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  1. Yes, I am talking about the fabric circles. I...

    Yes, I am talking about the fabric circles. I wondered about DIYing with some felt, but I didn't know if it would cause problems for the internal mechanism to use something else especially if it is...
  2. Where to buy replacement air pump filters?

    Hi, everyone -

    I'm looking for replacement air filters for my Whisper air pumps (I have one Whisper 20 and two Whisper 40s) - those little round fabric things that go on the underside of the pump...
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    Well, it's been a couple of months and I haven't...

    Well, it's been a couple of months and I haven't updated folks on the tank. Actually, things are going really well. We still have all of the 5 juveniles that I purchased back in January, and they've...
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    So, one of the five multies has been very busy...

    So, one of the five multies has been very busy this week!

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    It's very proud of its pile of sand. I would be too, if I were the size of that fish and had no hands. :)
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    At some point I will take the AC out. It's still...

    At some point I will take the AC out. It's still there partially because I want to make sure the sponge has sufficient BB and partially because I'm not yet ready to get rid of that established media...
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    Hmm... never thought about painting the lifter....

    Hmm... never thought about painting the lifter. I'm guessing the type you mention is safe for aquariums?
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    You're welcome! It's not that much smaller than...

    You're welcome! It's not that much smaller than the sponge filter I used to have in the 10 gallon tank, but it feels smaller because of its placement in the corner and sleeker look. I think the black...
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    I'm just using a Whisper air pump from Amazon....

    I'm just using a Whisper air pump from Amazon. Right now it's a Whisper 20. But those who know more about Tanganyikan shell-dwellers than I do suggested that multies inhabit fairly still waters, so I...
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    It's permanent - as you said, I used silicone to...

    It's permanent - as you said, I used silicone to secure the braces to the two walls of the tank. I love how it looks and it doesn't take up too much room in the tank. It produces a pretty strong...
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    All five are visible - let me know if you need a...

    All five are visible - let me know if you need a hint. It's like an underwater Where's Waldo!
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    Nice looking tank! Given when you started, and...

    Nice looking tank!

    Given when you started, and that you were using flakes instead of pure ammonia, I'd say your cycle is going along at a good pace.

    I've had luck with dosing ammonia every...
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    It's been a week as of today, and the multies are...

    It's been a week as of today, and the multies are doing well! I've added some rocks in the middle of the tank to break up territories and sight lines.

    Here's what the tank looks like now - can you...
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    One end of a standard garden hose "sort of" fits...

    One end of a standard garden hose "sort of" fits the pipe fitting, but not snugly. I found this at Home Depot (though mine is Watts brand). It's lead free:

    Link: 3/4 in. x 1/2 in adapter

    So...
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    Had a little scare last night when I was working...

    Had a little scare last night when I was working on the tank. One of them just decided that they wanted to see what was on the outside and darted toward the top of the tank, and leapt nearly a foot...
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    I don't know that they are a pair, I think the...

    I don't know that they are a pair, I think the one in the foreground just happened to be in frame, lol. I'm still learning who is who in the tank, and the group of them seem to be spending most of...
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    Here's a short video of one of the multies doing...

    Here's a short video of one of the multies doing some redecorating in the tank. thumbs2:


    https://youtu.be/w0nNhm3H0qo
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    So a python can fit a garden hose attachment...

    So a python can fit a garden hose attachment then? I don't think I could attach a garden hose directly without an adapter - I think the threading is different for pipes versus garden hoses. I know...
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    Here it is - I think this is what you mean by...

    Here it is - I think this is what you mean by "male"?

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    Best faucet hookup solution?

    Hi, all -

    Looking to change where I get my water for water changes, and the best way to approach this. The two small tanks I have are a 10g and a 20g long. The water will be coming from a stand-in...
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    No losses in the past 4-5 days, so it's been...

    No losses in the past 4-5 days, so it's been quiet in a good way.

    I had a thought about our water that may possibly be part of the problem. I'm getting the water from the spigot in the boiler room...
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    They're neolamprologus multifasciatus a.k.a....

    They're neolamprologus multifasciatus a.k.a. "multies", if that's what you meant, Slap. I'm sure they're bred from captivity, not wild caught.
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    These are juveniles and not fully grown yet so...

    These are juveniles and not fully grown yet so I'm not sure.
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    Good news! The LFS (or should I say RFS -...

    Good news! The LFS (or should I say RFS - regional fish store - a bit over an hour away. :ssmile:) got more juvenile multies in on Friday, and I drove down to pick 5 of them up this afternoon. So we...
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    Thanks. I feel like such a move gives them the...

    Thanks. I feel like such a move gives them the best chance to do well. The shell-dweller tank will be a good test of whether the water parameters are the issue. If the multies do well, then it really...
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    Maybe, but I've also had a couple of places say...

    Maybe, but I've also had a couple of places say that they've been more popular than usual lately for some reason, so they've been harder to keep in stock.
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