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09-22-2013, 11:23 PM
Thanks Glofish, I feel the same way...I dont want to have to put down my fish but I dont want them to suffer either...for now Weebs seems to be doing fine it just looks awful, I've been keeping on...
09-18-2013, 04:57 PM
Sorry I probably should have mentioned that I fed him literally sixty seconds before I took the picture so his abdomen was a little big. The pellets are 1mm and 10-20 was the suggested manufactures...
09-18-2013, 06:40 AM
What size is your tank? 5 gallon
What temperature is your tank? 80 F
Does your tank have a filter? Yes
Does your tank have an air stone or other type of aeration? Yes
Is your tank...
The tank I plan on getting has two LED lights in the hood, just not sure how strong they are. It also comes with an adjustable heater so I dont have to worry about buying one. I think I have decided...
Ok, Im trying to do alot of research on each individual fish before I make any decisions but this is a great start. I assume when stocking in phases I should put the most docile/least territorial...
This one is a rectangular shape, longer than it is wide or tall. Would a DG be happy as the only one in the tank, with two endlers, an ADF and a snail or should they always come in pairs. Im a little...
So you think a 10 gallon is too small for a single DG, I thought they only got around 2 inches. I do like the frog idea because my nephew loves to watch them and so I may be stuck on wanting one lol...
Thanks rodm81, that is a pretty cool little link. I just wonder if it takes into account the agression levels of each fish and if they should be housed together??
Hey guys, I'm new to the forum and wanted to ask for some help in stocking a new tank I'm going to be setting up. I started with a 5 gallon with a single male CT betta. On bad advice I got a mystery...