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    Agree with upping the amount of water changed,...

    Agree with upping the amount of water changed, you can do less in lightly stocked (> 50%) tanks, but most usually do about half.

    As for species, I would be in the add another species camp....
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    I've lost rummys to internal parasites, and they...

    I've lost rummys to internal parasites, and they do seem to waste away over along period of time if they do have them. They also are a little more particular to water conditions in my experience ,...
  3. I had rainbowfish that have done this, and sure...

    I had rainbowfish that have done this, and sure enough when it was time to eat, it joined the others just fine, some of the wild caught ones seem to suffer from internal parasites, keep a close eye...
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    At the store today, they had both Julii and...

    At the store today, they had both Julii and trilineatus for sale, and they were indeed different looking. You won't find them in big box stores, but are relatively common in the LFS. I had...
  5. Thread: Flag Tetra

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    If only I had the room

    If only I had the room
  6. Thread: Help ID plants

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    the last one looks like Egeria densa

    the last one looks like Egeria densa
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    Cryptocoryne Spiralis also makes a nice low light...

    Cryptocoryne Spiralis also makes a nice low light background plant. I've never had it "melt" like the other crypts do. It is a slow grower in those conditions though, so keep that in mind.

    As...
  8. Thread: Favorite Barbs

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    Mine would be in no particular order: Clown...

    Mine would be in no particular order:

    Clown Barbs
    Checkered Barbs
    Gold Barbs
    Arulius barbs
    Odessa barbs

    No Tigers on my list
  9. Thread: Flag Tetra

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    Saw these yesterday at Petsmart of all places....

    Saw these yesterday at Petsmart of all places. They were labelled something else. though. Unfortunately, I think its one of those many species that are overlooked for the more popular and well known...
  10. Thread: Tetra ID

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    That looks like the Loreto tetra species complex(...

    That looks like the Loreto tetra species complex( about 4-5 species). Ive only seen them for sale once and they were snatched up before I could get them
    ...
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    I'm going to guess the first is a firemouth...

    I'm going to guess the first is a firemouth meeki
    and the second are Festivum cichlids (Mesonauta festivus)
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    If you have algae in your tank, on your plants, I...

    If you have algae in your tank, on your plants, I noticed whenever I would have an ammonia spike, the algae would quickly die off, and the plants would look perfectly clean. Don't know if this helps,...
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    looks like the one I have. Nice shot, they're...

    looks like the one I have. Nice shot, they're awesome fish
  14. Thread: Phoenix Tetra

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    I'm interested in these. Definitely a cool fish....

    I'm interested in these. Definitely a cool fish. My lfs has the bentosi and the flame tetras. Have to ask about these
  15. Thread: Neon Tetra

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    I had these in my 20 gal, sadly they slowly died...

    I had these in my 20 gal, sadly they slowly died of NTD. I've heard it can persist in a tank, so they've been replaced with other species, but still these are great fish. I actually prefer these over...
  16. Thread: Ruby Tetra

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    Interesting fish, they look like the ocellifer...

    Interesting fish, they look like the ocellifer tetras, but flushed with red. I don't think I've ever seen these.nice find
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    just a follow up since it's been a while, I had...

    just a follow up since it's been a while, I had four for almost a year and added two more a couple days ago. I had some water quality problems in this tank, so I upgraded the filtration. This tank...
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    Yes I do have them, they are pretty variable some...

    Yes I do have them, they are pretty variable some have more white than others,and the shades of red can be different. I think they are a selected,variety, they are advertised as h511 and candy cane...
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    On plants with lighter leaves that become...

    On plants with lighter leaves that become infested, I usually cut them off. On heaver plants like anubius, I use a sponge to remove it. It can be difficult, especially if the leaf surface is uneven,...
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    1. H511 Tetra 2. Silver Dollar 3. Glowlight...

    1. H511 Tetra
    2. Silver Dollar
    3. Glowlight tetra
    4. Head and tail light tetra
    5. Neon tetra
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    I've always wanted these, but have never seen...

    I've always wanted these, but have never seen them in any fish store. Tiger barbs are one of the most overused and overrated fish IMO

    Good to see some alternatives, fish look good in that video....
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    I've got eight of these in one of my tanks. Since...

    I've got eight of these in one of my tanks. Since the tank lighting isn't that bright. They look really good. It brings out the yellow and red. They seem to grow slowly, or at least mine did.
    ...
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    I kept them about 7-8 years ago. They were pretty...

    I kept them about 7-8 years ago. They were pretty placid from what I remember, I didn't have too many, so I couldn't tell you how well they shoaled.
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    I'm going to keep an eye out for these. They look...

    I'm going to keep an eye out for these. They look really good. They have Julii, leucomelas, and hasborus at my LFS right now.

    Are they active or are they more sedentary cories?
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    I would check your water parameters. It depends...

    I would check your water parameters. It depends on how the fish look. I have glowlights that are 100% healthy that never seem to venture more than a foot away from a huge sword plant I have.

    I...
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