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    I agree with Ed, fast your fish for a day or two...

    I agree with Ed, fast your fish for a day or two before feedign the anti-parasitic food. If they are still not eating it, try mixing it with a little garlic (this will make it sink, but mine always...
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    if it seems like his appetite is low I would try...

    if it seems like his appetite is low I would try feeding him something else...mine always really enjoyed brine shrimp and chopped up earthworms. I have heard using a laser pointer to direct them to...
  3. Thread: Mystery snail

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    another thing i woulld recommend is to put a...

    another thing i woulld recommend is to put a sponge over your intake as they tend to try and graze on algae/debris in their and have been known to get stuck. Good luck, they are one of my favourites!
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    the mystery snails most commonly sold are pomacea...

    the mystery snails most commonly sold are pomacea bridgessi and get to about the size of a golf ball. On average, you should have about 2 gallons of water per full-grown snail as they produce alot of...
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    I, personally, don't mind having "pest" snails in...

    I, personally, don't mind having "pest" snails in my tank as they eat algae and decaying plant matter. Unless there is an abundant food supply they cannot reproduce. I think of them as a gauge to...
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    they get to about the size of a penny, usually...

    they get to about the size of a penny, usually smaller. The other snail you have is probably a common pond snail which also stays small. The two species should not interbreed, however, they are both...
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    looks like a red ramshorn

    looks like a red ramshorn
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    my pleasure, with most of them you can substitute...

    my pleasure, with most of them you can substitute fish foods/invert foods or veggies for fruits etc...they can typically be frozen for a month or so which is nice as well.
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    another way to manage calcium intake is by dosing...

    another way to manage calcium intake is by dosing liquid calcium (kent's marine is good, use the marine dosage, just dont' pour it directly on any of your critters). Another alternative to crushed...
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    I put a small piece of algae wafer in a brine net...

    I put a small piece of algae wafer in a brine net and they swarm into the net....then i remove it. works pretty well.
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    the best thing about homemade food is you can...

    the best thing about homemade food is you can control the portion size easily....i make this stuff for all my inverts and feed it occasionally in my community tanks as well...the cories go nuts for...
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    i have some homemade food recipes you could try,...

    i have some homemade food recipes you could try, it would be a lengthy post, so let me knowif you want me to share.
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    I now have 6 tanks with cherry shrimp. 5 of them...

    I now have 6 tanks with cherry shrimp. 5 of them are invert only as the shrimp are much more outgoing and fun to watch in an invert only set-up. That being said, I have a large mass of java moss in...
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    honey's are wonderful, i have 2 and i love them....

    honey's are wonderful, i have 2 and i love them. I had them briefly in a 16g where i found the female (weird enough) to beat up the male (atypical for sure). My honey's do very well with neon tetras...
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    i would think a higher female to male ratio would...

    i would think a higher female to male ratio would be better than more males than females. haven't kept bolivians, but with my gourami a harem has been teh better choice for establishing a breeding...
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    she also could have been molting while carrying...

    she also could have been molting while carrying the eggs...i have seen them drop them then. No worries, you should have more soon!
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    I agree. There are species of brigs that lay...

    I agree. There are species of brigs that lay under the water line, but the eggs are usually encased in more of a gelatinous coating. I too think that these were laid and fell in. No fear, they can...
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    Good! Glad to hear they are definately on the...

    Good! Glad to hear they are definately on the mend.
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    how are they doing? still improving?

    how are they doing? still improving?
  20. Thread: shedding skin

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    They also commonly eat the skin that has been...

    They also commonly eat the skin that has been shed. another good site for adf info is www.pipidae.net
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    the eggs at the gravel line definately sounds...

    the eggs at the gravel line definately sounds like pond snail or ramshorn eggs. the white things above the water sound like baby pond snails. The tadpole things I am not so sure, snails don't really...
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    I like this stocking plan but: I would go with...

    I like this stocking plan but:
    I would go with cardinals because they seem a little hardier in my experience, definatley a dwarf gourami (or a honey gourami), 5-7 corys, and one apple snail/mystery...
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    I like snails (even pond snails) as they eat...

    I like snails (even pond snails) as they eat uneaten food, decaying plant matter, and algae. They can only reproduce to great numbers if there is food for them to eat. If I notice that they are...
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    I would suggest a dwarf gourami or honey gourami,...

    I would suggest a dwarf gourami or honey gourami, 4 pygmy or panda cories, and a small school of tetras.

    Or a fantastic invert tank with red cherry shrimp and a brig snail, heavily planted.
  25. Thread: Attacked!

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    lol. My cherry barbs always "peck" at me during...

    lol. My cherry barbs always "peck" at me during water changes and my snails will climb onto my fingers (brig snails). I don't have any big fish that could hurt me though.
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