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    Bump for input.... (It'll be the only one)

    Bump for input....
    (It'll be the only one)
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    Painting the glass is a good way to go as it...

    Painting the glass is a good way to go as it generally doesn't show water damage, however it can be difficult to get off later.

    I had the same worry with my tank and found a great solution. I...
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    T5 or LED for 75G upgrade?

    I'm looking at updating the lighting fixture on my 75G since I'm hoping to rework the tank and get back into a planted setup in the spring. At the moment I'm running a 2xT8 system that does an...
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    You're totally right. I put in 117 (the model...

    You're totally right. I put in 117 (the model number) originally then noticed the mistake and edited it. You must have seen the original before I caught it. thumbs2:
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    Yeah you might be right about the guppies. It'll...

    Yeah you might be right about the guppies. It'll essentially be 2-3 'trios', I can never remember which way those ratios go. :-)

    I was reluctant to add the additional filter because i know the...
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    Opinions on spring 75G changeup....

    Hell all!
    It's been a while since I posted but I wanted to get some opinions on the 75G changeup I'll be doing in the spring. At the moment I've got juvenile koi in the tank but they're heading out...
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    There was definitely some minor fogging after 24...

    There was definitely some minor fogging after 24 hours. I was a little afraid to leave it in longer than that, although I think I used a bigger piece than I should of.
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    Frequency feeding veggies?

    Been a while since I've posted but I've got a question regarding the frequency I should be feeding my pleco veggies. Normally he get's algae pellets every 1-2 nights which are fed after dark so the...
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    The others are totally right. I started using...

    The others are totally right. I started using canister filters about 2 years ago. I picked up a filter rated at 2x my tank volume and I regret not getting one larger. I've managed to make it work in...
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    I prefer the Eheim classic series. They're simple...

    I prefer the Eheim classic series. They're simple hard working filters that will last FOREVER!
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    DIY CO2 works great!

    While battling with black beard algae in my 75G I decided to setup some DIY CO2 incubators. I had been using 2 hagen fermentors but they are small and would generally last less than a week. I ended...
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    Generally I stick with Hikari foods. I've used...

    Generally I stick with Hikari foods. I've used their food for fry, angelfish, goldfish, bettas, koi and a few others with great results.
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    I went through a BBA problem recently myself in...

    I went through a BBA problem recently myself in my 75G. Initially I tried Excel and that didn't work. Then I tried using some small CO2 yeast/sugar fermenters to injet CO2 and that didn't seem to...
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    Thanks everyone! They've only been in the...

    Thanks everyone!

    They've only been in the tank about a week and seem to be doing well, although they were much smaller than I was expecting. In retrospect I should have gotten 2 more of them (for...
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    ID: SAE or Flying Fox?

    I picked up two fish on aquabid to help clean up some black beard algae in my tank. They are suppose to be siamese algae eaters (SAE), but I know that they are sometimes mistaken for flying fox fish....
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    Both the Note or Nexus are great phones. Honestly...

    Both the Note or Nexus are great phones. Honestly I prefer the Note but you really need to make sure that your hands are big enough to use it regularly as a phone unless you get a good pair of...
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    I tried both. Initially I did a high dose spot...

    I tried both. Initially I did a high dose spot treatment. It seemed to work a little but overall so much of the tank was covered it was clearly too big a job. I eventually moved into daily 3x dosing....
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    The tank currently has goldfish and some large...

    The tank currently has goldfish and some large syno cats. I've thought about getting an SAE, but I'd rather just fix the water chemistry problems anyway. If it comes back in the new setup I'll...
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    In theory Fourish Excel (a fert) and/or CO2 can...

    In theory Fourish Excel (a fert) and/or CO2 can be used to kill the algae. I've tried both. Excel didn't do much and I used a high enough dose that the fish started acting odd. I'm running CO2 in the...
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    @Cermet, That's a good idea I might try that. ...

    @Cermet, That's a good idea I might try that.

    @Cliff, Unfortunately the fish would need at least a 55G quarantine tank and i don't have any spares at the moment. I agree that would be the best...
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    Thoughts on an awkward tank rebuild...?

    I've been fighting black beard algae in my 75G tank for a while now (see previous posts) and I'm rather certain the problem stems from the river stone gravel in the tank which propagates the algae...
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    ldoerr...

    ldoerr, have you had any problems with algae or film on the SBS? I've heard problems with other brands. Thanks for the pics!
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    Do bacterial addatives really work?

    A number of the retail and LFS in my area have carry various bacterial additives that claim to cycle tanks faster or in some cases remove the need for cycling totally. Has anyone tried these? Do they...
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    Wanted: Pics of Aquariumplants.com gravel

    I'm looking for pics of gravel that people have purchased from Aquariumplants.com, in particular the Red River and Soft Belly Soil gravels. I'm thinking about buying some later in the summer but I...
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    Are you using _only_ the bioball style media or...

    Are you using _only_ the bioball style media or do you still have a layer of the mechanical media at the bottom near the input.
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