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    Thanks everyone, for the kind comments. The...

    Thanks everyone, for the kind comments.

    The lights are stock CF, I think around 4wpg.

    The only thing I upgraded/added was:
    1) Removed all stock filter media and replace with filter floss and...
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    Newly Setup 28g Nano

    Hi All,

    Wanted to share a few pics of my 28g JBJ NC. Tank cycled in two weeks, and has now been 2 months after cycle finished.
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    Thx for the response Barb. Wondering, if I...

    Thx for the response Barb.

    Wondering, if I remove the carbon from the media basket, there will only be the filter pad. I've heard the filter pad is not necessary if using enough LR (I plan on...
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    Filter Setup for 28g JBJ NanoCube

    Hi,

    Setting up my 28g JBJ NanoCube and wanted to bounce my filter/sump setup off you guys to ensure I am on the right track.

    The back portion of the tank has 5 compartments (I think called a...
  5. Thread: New Discus

    by T Fades
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    Thanks Hobbs, for moving to the appropriate...

    Thanks Hobbs, for moving to the appropriate place.

    I got him at one of my lfs here in L.A. They are crazy expensive here, at $100 each, but I know the guy at the lfs, and got him for about $60. ...
  6. Thread: New Discus

    by T Fades
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    New Discus

    Hi all,

    Been a while since I've posted, and wanted to share the last addition to my 80g fw planted tank.

    I'm stoked about my new discus.
  7. Heat/moisture from lights causing mold in canopy

    Hi All,

    Recently I noticed mold growing in the wood canopy of my tank. I think it is caused by the heat from the light, causing moisture to build and letting mold grow. Anybody else have this...
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    Generally speaking, since you have gourami's,...

    Generally speaking, since you have gourami's, then no angel or cichlid.

    you are almost fully stocked, so maybe up the number of tetras or maybe get a school of dwarf cories.
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    What are their names?:hmm3grin2orange:

    What are their names?:hmm3grin2orange:
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    Interesting topic. I just bought one of these...

    Interesting topic.

    I just bought one of these leaf hammocks for my 2.5g tank that holds my male betta 'Blue' about 2 weeks ago. At first, I was concerned because as mentioned, it is a very hard...
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    Are you sure it was hair algae they were...

    Are you sure it was hair algae they were consuming? My ottos or BN will not eat the hair algae and I also read on AC that ottos will not touch hair algae.
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    Thanks all for the comments. Yea, I can't wait...

    Thanks all for the comments. Yea, I can't wait for the plants to fill in. Will hopefully find my dig camera to take some better pics.
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    1st pics of 80g fw community

    Hey guys.

    Finally got around to taking a couple pics of my tank. Sorry for the bad pics, I was only able to use my cell.

    Anyway, most of the inhabitants are hidding, but here is a list of who...
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    seems to be similar in price as the ones you...

    seems to be similar in price as the ones you mentioned at the LFS.

    per the link, a 48" freshwater is $135 and on sale for $107. Not much different than what you priced at LFS.
  15. Thread: Fish Ideas!

    by T Fades
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    assuming after the tank is cycled: some...

    assuming after the tank is cycled:

    some (dwarf) corries (6) for the bottom would be good (they make a good clean up crew as well),
    a bristlenose pleco for the bottom as well to take care of a...
  16. Thread: Alage!

    by T Fades
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    definately replace the bulbs. they are typically...

    definately replace the bulbs. they are typically only good for 1 year.
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    I guess I am releived to hear I am not the only...

    I guess I am releived to hear I am not the only one. Thanks for your input rat.

    Do you think it is possible the timer is causing the ballasts to blow the bulbs?
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    Coralife T5 light fixtures

    Hi All,

    Anybody else having issues with their Coralife T5 fixtures burning up bulbs?

    I got my Corallife fixtures a couple of years ago, keep them on a timer for 11 hours a day.

    I noticed...
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    agreed, way overstocked

    agreed, way overstocked
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    IMO, for only a 15g, the school of corries is not...

    IMO, for only a 15g, the school of corries is not a good idea, unless they are dwarfs.
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    Welcome to the AC. As far as your stocking,...

    Welcome to the AC.

    As far as your stocking, most here will suggest having at least 6 cories of the same species. Even though they are not a schooling fish, they do enjoy the company of their own...
  22. Thread: Young bows

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    I've heard it said a million times, and I will...

    I've heard it said a million times, and I will repeat,

    GREAT SHOTS RICH!!!!thumbs2:
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    I second the notion for yo-yo loaches. I had 4...

    I second the notion for yo-yo loaches. I had 4 in my last set up a few years back after a snail problem. The yo-yos took care of that problem almost over night.

    Another cool thing about...
  24. Thread: Cardinal Tetra

    by T Fades
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    Cardinal Tetra

    Hi All,

    I was under the impression that Cardinals could not get the neon tetra disease, but I was in my lfs last night, and sure enough, they had a batch of cardinals with neon tetra disease.
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    granite rocks in tank

    Hi,

    While camping in Sequoia over the summer, I grabbed a few granite rocks from the river.

    Are granite rocks safe for aquariums? I probably should have asked before putting in the tank. The...
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