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    You'll want to so larger water changes to start....

    You'll want to so larger water changes to start. At least 50%. You may loose all your fish, but it is possible they will make it. Guppies are very hardy fish. If they do pass, consider it a learning...
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    It seems as though you didn't cycle your tank...

    It seems as though you didn't cycle your tank before adding fish so you are now doing a fish-in cycle which is not ideal. You have two options;

    1. Return your fish and do a fishless cycle. The...
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    Love your scape. I have a thing for the nano...

    Love your scape. I have a thing for the nano tanks. I know you went with endless, but if you switch them out is end the ember tetras. They are very neat little fish. I had a school in an old 10g of...
  4. Thread: 20 Gallon Long

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    Bumble bee gobies need brackish water, so they...

    Bumble bee gobies need brackish water, so they won't work for your tank, and I second upping the number of glowlights. Make that number at least 6 so they can school comfortably. Same with cories,...
  5. This is a late comment, but it seems some of the...

    This is a late comment, but it seems some of the profits (at least on the fish food I bought since they were out of my usual Omega One brand) go to conservation-related stuff. Probably a very small...
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    Sharing My Other Hobby

    This is my second time being a member of this great forum and I've been more quiet this time around, since my fish keeping hobbies are currently financially and specially limited. But I love the...
  7. I have never used an internal filter, but a quick...

    I have never used an internal filter, but a quick google search popped up that Aqueon has one for a 40g. I used Aqueon HOBs in the past and they are great little engines. Typically you want more...
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    I'm terrible with the technical aspect of...

    I'm terrible with the technical aspect of lighting, so you may want to go and set-up a. Specific thread in the plant section.

    Neons are indeed schooling fish, as are all tetras.

    The probably...
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    I would do more neons, they have a small bio...

    I would do more neons, they have a small bio load. You could also do a large school of micro rasbora. A large school of small fish is very impressive and has a very neat effect on a tank's...
  10. Recently read about a 19 year old kid that came...

    Recently read about a 19 year old kid that came up with a plan to clean up the Pacific Garbage Patch. Essentially installing stationary nets at strategic points in the current where the garbage will...
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    Eek. Zebra danios, while small, are extremely...

    Eek.

    Zebra danios, while small, are extremely active fish and most people wouldn't put them in a 20 gallon long.
    Angels need more room and can be territorial. They are also slow moving and may...
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    That is beautiful! Love the addition of the red...

    That is beautiful! Love the addition of the red and some negative space. I was doing some research and it seems that for red plants to stay good and red usually requires some CO2 to balance out the...
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    I am thinking, if I can get one, a scarlet badis,...

    I am thinking, if I can get one, a scarlet badis, or a male and 2 female. I am having to put the project on hold unfortunately, as some financial stuff came up that needs to be taken care of.
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    What school size schools do you have for the...

    What school size schools do you have for the bards and tetras? Larger schools means more confident fish, means less aggression. Sometimes. In a tank that size the betta would have enough space to...
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    I'm glad I popped in to read this thread. Really...

    I'm glad I popped in to read this thread. Really good stuff to consider! The maturity of a tank seems very dependent on what you plan to add. You don't need a very mature (really just a complete...
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    Yep, I read through that thread! Made a. Mental...

    Yep, I read through that thread! Made a. Mental note to go back and read closer once I get started.

    Never heard of those little fish! Absolutely stunning. I will look them up more closely and see...
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    First High-Tech Nano

    I have been doing a few posts around looking for advice on what specifics are recomended. For my sake and sanity I want a journal (/shopping list) of where I think this tank will go and where it ends...
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    Hmm, ferts I can manage adjusting, but I will...

    Hmm, ferts I can manage adjusting, but I will have to look up light adjustments. I'm going with a kit my local shop recommended and all the reviews I've seen have been pretty awesome. I actually...
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    If it bothers you, you can boil the wood and try...

    If it bothers you, you can boil the wood and try to leach some of those tannins out a bit faster. Although, many species do best with tannins in the water (black water) and there are many beautiful...
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    I found a great primer on the planted tanks forum...

    I found a great primer on the planted tanks forum that broke down the whole set up, whatever everything was, what it did, how it worked, what you needed, and what was optional.

    So for yours to be...
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    Pressurized co2 in a 6 gallon

    I am planning on setting up a 6g nano in one of the Eheim Aquastyle cube kits. I just stating to read up on co2 and have already decided I will probably go with pressurized opposed to DIY. My reasons...
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    I'm not sure the legality/availability of...

    I'm not sure the legality/availability of crayfish, and I've done pea puffers before. Considering it limits you to a single >1" fish that you can never find, I got bored very quickly. Stock is the...
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    It could be tannins from the drift wood. Even...

    It could be tannins from the drift wood. Even after boiling mine I have found the water almost always has a slight stain to it.

    Also, how long has it been up? Diatoms from what I remember are a...
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    Shrimp are actually one of the few things I do...

    Shrimp are actually one of the few things I do not want. Never been a fan of them, and the only kind I have seen here are what I assumed are cherries, but they seem way smaller. They basically looked...
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    I'm 95% sure I'm going to get the Eheim 6g cube....

    I'm 95% sure I'm going to get the Eheim 6g cube. As I mentioned space is an issue, but weight is the true limiter. My home is all recycled materials and raised so rain water can flood safely below.
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