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  1. Thread: New to forum!

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    Multis will dig and "scape" your tank for you so...

    Multis will dig and "scape" your tank for you so plants might get uprooted. You can secure a few plants in corners with a rock and they'll be ok. The important thing with multis is to provide more...
  2. Thread: Congo Tetra

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    Great looking fish there Cliff (but clean your...

    Great looking fish there Cliff (but clean your glass!) :wink:
  3. Thread: Root Bound?

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    No...true. Although I'm thinking if it strangles...

    No...true. Although I'm thinking if it strangles itself I'll be dealing with a big die back. Maybe I'm just looking for problems.
  4. Not sure anyone on here will know this one. ...

    Not sure anyone on here will know this one.

    iIzcRqyXGdk

    The dance at 0:14 :lol: Love it.
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    I think you could get away with that stocking,...

    I think you could get away with that stocking, although the gourami would be a bit squeezed for turning space. They are normally kept in worse conditions and are pretty hardy. Full of personality so...
  6. Thread: Root Bound?

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    Finally got a photo of the root-bound bit. ...

    Finally got a photo of the root-bound bit.

    http://i1014.photobucket.com/albums/af266/starstriders/32_zps4f9455aa.jpg
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    Right-hand side. ...

    Right-hand side.

    http://i1014.photobucket.com/albums/af266/starstriders/31_zps69d95121.jpg

    And a close up of the slightly root-bound lawn. I still can't believe this is vallisneria - it stands...
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    Cut the lawn this week. ...

    Cut the lawn this week.

    http://i1014.photobucket.com/albums/af266/starstriders/28_zps2034db9c.jpg

    Willow moss is doing well.
    ...
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    You can stack several pieces together and they...

    You can stack several pieces together and they will look like the same piece of wood. I've done this in my large tank and you'd never know they were separate pieces whilst you're sat in front of it....
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    Hmmm...I'm not familiar with this brand but it...

    Hmmm...I'm not familiar with this brand but it looks predominently to be a micronutrient formula. As far as I understand things most people with low tech set ups dose macro-ferts as the staple (that...
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    Your tank will be too small for an arrowana -...

    Your tank will be too small for an arrowana - don't do it. Keeping one to sell on is not a good idea. You will struggle to sell it and, I would put money on it, you'll end up keeping it longer than...
  12. Wow, life has thrown a lot at you lately. Welcome...

    Wow, life has thrown a lot at you lately. Welcome back and best wishes for your family.
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    It's very difficult to advise on this kind of...

    It's very difficult to advise on this kind of thing without knowing exactly what you're dosing (brand etc.) and some clear photos of what your plants look like.
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    Sounds an interesting "oddball" fish to keep, and...

    Sounds an interesting "oddball" fish to keep, and looking at online sites it should work with your African Butterflyfish.

    What are the dimensions of the tank you have? This fish isn't that small...
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    A few more... ...

    A few more...

    http://bhushandalvi.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/kevins-75g-020-1.jpg

    Wow :eek:

    http://theaquaticgazette.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/017hardscape4.jpg

    This rockwork is...
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    Great update, and really nice to see the tank in...

    Great update, and really nice to see the tank in use now - it's been a long time coming! Looks good.

    If you're after feedback on the scape - I would loose those stones - they look quite artificial...
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    Nitrate test kits are notoriously off the mark....

    Nitrate test kits are notoriously off the mark. This article may be of interest (nitrate test results are nearly halfway down). http://www.advancedaquarist.com/2012/6/chemistry

    You'll see they...
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    My LFS has these in their tanks. Clever. Don't...

    My LFS has these in their tanks. Clever. Don't know much about them though. How long do they last? Do you know?
  19. However light the bioload, shrimp poo a lot...

    However light the bioload, shrimp poo a lot relative to their size, and they do produce ammonia as waste. Inverts are comparatively more sensitive than commonly kept tropical fish so cycling is an...
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    Not really. Kids will have parties here and there...

    Not really. Kids will have parties here and there and there might be an organised community trick or treat, but it's not all that common. Supermarkets will stock pumpkins and there will be promotions...
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    Halloween songs? I don't know any (Halloween...

    Halloween songs? I don't know any (Halloween isn't much of a festival here in the UK and tends to pass by without much of a mention).

    How about MJ's Thriller?
  22. Ewwwww...stop it. :14: We haven't done...

    Ewwwww...stop it. :14:



    We haven't done badly for such a little island eh? thumbs2:
  23. Yeah but mine is 8 US gallons

    Yeah but mine is 8 US gallons
  24. Not bad. I'm not sure if Ska ever made if to...

    Not bad.

    I'm not sure if Ska ever made if to your shores...

    1WhhSBgd3KI
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    Done. It's an exclamation mark rather than a...

    Done. It's an exclamation mark rather than a question mark though. Banned for being a pedant. :wink:
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