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    For some reason I generally prefer odd numbers in...

    For some reason I generally prefer odd numbers in my fish groups. However, with angels I would do either 2 or 4. If you had 3 and 2 of them formed a pair, I think it could prove difficult for the...
  2. Thread: Boof's Nano Reef

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    Grumpy, indeed!

    Grumpy, indeed!
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    How about a few angelfish? I know they're OK...

    How about a few angelfish? I know they're OK with rummy nose and cories - I had that combo. Most likely OK with the glowlight tetras too. I'm just not familiar with SAE's so someone else may know...
  4. Thread: Retirement Tank

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    Moss taking over, again. I was unable to see my...

    Moss taking over, again. I was unable to see my dwarf pencils in this tank lately as they were staying behind the large moss clump. And actually, I think 2 of the male WCMM's in there were keeping...
  5. Thread: Catfish advice

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    Remove the catfish and find him a better home.

    Remove the catfish and find him a better home.
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    Hair algae is one of the worst and I'm not sure...

    Hair algae is one of the worst and I'm not sure if even the Siamese algae eater will take care of it. I know otos and nerites will not and my guess is that panda garra will not either. Amanos may...
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    Be careful what you wish for, lol, and have a...

    Be careful what you wish for, lol, and have a plan if saving the fry. Years ago I was overrun with guppies from a single male/female pair I had in a 5.5g tank. I started to separated the females...
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    Good to see from your update that all is well...

    Good to see from your update that all is well with your fish. Hope your son is still enjoying the tank.
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    While I know it is better and more cost effective...

    While I know it is better and more cost effective to get all that you want from one source, just want to let you know that Kitty Tetras are available from Aquatic Arts -...
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    I use Chrome for everything else, but started...

    I use Chrome for everything else, but started using Edge just for this forum when all the issues started, especially "new posts". Everything works here under Edge but not yet for Chrome. I know a...
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    Just occasionally I'll feel that "huh" feeling. ...

    Just occasionally I'll feel that "huh" feeling. And sometimes I just wish the story had continued past the point it ended. These would be more in the vein of a family saga, rather than a thriller...
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    Wow, all that breeding going on....Looking good. ...

    Wow, all that breeding going on....Looking good. Congrats
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    Great assortment of Mopani you got. So much...

    Great assortment of Mopani you got. So much you'll be able to do with those and even the smaller pieces will add to the designs you come up with. Have fun with those.
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    Happy Birthday and have great day. We're at...

    Happy Birthday and have great day. We're at least seeing some sun today here - hope you are too.
  15. Thread: Boof's 90g

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    Nice to see you around again and glad you're at...

    Nice to see you around again and glad you're at least still in the hobby. I get the idea of not wanting to restock when things may have to be moved sometime soon. I really want to sand my floors...
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    3 of my tanks are on hardwood, although they're...

    3 of my tanks are on hardwood, although they're not as large as what you're looking at - 40g, 20g and 25g. I have a full basement beneath, so not on a concrete slab and I put small area rugs under...
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    Great looking tank and so much activity. Those...

    Great looking tank and so much activity. Those Columbian tetras look huge. I didn't realize they got so big but they look nice in there.

    So you've resisted the urge for a 2nd or 3rd tank? ...
  18. To answer your question above, yes, the fish-in...

    To answer your question above, yes, the fish-in cycle usually does take longer and requires more effort on your part e.g. frequent (maybe daily) water changes to maintain those low ammonia levels....
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    Congrats Mac. I love it when I find surprise fry...

    Congrats Mac. I love it when I find surprise fry in my tanks. Must be even more rewarding when you've spent the time to create just the right environment for breeding as you've done. Nice job....
  20. Crypts, crypts and more crypts will give you a...

    Crypts, crypts and more crypts will give you a start toward heavily planted. There are many varieties, some short, some tall. Some color variations as in the crypt wendtii green vs the bronze will...
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    As far as I know, he is working on an entirely...

    As far as I know, he is working on an entirely new version from scratch, rather than continuing to try to fix the problems with this one.
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    Definitely, especially for the zebra danios which...

    Definitely, especially for the zebra danios which I've had before. I haven't had the cherry barbs so not familiar with their habits, but extra length should be beneficial for them too.
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    In that case, see if you can fit a 20g long tank....

    In that case, see if you can fit a 20g long tank. This is the smallest I would recommend for those particular fish and is really a nice sized tank. I think you'd also be happier when trying to aqua...
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    That column tank may not be the best size and...

    That column tank may not be the best size and shape for the fish you're considering. Maybe consider some of the nano fish instead, particularly some of the smaller tetras like ruby tetras, ember...
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    A couple of days after I posted about the 2...

    A couple of days after I posted about the 2 Beckford pencilfish fry, I found a 3rd one. All have been doing great. Tonight, I've found 2 more which are not really that much smaller than the other...
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