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  1. Mine smells either like nothing or it smells like...

    Mine smells either like nothing or it smells like a forest after a rain. I can usually tell that something is "off" when the tank stops smelling like that.
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    It looks like a large ramshorn snail. Pond and...

    It looks like a large ramshorn snail. Pond and bladder snails have spindle shaped shells.
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    Poll: I feel that putting the cryptoheros nanoluteus in...

    I feel that putting the cryptoheros nanoluteus in with cherry shrimp will be similar to dropping a terrier in a pit full of rats.
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    My guess is that the loaches rubbed their snouts...

    My guess is that the loaches rubbed their snouts raw swimming up and down the aquarium glass, and the raw snouts are now inflamed.
  5. Recent changes, filter cleanings, rearrangement...

    Recent changes, filter cleanings, rearrangement of tank, etc?
    How long have you had your betta?
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    First off, don't take everything apart and...

    First off, don't take everything apart and "clean" everything. Contrary to what lots of people think, a sterile aquarium is a dead aquarium. A mature aquarium actually runs on colonies of beneficial...
  7. After a water change I have left a filter...

    After a water change I have left a filter unplugged once for at least 12 hours (it was a canister in a Planted tank so it was hard to tell whether it was on or not). The bacteria were kept moist and...
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    if your tank is a glass tank, most things will...

    if your tank is a glass tank, most things will come off with a metal scraper.
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    Maybe pockets of wood have gone anaerobic and are...

    Maybe pockets of wood have gone anaerobic and are releasing hydrogen sulfide? It happens with old, I disturbed gravel, not sure whether the same could occur in wood.
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    Snail shell only grows from the rim in front, so...

    Snail shell only grows from the rim in front, so the damage to the posterior will remain permanently. Whether it will survive depends on whether the internal organs were injured or not. Damage to the...
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    It might well be a freshwater fish, and since...

    It might well be a freshwater fish, and since artists often take lots of room to deviate from a strictly accurate drawing the possibilities are endless. However, I believe it might be a saltwater...
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    Virtually All endlers sold by large stores...

    Virtually All endlers sold by large stores nowadays are mutts. The only way you'll get a pure strain is by obtaining some from another hobbyist with a colony. Most people probably do not know the...
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    Hybrids can be good or bad. For some fish where...

    Hybrids can be good or bad. For some fish where conservation is an issue, hybrids may be undesired because they have the potential to contaminate the gene pool of the endangered species.

    Take the...
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    What are the origins of this object? For...

    What are the origins of this object? For instance, if you had gotten it at some tropical vacation spot it might be a stylized depiction of a native species.
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    All "Julii" cories commonly sold are trilineatus....

    All "Julii" cories commonly sold are trilineatus. With a true Julii, the spots are finer, non-vermiculated and spread out more evenly.

    A Cory that does not stay at the bottom has serious issues.
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    Can't tell much from the video, but the closest...

    Can't tell much from the video, but the closest thing I can think of is argulus, or fish louse. If it is indeed a louse you should be able to discern eyes upon a closer look.
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    +1 to Sheamurai. At normal dosage, I highly doubt...

    +1 to Sheamurai. At normal dosage, I highly doubt commercial plant fertilizers are able to harm invertebrates. Feeding might be an issue. I've heard of people raising microworm cultures and using a...
  18. And Thank you too for trying to save these...

    And Thank you too for trying to save these animals in need. all too often fish are regarded as "just fish" and do not get anything close to the respect they deserve.
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    They both are cichlids, but the buttikoferi is...

    They both are cichlids, but the buttikoferi is not in the same genus as the frontosa. It is more related to the tilapia you'd find in a supermarket.
  20. The erosions look like hole in the head to me....

    The erosions look like hole in the head to me. Typically a fleeing fish will be wounded on the tail end.
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    Lots of aquarium diseases, especially bacterial...

    Lots of aquarium diseases, especially bacterial and fungal infections, stem from organisms that are actually a normal part if the aquarium environment and usually don't cause harm. Only when adverse...
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    Looks like a mature Heterotilapia buttikoferi. ...

    Looks like a mature Heterotilapia buttikoferi.
    Big, aggressive species.
  23. Hard to say. More or less all cories have an...

    Hard to say. More or less all cories have an elevated position in relation to other fish for me.

    If I had to pick, here are my favorites, in no particular order:

    1. Corydoras hasbrosus
    2. C....
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    Agreed with Knightia/Firefly. Albino fish may...

    Agreed with Knightia/Firefly. Albino fish may just as well look like that because they don't have any pigments obscuring their blood vessels, but at this severity (especially if the condition has...
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    Top one is a jaguar cichlid. Second might be a...

    Top one is a jaguar cichlid. Second might be a dovii.
    Third am working on, last one appears to be an auchenipterid catfish.

    EDIT: for last one, look up trachelyopterus fisheri, Vieja argentea...
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