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Online is great if you research the company before you buy. As mentioned make sure they have a "Live delivery Guarantee" The fish are often packed well and even drugged sometimes to make sure they...
For legal reasons most LFS will not allow a customer to net their own fish.
As to driving or ordering online. It is looked at in my household as an expedition we try to go to different LFS every...
Belated happy birthday to ya cocoa!!! I miss your awesome tank pics bro!! Glad your car stuff seems to be going ok.
Well the government does not have to say we will pay. It is just a matter of fact that we are currently paying and will continue to pay since the gov is run on our tax dollars. Not to mention the...
The air stone in upper chamber will fill that part with air as time goes on so im sure the owner sucks the air out on a regular basis.
I'm not positive but the way I think this works, The...
I Apologize if my response was taken at thinking he doesn't know how to do either method. that was not my intent. My response was directed at the question below. In my article I list a lot of...
There are some really good reply's so far on this topic. They each have thier place. It really depends on who you ask and what their preferences are. Here is an article I wrote on the subject. I...
Wow awesome score!! I knew you were up to somthing..lol I hadnt seen any posts in a while. Good luck with the new pet!!
Appears it was a secondary bacterial infection. Also looks to have had fin rot.
I'm sorry to hear about your fish.
TYVM and right back at ya and all of AC!!:19: :19:
Marketing. Keep in mind this is a multi million dollar industry and a lot of the research and scientific information we use comes from:
2) Commercial fisheries and the issues they have...
Stunning!! Good Job!!:19:
07-03-2010, 08:37 AM
Yup they are pretty hard core!! I love the way they are but I dont like fish that chew..lol More messy to keep and clean up after than those that swallow whole.
agreed 100% and you can catch three of them:
one for a pic and
one for your tank and
one to tell us how they taste with coleslaw and hush puppies...hehehe
Sorry for the loss Hobbs. At least we learned somthing so its not a total loss.
We should start a list of plants that don't tolerate bleach dips.
07-02-2010, 03:57 AM
That structure is called a "center brace." It is defiantly needed. If you ever have the center brace snap on a 55 gallon you would fully understand its necessity. Basically if it snaps on a 55...
07-02-2010, 03:41 AM
Here are some of the key points I thought were useful to your situation (If I am understanding it correctly):
The beginning where it says there are many different species and...
07-02-2010, 03:10 AM
This article is not finished so please excuse its condition but the introduction should explain a lot of what you may be going through:...
07-01-2010, 11:32 PM
Done!! You guys deserve to win anyway you look good together thumbs2: I will see who else I can send your way...lol
07-01-2010, 11:28 PM
Very doable but I would have to ask why? The gains are negligible unless you are doing it for the thrill of it then in that case I understand.
07-01-2010, 04:36 PM
Is there an easy way to tell the ones that have chemicals bonded to them from those that do not?
07-01-2010, 04:32 PM
Ideally you should only use "Food Grade" materials for your fish. That having been said you can use a thorough bleach scrub about 10% sol should do it. Then dechlorinate then scrub with...
I imagine there are, allocation and "time it takes to get there" issues and that is compounded by bureaucracy. I cant really say As I just started researching the skimmers that arent deployed yet...
07-01-2010, 11:30 AM
please make sure you keep us updated as to how well they do at eating the snails and I will amend the list eventually I will post it on my blog.
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