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  1. I would not trust bacteria-in-bottle products. ...

    I would not trust bacteria-in-bottle products.

    I am surprised that you added some media from a mature tank and didn't get any results. I would recommend adding some more media and seeing what...
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    If worms, then maybe camallanus? although it...

    If worms, then maybe camallanus?
    although it sounds more like some severe internal inflammation rather than parasites.
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    I believe what William meant was that they aren't...

    I believe what William meant was that they aren't particularly social, but don't mind company, kind of like properly socialized cats.
  4. Agreed. Fish movement is much more on the...

    Agreed. Fish movement is much more on the horizontal plane than vertical, and despite its size your tank sounds like it has a very small footprint.
    If you want something decorative, here's an idea....
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    As mentioned, mine are kept on plant substrate...

    As mentioned, mine are kept on plant substrate and by my judgement they are doing pretty well.
    If I weren't so technologically incompetent and so forgetful(I'm sure other members have told me 100's...
  6. The one betta I used to keep also tended to take...

    The one betta I used to keep also tended to take rests on leaves. Maybe they exert themselves more than. Other fish due to their fins?

    PS: that is a gorgeous betta. I've never seen another with...
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    I have several points to make in this regard,...

    I have several points to make in this regard, although I know others disagree and the decision is ultimately yours.

    1. if you are worried about physical damage, barbel erosion due to gravel is a...
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    Aaw, a 3 year saga hath come to an end...

    Aaw, a 3 year saga hath come to an end...
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    Ouch. That guy looks pretty bad. What is the...

    Ouch. That guy looks pretty bad.
    What is the tank's temperature at?
    Could it be aggression from other, dominant rams?
    Have you ever treated the rams prophylactic ally for anything(parasites,...
  10. those are cherry barbs, puntius titteya

    those are cherry barbs, puntius titteya
  11. IME sponges are the most efficient, but other...

    IME sponges are the most efficient, but other options exist too.
    I've heard people successfully use pantyhose to cover filter intakes.
    I have also wrapped fly/insect mesh around pump and filter...
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    keep up water changes daily until you've reached...

    keep up water changes daily until you've reached target concentration(<20ppm).

    your tank would (size-wise) accomodate a single comon pleco, but common plecos might pose a danger for shrimp and...
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    Agreed. The largest fish I would put in that tank...

    Agreed. The largest fish I would put in that tank would be a dwarf cichlid of some kind, and they are a bit too challenging to start with.
    There are many ways to stock a tank that size, but you...
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    Take it out if you don't want to keep only...

    Take it out if you don't want to keep only guppies, otherwise, it is fine as guppies like hard water.

    Some plants actually do better in hardeater setups. Vallisneria, some cryptocoryne and...
  15. Bull sharks may be common in the area, But...

    Bull sharks may be common in the area,
    But sharks as a whole are in serious decline.
    If you ask me there is no justification at all for such wanton killing.
  16. It is hard to tell from the picture, but if it is...

    It is hard to tell from the picture, but if it is smaller than a salt grain with the matte white color and texture of a cotton ball in miniature, I would undergo preventative treatment, especially...
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    I use prazipro as a preventative treatment for...

    I use prazipro as a preventative treatment for every new lot of fish.
    once flukes somhow flew below the radar and I noticed them hanging off my cories' whiskers in the main tank, which I promptly...
  18. from my experience dorsigeras are very capable of...

    from my experience dorsigeras are very capable of holding their own should any similar sized or even a bit larger cichlid provoke them. however, the thing is they never looked for trouble themselves...
  19. agreed. especially when the volume changed is...

    agreed. especially when the volume changed is less than half, I just make sure it is within 2 degrees celsius
    of the tank.
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    Large(to keep up with their algae appetite)...

    Large(to keep up with their algae appetite) heavily planted, still and soft water tank.
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    I am pretty sure they are mixed. The paler...

    I am pretty sure they are mixed. The paler yellow-grey ones with a single dot on their flanks look like Bolivians, the ones with large black bands on their bodies look like blues.
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    I'm guessing you'll have a lot of current in that...

    I'm guessing you'll have a lot of current in that tank to keep the loaches alive. White Cloud Mountain minnows and many danio species would fit the bill of a fast swimming, mid to top dwelling...
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    what species of pleco are you talking about? I...

    what species of pleco are you talking about? I hope you are aware of the many different "pleco" species, and their differing size and care requirements.

    what you are describing about your glofish...
  24. not aware of any particular outstanding book. The...

    not aware of any particular outstanding book. The thing is people who research before diving into fishkeeping are uncommon(most grab a 10 or 15 gallon thinking aquariumkeeping is a simple as a fish...
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    That is weird. Eco complete should be inert. ...

    That is weird. Eco complete should be inert.
    Have you tested the tap water itself? Directly after coming out and after sitting for an hour or so?
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