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    Half the point of a brackish tank was for my...

    Half the point of a brackish tank was for my whitecheek goby, really. I've got a few ideas of species now, so I think I'll play with the numbers until I'm happy my tank could support it. :)
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    Swamp guppies look really interesting, thanks for...

    Swamp guppies look really interesting, thanks for the suggestion :)

    The aqadvisor calculator thinks 4 swamp guppies, 4 whitecheek-sized gobies and a nerite snail comes to 89% stocking, does that...
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    Really that limiting re numbers? Yes...

    Really that limiting re numbers?



    Yes that's why I asked. I know there's a lot I can't put in there, I'd like to know what I can put in.
  4. Thread: Sakura gobies

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    None of my research seemed to contradict the LFS'...

    None of my research seemed to contradict the LFS' stocking it at as FW fish. I just got a bit worried when I kept reading that most gobies sold as FW are not really FW, and there doesn't seem to be...
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    Ok, thanks- having looked around a bit I don't...

    Ok, thanks- having looked around a bit I don't think any of the small puffer varieties will make very good tankmates for pretty much anyone :/ does anyone else have any ideas about fish for a small...
  6. Thread: Sakura gobies

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    Anyone? Sakura gobies, FW or brackish?

    Anyone? Sakura gobies, FW or brackish?
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    Ah- guilty as charged. My readings are not very...

    Ah- guilty as charged. My readings are not very good, I'm embarrassed to say (I've been very ill and evidently have slipped into bad habits) :/ ammonia is at about 0.5, trites at 1 and trates at 10....
  8. Thread: Sakura gobies

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    Sakura gobies

    Better in freshwater or brackish? I'm possibly starting a brackish tank soon, so I can move mine over if it would do better in there. Thoughts?
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    Mine LOVE fish food. They steal the tubs (meaty...

    Mine LOVE fish food. They steal the tubs (meaty stuff and algae wafers) and spend hours trying to get in. Once I caught one with a bag of dried bloodworms which she'd opened on the sofa. She was...
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    Snails dying :(

    I used to have a decent number of snails (sulawesi trumpet type snails, assassins, the odd ramshorn that managed to survive and get massive) but the numbers are dwindling. I've noticed some of the...
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    Setting up a small brackish aquarium

    I'm thinking about making my 35l desktop tank into a brackish one, rather than a shrimp tank as I'd planned originally. I've never done brackish before so I need a bit of advice. It's a pretty tiny...
  12. Thread: Killer guppy!

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    Plenty of plants and hiding places.

    Plenty of plants and hiding places.
  13. Thread: Killer guppy!

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    Don't have a photo, sorry, but definitely a...

    Don't have a photo, sorry, but definitely a guppy. He's a particularly pretty one too!

    Of the fish I listed, I have mostly one or two of all of them. I'm below the max level on the thinkfish.com...
  14. Thread: Killer guppy!

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    Oh and re gobies, I have read about brackish...

    Oh and re gobies, I have read about brackish water in a few places but my LFS have been stocking these in their freshwater systems and selling them as freshwater-suitable. I was a bit concerned, but...
  15. Thread: Killer guppy!

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    I caught the peacock gobies nibbling at some...

    I caught the peacock gobies nibbling at some shrimp, but I don't think it's them- this started before I got them. The guppy that does the chasing has no tail splits or anything, but all the others...
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    Ok, I'll get thinking about what to put in there...

    Ok, I'll get thinking about what to put in there then :)
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    Breeding Kribs

    I have a 35l tank that's cycling at the moment, and I'm trying to decide what to put in it. Could I put a lone pair of kribs in to breed, or is it too small?
  18. Thread: Killer guppy!

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    I've got a couple of tiddlers in the tank, I...

    I've got a couple of tiddlers in the tank, I wouldn't want them to go the same way. All my guppies have been male (maybe that's why...).
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    Skinny sakura goby

    My sakura goby is looking a bit skinny. I've had him for about 8 months, he did have a friend but I think the multiple house moves took their toll. I fed the tank bloodworms this evening, and he had...
  20. Thread: Killer guppy!

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    Killer guppy!

    So I finally worked out who was picking off my guppies and smaller shrimp. Dun dun DUNN killer guppy. I've got Top Guppy and Raggedy Guppy, both males, and there were four previously who were got...
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    Corys breeding!

    Hello,

    I currently have a very fat, eggy cory (peppered cory I think) who is having a lovely time with her 3 males. I've never had fish breed before, and this was a bit of a surprise, so I don't...
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    23858 Best I could do, sorry.

    23858

    Best I could do, sorry.
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    Oh and she's in her own tupperware tank, don't...

    Oh and she's in her own tupperware tank, don't panic!
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    Eye exploded? Help!

    My female gourami isn't looking too great today, one of her eyes looks like it sort of exploded out her head. The area is all raised and bloody, and there's something trailing from it. I'm not sure...
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    Guppies, lampeyes, hillstream loaches, sakura...

    Guppies, lampeyes, hillstream loaches, sakura gobies and honey gouramis. I suspect the gobies, none of the others seem particularly bothered by things that move.
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