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    Figured I'd throw an update out. I let the male...

    Figured I'd throw an update out. I let the male tend to the eggs for 4 days. Just now removed him and put him back with the females. There are a lot fewer eggs now (he's supposed to have eaten any...
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    I know they'll overpopulate the 10g quickly....

    I know they'll overpopulate the 10g quickly. That's the goal. I'll feed the extras to other fish.

    Thanks for the reply though. From what I've read it doesn't seem to matter what I do exactly...
  3. Platies, mollies, guppies, swordtails, are...

    Platies, mollies, guppies, swordtails, are obvious choices. They come in basically any color imaginable. Dwarf gouramis (typically you can only buy the males) do fine in singles. A type of...
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    Breeding Rosy Red/Fathead minnows

    I was hoping someone on here might have some experience breeding these common feeder fish.

    About 3-4 months ago I bought 5 of the fathead variety at a very small size. They were all too small to...
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    The tank will cycle whether you try to do it or...

    The tank will cycle whether you try to do it or not. I suppose if there were a LOT of plants and next to no fish, you might never register any ammonia in the first place. But that would be an extreme...
  6. I've never kept them but upon googling them I did...

    I've never kept them but upon googling them I did find that they are rarely bred in the aquarium, which probably explains the price and rarity. Likely wild caught and therefore at least a little...
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    I love most of the plants you've suggested as...

    I love most of the plants you've suggested as well as the fish. I'm a huge fan of planted tanks.

    As for catching danios, they're actually one of the easiest fish to catch. Hold the net still and...
  8. Thread: ID Fish Please

    by Zander
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    Cynotilapia afra From Wikipedia -...

    Cynotilapia afra

    From Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cynotilapia_afra

    "The afra has an elongate body with vertical blue and black bars. However, there are many different coloration...
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    Liquid test kits contain chemicals that separate...

    Liquid test kits contain chemicals that separate over extender periods of time. It sees to be a problem mostly with the nitrate test, but if you don't shake it properly before use it will give you a...
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    For the most part you are correct mommy1. The...

    For the most part you are correct mommy1. The only part you have wrong was when I added the 2nd HOB filter and had a proper amount of filtration, that filter was from another established tank of...
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    Yes to both. And as other people asked me...

    Yes to both. And as other people asked me earlier, the tap water does test at 0, so do my other tanks.
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    I think you may have missed some of what was in...

    I think you may have missed some of what was in the original post, that or I didn't explain it very well. I transferred everything from the 10g, which had been running for over a year with no issues,...
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    I agree with you. I must have stalled it somehow....

    I agree with you. I must have stalled it somehow. I'm just not sure what I'm doing that's stalling it. Never once have I tested any nitrites, though I haven't been testing for those as often. And...
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    There's nothing wrong with the test kit. My other...

    There's nothing wrong with the test kit. My other tanks test at 0. Also I just tested the tap water, also 0. The 20g tank? Now at 0.5. It creeps up higher if I don't do water changes. Considering how...
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    Ammonia issue in my 20g

    I bought a 20g tank a long while back and put everything from my 10g into the 20. The filter, as well as all the fish that were in the 10g. About a month later I lost a couple fish. I did a water...
  16. Thread: co2 in 15g

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    One T5 light is more than enough for most plants....

    One T5 light is more than enough for most plants. Two T5's are only necessary for higher light requirement plants (like most red plants). It depends what plants you keep. If you keep lower light...
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    The darker, fatter, one is obviously female. The...

    The darker, fatter, one is obviously female. The one in the last picture has its fins clamped down so I can't be sure. Female mollies get pregnant every month, and the females can get pregnant up to...
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    The problem with employees at a place like...

    The problem with employees at a place like Petsmart is they shove all the small animals into one department. You have your fish employee, your reptile employee, and your rodent employee, who all work...
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    While those are all semi-agressive fish, I think...

    While those are all semi-agressive fish, I think you'd be fine with most any bottom feeder that gets to a similar size. First thought that comes to mind is an African Featherfin Catfish, or other...
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    Sorry if the rant came off extremely rude to...

    Sorry if the rant came off extremely rude to newbies. I am nowhere near as rude to people in person.

    There is a huge difference between a person who is new to the hobby and trying to learn and the...
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    Rant on working at a fish store

    Stupid a** questions I get asked EVERY DAY working at a fish store. And I know there's a line of thought that says there are no stupid questions. But no, there are stupid questions. But the only...
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    Who's doing the fin nipping?

    I've had some fin nipping going on in my 90 gallon tank for the last few months. It's nothing significant, but there always seems to be a few fish with nipped fins. The fins heal, then I see another...
  23. Thread: Fish ID help

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    That's the one. Thanks a bunch.

    That's the one. Thanks a bunch.
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    by Zander
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    Possibly but probably not. The few pictures that...

    Possibly but probably not. The few pictures that come up when I searched that name on google have significantly darker bodies than these fish. Also I should have mentioned the dorsal fin is not as...
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    by Zander
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    Fish ID help

    I apologize for not having a picture. But I work at a pet store and our distributor sent us 3 Siamese Algae Eaters. 1 of them was clearly an SAE, with the black stripe that continues onto the tail....
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