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    asides from the gobies and topminnow, which are...

    asides from the gobies and topminnow, which are very broad classifications, none of your fish are aggressive.
    Asides from the gobies, the topminnow is my suspect depending on its size.
    it could...
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    there are several anubias species with long,...

    there are several anubias species with long, tapered leaves. check out A. Afzelli or A. lanceolata.
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    The shrimp does not seem to be in distress nor...

    The shrimp does not seem to be in distress nor does it seem injured or disabled. Unless you have a long history of improper moulting in your aquarium I would just leave it be and observe. Maybe the...
  4. Could the cardinals just be fighting amongst...

    Could the cardinals just be fighting amongst themselves? if a much larger cichlid
    took a swipe at them you#d expect visible aggression (the angels are quite conspicuous after all), big chunks of...
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    Poll: Lots of reasons. I heard that SW can be quite...

    Lots of reasons. I heard that SW can be quite expensive and/or high maintenance. However, the main reason I am reluctant to set any new tanks up is because I know that within a year there are going...
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    I personally feel, after seeing some myself, that...

    I personally feel, after seeing some myself, that they would constantly be
    outcompeted by the other schoolers. not only are they much smaller and shy, but they also supposedly hug the bottom. ...
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    considering that you've got a big tank coming...

    considering that you've got a big tank coming soon, could you just wait and use the small one as a QT for all the new gouramis coming through? in the big tank there will be much more space for all...
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    could it be that the fish just is shaken from the...

    could it be that the fish just is shaken from the move? after all, bettas do form territories and get attached to them.
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    aagh, that was unnecessary! oh well, it is good...

    aagh, that was unnecessary!
    oh well, it is good you were so vigilant and reacted so promptly, but some chasing must always be accepted in the beginning.
    regarding the stripes, the stripe pattern...
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    1. Either you have added some new plants or any...

    1. Either you have added some new plants or any livestock, and the snails were introduced as eggs or babies, or they may have persisted unnoticed from before you made all the changes, and only...
  11. I think you are on the right track. I recently...

    I think you are on the right track. I recently just got my first bag of purigen too as I will soon be leaving on a loong trip and don't trust anyone I know to do water changes. The instructions for...
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    Hello! Nice to see you round again. that is...

    Hello!
    Nice to see you round again.

    that is awesome just being able to go out and catch "aquarium" fish in the wild like that.
    how did you ID them?
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    What type of filter are you using? If it is a...

    What type of filter are you using?
    If it is a HOB, try increasing water level to minimize splash.
    If it is a Canister, you could try lowering the outflow. If the problem persists even if the...
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    How long ago did you acquire the gouramis? Within...

    How long ago did you acquire the gouramis? Within the first month the seems to be lots of chasing. After that, they cool down

    An additional factor may be that your tank has very little surface...
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    That is Strange. I've had the experience that...

    That is Strange. I've had the experience that while tiny otos are fragile, the big ones(old adults?) are quite sensitive too. The "fat belly" isn't an absolute indicator of health either. The skinny...
  16. the top part looks like the skull of something...

    the top part looks like the skull of something extinct.
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    Check out the fish in cycling instructions in the...

    Check out the fish in cycling instructions in the beginner's section.
    Your fish are likely irritated by the high ammonia levels in water.
    Additionally, try returning the angelfish and rainbow...
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    Hello and welcome to the forum. First off,...

    Hello and welcome to the forum.

    First off, you've probably realized this already but the is much more to successfully keeping fish than tossing them into water. You have to consider tank size vs...
  19. You really are doing everything well. Sorry that...

    You really are doing everything well. Sorry that something so frustrating must be affecting you.
    Regarding point 5., how long do you qt a new fish, and do you treat preventatively with any...
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    Your water parameters are quite unusual. In a...

    Your water parameters are quite unusual. In a cycled tank that isn't heavily planted, there always are some detectable nitrates. Considering that this is a recent acquisition (how long ago, exactly?)...
  21. Sorry for your past loss. The fact that this is...

    Sorry for your past loss. The fact that this is recurring in the same species suggests that whatever was the reason was not confined to an individual, and still hasn't been treated.

    I can assure...
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    first off, what are the nitrate readings for your...

    first off, what are the nitrate readings for your tank?
    cyanobacteria can arise when there is lots of dissolved organic matter in the water.
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    Could you post pictures? The Description you have...

    Could you post pictures? The Description you have is a Perfect Description for the Color of a normal honey gourami female
  24. The females in honey gouramis actually get larger...

    The females in honey gouramis actually get larger than the males, which suggests that their dominance hierarchy may be different than in other gouramis where the larger male dominates.
    As a matter...
  25. I keep 5( used to be 7) honey gouramis together...

    I keep 5( used to be 7) honey gouramis together in a 65 gallon tank. They are quite the exception to gourami aggression. The females all hang out in a "clique" and the males never really harassed...
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