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    I split my moss ball, but I'm having trouble...

    I split my moss ball, but I'm having trouble getting both new halves back into a circle. In that video, the guy just rolled it with his hand back into a ball (things always look easier on video). I...
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    Thanks. So its real easy. I appreciate the point...

    Thanks. So its real easy. I appreciate the point of making both halves, round again after the dissection.
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    Best way to divide moss ball?

    I heard that moss balls can be split in two, and put into separate aquariums. I've put one in a tank and it has grown rather rapidly, so I'd like to give this a try. Will any method do? Or do I have...
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    I'd rather not revive an old thread... FWIW I've...

    I'd rather not revive an old thread... FWIW I've always used tank water. I never had a problem with how "dirty" my sponges got. As a matter of fact, the water was always filthy after squeezing the...
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    OK, I see they really aren't much more expensive...

    OK, I see they really aren't much more expensive than a sponge.

    Thanks for all the replies. Coming here is always a learning experience.
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    OK then I'm done buying replacements for my...

    OK then I'm done buying replacements for my carbon. I still have two bags left (in a 3 pack I bought) but I think I'll just store them in the event that I do want to use them to remove any medicine...
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    OK I'm nowhere near as aquarium literate as...

    OK I'm nowhere near as aquarium literate as others in this thread..... when you say you've never had a minicycle, are you saying that not having a carbon bag won't have any effect on the...
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    Yes, I did click on the link. They look a bit...

    Yes, I did click on the link. They look a bit like the original AC ceramic, although a bit larger.

    I've never had problems cleaning the AC ceramic. Actually, more gunk accumulates on the mesh...
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    Without trying to spark a debate here, what you...

    Without trying to spark a debate here, what you are calling biomedia are those ceramic bits, correct? Is there a reason why you like as many as possible?
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    Carbon filter for Aqua Clear filters

    If I'm understanding some posters here correctly, you don't need to replace the Aqua Clear filter media that is a bag of carbon. The AC filter has a sponge pad, a small bag of ceramic bits, and a bag...
  11. FWIW, we've gone with Purina, which has a line of...

    FWIW, we've gone with Purina, which has a line of rodent food. Our hamster likes it, and from all the feces in the cage, sure seems to eat a lot of it. Plus, its at a local target, so its easy to...
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    If MTS are that profligate (word?), then perhaps...

    If MTS are that profligate (word?), then perhaps I should just get a few, and hope that some will propagate.
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    Well that's what other forum members said it was:...

    Well that's what other forum members said it was: http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aquariumforum/showthread.php?t=92046

    Unfortunately, the pic I referenced (a photo of the MTS in my aquarium) was...
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    Believe it or not, I've already got one in there....

    Believe it or not, I've already got one in there. It must be at least a few years old. I've never seen one in a LFS. I'll ask around. They are cute, although they don't move around as fast as the...
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    Long living snail subspecies?

    I have been buying what our LFS call "apple shell" snails for the last year or two. I've had good luck with some, but the last few have had fairly short lives---a few months, I suppose 3-6 months....
  16. Bulk Barn is a Canada chain. I'm south of the...

    Bulk Barn is a Canada chain. I'm south of the border--a few days' drive. :)
  17. Recommended pet food for hamsters, guinea pigs...

    Its pretty clear we're going to get either a hamster or guinea pig, most likely hamster.

    I never thought about hamster food before. When I was young, I'm pretty sure it was Hartz that sold a big...
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    Petsmart is teh only place that sells them (at...

    Petsmart is teh only place that sells them (at least that's what the guy at Petsmart told me). I couldn't find anything on amazon, petsmart.com was the only place for reviews.

    This was excellent...
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    OK, thanks for the comment. Their cages...

    OK, thanks for the comment.

    Their cages didn't seem to be the cheapest around--which isn't a showstopper for me--but I just want to make sure I'm doing more than buying the same crud, but with a...
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    National Geographic products (animal cages)

    I have just started seeing National Geographic branded products in the local Petsmart. I'm currently going to be getting a guinea pig, and will be needing a cage soon, and saw some made by National...
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    I'll try the Amazon frogbit. Of all the plants...

    I'll try the Amazon frogbit. Of all the plants I"ve bought at LFS the only one that hasn't died has been the moss ball, but I'll give amazon frogbit a try. It looks very attractive, as well.
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    Moss ball good for aquarium?

    The only live plant I have successfully maintained in an aquarium has been a moss ball. I was told (or read somewhere?) that they will grow. I have had this one in my aquarium for about a year, and I...
  23. Thread: Land snail advice

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    Hmmm my email notification ended up in my junk...

    Hmmm my email notification ended up in my junk folder. Not sure why....

    OK we have some leafy greens there now. I'm still wondering about how moist the amend can be. Should we be watering it...
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    Land snail advice

    We just picked a land snail from a timeshare we were at, and decided to give it a home in a small aquarium that wasn't being used.

    (1) Does anyone have any advice on what type of substrate would...
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    Our tank is about 55-60 gallons. There are about...

    Our tank is about 55-60 gallons. There are about 15-20 neons, 2 snails, a few ghost shrimp, and 2 black mollies.
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