arms/pinchers then you can...
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    Tank bred Aeneus have an amazing temperature...

    Tank bred Aeneus have an amazing temperature tolerance. The few wild fish that show up seems to have less of that. Sterbai are often mentioned because they are a safe choice for warmer tanks. We know...
  13. Actually a very good question. Could you do a...

    Actually a very good question.

    Could you do a fishless cycle with large waterchanges? Yes you could, you'd need to dose and test after the change.
    Problem 1 is that you will be challenged to...
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    Just make sure that is what you are actually...

    Just make sure that is what you are actually getting and that they're not trying to stick you with some kind of macrobrachium.
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    Normally ?I wouldn't go trough this much trouble...

    Normally ?I wouldn't go trough this much trouble for a heater but in this case...

    @Rocksor: I think a few links to relevant products would be welcome.
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    Decor needs some careful planning though and you...

    Decor needs some careful planning though and you need to chose the cory species with care to match the higher temps the betta enjoys.
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    A betta is out in an open topped setup in my...

    A betta is out in an open topped setup in my opinion. You could do plants on the ends of the tank, water depth wouldn't be that much of an issue then.



    Cories pop up to breath. Would have to...
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    If you got the freezer space, why not? Do use a...

    If you got the freezer space, why not? Do use a good bag though to keep as much moisture out as possible,

    And just to clarify further, if all you're after is decor and tannins then collected oak...
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    Amy-lin is a sweet person who's found a clever...

    Amy-lin is a sweet person who's found a clever way to supplement her families income. She's very open about it and delivers exactly what she advertises. My order also included some seeds which I am...
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    7 inch high translates to a 1 layer fish...

    7 inch high translates to a 1 layer fish situation really

    Few options. You could indeed create a streambed of some kind. Put a power head on one end, use pebbles in various sizes, perhaps a small...
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    Hi ppl, OK... First of all.. human...

    Hi ppl,

    OK...

    First of all.. human consumption? Absolutely. It's a herbal remedy in parts of Asia and has been for centuries. I know of one case personally when a course of tea of 5 days...
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    LOL! thumbs2: Yes I do know that feeling....

    LOL! thumbs2:

    Yes I do know that feeling. "ooh, look, shellies!" "hey wow, gobies, I've always wanted to keep them" "oh, how about a pebbled river with a few pair of rubber nose plecos?" at which...
  23. Supply a cave and start a brine shrimp culture,...

    Supply a cave and start a brine shrimp culture, you may need it and if not the adults will appreciate it.
  24. Thing is, you got a bunch of rather, well,...

    Thing is, you got a bunch of rather, well, energetic fish in the bottom zone where you also have a dwarf cichlid who will get rather territorial when the hormones set in.
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    You want a 4ft long at least though and some flow...

    You want a 4ft long at least though and some flow from a powerhead.
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