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    To answer the original question now that you...

    To answer the original question now that you understand the best stocking, in my tanks where I want sand and live plants I put down a one inch layer of EcoComplete and top that with a one inch layer...
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    A 55 gallon tank weighs about 600 pounds, give or...

    A 55 gallon tank weighs about 600 pounds, give or take depending on what decor you've added. That's the weight of two quarterbacks. Would you worry if you had two of them sitting on a counchin that...
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    My advice is get a 20 gallon high. it is only...

    My advice is get a 20 gallon high. it is only four inches longer than the ten but gives you twice the water which will make your fish happier. A 20 gallon long would give you more room for...
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    I got cyanobacteria in a tank once and read all...

    I got cyanobacteria in a tank once and read all about blackouts and additives and decided to try another route first: I added java moss and hornwort and cut way back on feeding. It took a month or...
  5. The only work required for Java moss is pulling...

    The only work required for Java moss is pulling out the excess every couple of months or so. It will grow just fine in just about any tank. No need for fertilizer or CO2.
  6. Check the forum over at NANFA (North American...

    Check the forum over at NANFA (North American Native Fish). They should be ableto help.
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    I've long thought about two 20 long tanks: One...

    I've long thought about two 20 long tanks: One with about 30 ember tetras and 20 pygmy cories and one with native North American fish: Swamp darters, formosas, and ommatas. Both heavily planted. But...
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    Aquabid almost always has micro worms up for sale...

    Aquabid almost always has micro worms up for sale as well as just about every other kind of nematode, as well as daphnia, scuds, etc.
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    I like water lettuce. With good light and Excel,...

    I like water lettuce. With good light and Excel, the roots on mine can get to 6inches long which looks cool, imo. My only "problem" is having to throw away double handfuls of it every other week...
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    I have had two of those tanks over the years. One...

    I have had two of those tanks over the years. One at work where I successfully kept a dozen Endler's males and one at home for bettas which is now home to my swamp darters who are doing very well in...
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    LOL Yes, they do have good stock and lots of fish...

    LOL Yes, they do have good stock and lots of fish I have never seen anywhere else.
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    I have two Emperors and for years I have used...

    I have two Emperors and for years I have used those green scrubby pads that are sold for dishes, etc., for mechanical filtration. They also provide surface for bacteria. Cheap and effective.
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    Adding my recommendation for Wet Spot. I am...

    Adding my recommendation for Wet Spot. I am fortunate to live close enough to them to have them ship priority mail. But the higher shipping cost I think would be worth it because they sell high...
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    Mine is a 12 gallon but same difference. I have...

    Mine is a 12 gallon but same difference. I have 25 - 35 Heterandria formosas, and can't remember how many Leptolucania ommatas (10 - 12?). Planted with Windelov's fern, one crypt, and a lot of val....
  15. Not sure where you got that idea, but I would...

    Not sure where you got that idea, but I would definitely disagree. With proper care, fish will not inevitably get sick. That is my opinion, anyway, as well as my experience.

    The advice you are...
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    They will most likely interbreed also, so I...

    They will most likely interbreed also, so I wonder what the fry would look like. No idea what the emeralds are unless it is a new seller's name for the Vietnamese subspecies of WCMM.
  17. I have panda corys and I highly recommend them....

    I have panda corys and I highly recommend them. But I have to add that I started them on gravel and they were fine, but when I switched to sand, they were clearly happier. And watching them root...
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    Check out the NANFA (North American Native Fishes...

    Check out the NANFA (North American Native Fishes Association) forum for information about native fish that are suitable for tanks. They will also have information about whether or not you can...
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    I have successfully kept cool water fish in...

    I have successfully kept cool water fish in unheated 6 gallon tanks. They were L. ommata and now E. fusiforme. I also once kept a single male Nothobranchius guentheri in a unheated 6 gallon for two...
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    For future reference, I sometimes keep thawed...

    For future reference, I sometimes keep thawed bloodworms in the refrigerator for 3 or 4 days when I have thawed too many for some reason.
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    Nice - the planting makes it look larger than 10...

    Nice - the planting makes it look larger than 10 gallons.
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    I think you are talking about loaches. Google...

    I think you are talking about loaches. Google them for pictures.
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    Yes, unfortunately, they are not common in LFSs...

    Yes, unfortunately, they are not common in LFSs in my experience. I know Wet Spot Tropical carries them, but they're expensive: $2.70 each plus $35.00 shipping if you do Express. If you ever do get...
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    Absolutely. Watching my fish is one of my...

    Absolutely. Watching my fish is one of my greatest pleasures in life outside of close family and friends. Friends sometimes have a good natured laugh at my expense when I started to rave about...
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    This exchange is from a Seachem forum at...

    This exchange is from a Seachem forum at Seachem.com

    Raul-710-30-2006, 23:39
    I have noticed that Excel is barely having any effect on my Red-Black algae and green hair algae. I'm dosing 6mLs per...
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