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    Coldwater Shrimp

    If your tank is coldwater, your options are more limited, but some amano shrimp would hoover those diatoms right up if there's nothing tastier in the tank. I wouldn't recommend snails for the...
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    Conclusion

    Just an Update -

    I've been maintaining the culture at 15 celsius and feeding a mixture of yeast and spinach juice. The copepods are spawning nicely and my first generation of naupillii are...
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    My understanding is that copper isn't an added...

    My understanding is that copper isn't an added ingredient, but some component is high in copper.

    I'm certain this was what killed my apple. He was just fine, I added the block, two days later he...
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    Fry Food & Spirulina Powder

    This depends to some extent on the amount of dissolved particulate food you already have in your tank. If you have a long-established tank with plenty of "floaties", you may not need to provide...
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    Suggestion Re: Feeder Block Sticky

    I would like to suggest that a sticky thread be put up in the snail and/or general invert threads to warn about the danger posed by "weekend feeder" type food blocks, particularly the plaster types....
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    Gouramis!

    I had the opportunity to fish-sit a male gourami for a couple of weeks, it was great. His name was Uncle Touchy, and every time he touched one of the tetras with his feelers they would shudder and...
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    Thank you so much! I don't know why I wasn't...

    Thank you so much! I don't know why I wasn't able to find an article myself. Although I don't plan to culture phytoplankton on a large scale, so I'm still unsure what to feed them.

    I don't plan...
  8. Thread: Baby fish?

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    Details

    What species of fish were in the holding tank?
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    Camera Modes

    If your camera (like mine) is a piece of rubbish and has no directly controllable aperture or ISO settings, you may find that it has modes (eg. portrait, night time, scenery). If you have a sports...
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    Plant Monoculture

    It's a lovely looking minimalist tank as it is! It's character will develop as it grows in, but since I want your theoretical money, I'd suggest adding some plants with a different color or texture...
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    Yup! I was mostly wondering if I should be...

    Yup! I was mostly wondering if I should be following the daphnia directions, or if anyone has experience with copepods in particular.
  12. O2!

    You'd have great oxygen dissolution with that much surface area! Live plants would really thrive if you can get the right light hood over a behemoth like that. If you can, I'd suspend the lights...
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    Substrate, Surfaces

    Poor shrimps! :(

    If you do redo the tank, I'd recommend trying out some coral sand. My amanos loved it, it did a great job of trapping bits of tasty things for them, and food didn't get stuck...
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    Omnomnom

    May be contributing to your problems?

    On a side note... it looks delicious to me! I've been living with snails for too long. :drool:
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    Sticky: I wish folks who would kill a houseplant would...

    I wish folks who would kill a houseplant would stop purchasing bettas and leaving them to languish in 1 gallon of icy water. It makes me sick to visit someone and see one of these poor creatures...
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    Don't Forget Temperature

    A lot of very good advice re: cycling. I just wanted to add that your tetras are tropical fish, and you have a heater for them, right? thumbs2:
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    Aggression / Overfeeding

    Have you noticed the other fish behaving aggressively toward the ailing tetra? Tetras are mean fish, and especially in small schools, they can single out one of themselves to be picked on. In...
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    Culturing Copepods / Infusoria Ideas

    I made another marsh trip and came back with approximately 30 copepods in my water sample. They are about 2 mm long, and I don't expect them to get any larger. They have been doing an excellent job...
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    First place has to be my pond snails (L....

    First place has to be my pond snails (L. stagnalis) with their little kitty "ears". Watching the slow motion spinach munching always mellows me out after a hard day. They're nigh-indestructible but...
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    This won't help with the problem, but it could...

    This won't help with the problem, but it could prevent its growth: try adding some very porous rock (unpleasant for snail feet) and feeding the cherries fry food powder instead of algae pellets. The...
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