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  1. They should, since Anabatoids like the Betta tend...

    They should, since Anabatoids like the Betta tend to stay near the top of the tank, while the tetras like the mid-level.

    Oh, and welcome to the forum

    Dave
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    Crypts do that (melt) when moved, like from the...

    Crypts do that (melt) when moved, like from the store to your tank. They usually recover in weeks.

    Dave
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    The 'wound' was actually the virulent form of...

    The 'wound' was actually the virulent form of Columnaris that comes from fish captive raised in Singapore, which the big US chain stores carry.

    You'd be better off buying your Rams at an actual...
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    The glass cats do best with a decent current in...

    The glass cats do best with a decent current in the tank for them to swim against. A power head or similar would do the job.

    I keep eight three-lined glass cats in a 55 I converted to house them....
  5. Thread: Ruby Tetra

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    For them to keep their color, feed them foods...

    For them to keep their color, feed them foods enhanced with Cyclopeeze.
    Contact me for the brand I use that has it.


    Dave
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    Cliff, Do you feed him any crustacean-based...

    Cliff,
    Do you feed him any crustacean-based foods? He does look in good shape, tho :)

    Dave
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    The way I do my planted substrates is on the...

    The way I do my planted substrates is on the forum. If you do a search of threads started by me, you'll see it on page 2. It's a mix of a heating cable, sand, topsoil and laterite.

    Dave
  8. Thread: Stinky Cat

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    I have 12 indoor-outdoor as they darn well please...

    I have 12 indoor-outdoor as they darn well please cats. I scoop their pans morning and evening (use the flushable litter). Thus, nobody knows I have cats unless they see them.

    Dave
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    Cliff, There's recipes aplenty online for making...

    Cliff,
    There's recipes aplenty online for making your own dog food.

    Dave
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    To this day most rummynose are wild caught....

    To this day most rummynose are wild caught. Normally, the worms don't affect the fishes in nature. The stress of capture, shipping, netted at the shop, etc can depress the fish's immune system,...
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    There are medicated foods available that can kill...

    There are medicated foods available that can kill the parasitic nematodes in your fish. Get one that has the active ingredient in garlic in it. The nematodes can't metabolize the garlic, and slowly...
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    Compass, Nitrate tends to hug the gravel in tanks...

    Compass, Nitrate tends to hug the gravel in tanks with low circulation. Little low GPH pump aimed along your substrate can help out. Did in my tanks; all my cories are properly bewhiskered.

    Dave
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    They are called Ornate Bushfish. Grow to 2.5...

    They are called Ornate Bushfish. Grow to 2.5 inches. If you google Onate bushfish you'll see what they look like. Better looking more worm and such they get.

    Dave
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    Africa-wise, there's the little bushfish near the...

    Africa-wise, there's the little bushfish near the bottom of my Anabatoid primer in the goramie forum.

    They are neat little fish, but a whole 'nother ball of wax feeding wise.

    You might want to...
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    They are called pistol shrimp for a reason; they...

    They are called pistol shrimp for a reason; they sound like .22 rifle shooing at night.

    A five gallon tank is a bad idea for your first SW tank, I'm afraid. A 55 gallon would be a better one.
    ...
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    Since they eat at night, you'd need to feed it...

    Since they eat at night, you'd need to feed it just before lights out.


    If you can find my culture manual (think its stikied in the food forum) it has instuctions how to culture four species of...
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    I anticipate the photos. Dorsigera is only...

    I anticipate the photos. Dorsigera is only slightly aggressive (larger the tank the less) when breeding. Leads me to believe you have something else.

    Dave
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    I quote myself: Stay away from those Rams bred...

    I quote myself:

    Stay away from those Rams bred in Asia, as though they are available in various attractive color forms, the fish themselves are inferior due to poor quality control and injections...
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    Maybe, but it's more likely he sees himself in...

    Maybe, but it's more likely he sees himself in the glass, and is trying to push off the 'rival' so he can get to the food that the food goddess brings.

    Dave
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    Depends on how closely you watch the tank. If you...

    Depends on how closely you watch the tank. If you can sit perfectly still, you may see them spawn where you can see the eggs. If you are moving around, they feel the vibrations of your footsteps,...
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    Wherever she chooses, actually. Dave

    Wherever she chooses, actually.

    Dave
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    The copper bounds with the gravel, decorations,...

    The copper bounds with the gravel, decorations, silicone, etc. in the tank. Water changes won't get totally rid of it, and the OP will still be unable to keep inverts in their tank.

    Do agree about...
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    You'd have to have an electrician do it, but a...

    You'd have to have an electrician do it, but a ground fault interrupter circuit in your wall socket is a good idea when an aquarium is near the socket. The GFI circuit will cut the electricity in...
  24. Thread: Tank Set-up

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    Joel, It really was not washing the gravel, and...

    Joel,
    It really was not washing the gravel, and those continued drain and refills are exaggerating the problem, as you are continually stirring the gravel causing the cloudiness to continue.
    ...
  25. Thread: beefy

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    Howdy and welcome to the forum! Dave

    Howdy and welcome to the forum!

    Dave
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