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    Thanks for the info Jacko! I picked up some...

    Thanks for the info Jacko!

    I picked up some Crystal Red Shrimp from the LFS the other day. They are not the high grade sss or anything, but I couldn't resist, they were just too cute.
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    Glass heaters freak me out. I just think it...

    Glass heaters freak me out. I just think it would be so easy to crush it with a big rock or piece of wood rearranging a tank and get electrocuted.


    I wonder if the problem with the thermostat...
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    I could be wrong here, but aren't all the fully...

    I could be wrong here, but aren't all the fully aquatic frogs out there warm water species? I don't think the african calwed would be a good idea in your cold water setup. For other frogs, If you...
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    I have a pile of them, but I doubt the serial #s...

    I have a pile of them, but I doubt the serial #s are readable anymore. Plus they have all worked well for me for years, so I am satisfied with the value I have already gotten.
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    Pictus cats get pretty big. I don't think a 20...

    Pictus cats get pretty big. I don't think a 20 gallon will be big enough for even one of them. But Good job doing your homework before buying!
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    I am particularly interested in the Cardinal...

    I am particularly interested in the Cardinal shrimp, and the Harlequin shrimp.
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    Sulawesi Shrimp

    I have been reading up on the new shrimp found in the sulawesi swamps of indonesia. They sound really interesting, and I think the water parameters of the region is a good match for our well. Does...
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    Aslo it is my understanding that they are the...

    Aslo it is my understanding that they are the only puffer truly at home in fresh water.
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    We have kept dwarf puffers in the past. They max...

    We have kept dwarf puffers in the past. They max out at about 1 inch long, and I have heard of them called Indain puffers or about 50 other names. Had 3 of them in a 55 gallon vivarium with cherry...
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    Crazy.. i have used the older stealth heaters...

    Crazy.. i have used the older stealth heaters almost exclusively for years and never had a problem. Before hearing this I'd swear by them and have been really impressed with the accuracy on the temp...
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    Curious, I love the bamboo forest idea. Might...

    Curious, I love the bamboo forest idea. Might have to try that one. As far as bamboo in the filter, How do you clean the filter?
  12. Mostly southeast asian stuff. The grassy...

    Mostly southeast asian stuff.

    The grassy looking plant in the foreground is corkscrew val (valisneria sp. "asiatica"). The tall stuff in the back is Temple plant (Hygrophilia corymbosa v....
  13. Ahh... now I remember how to resize the pics..

    Ahh... now I remember how to resize the pics..
  14. Used to have a Tire track eel "Skid". Loved that...

    Used to have a Tire track eel "Skid". Loved that fish, and yes we were eventually able to hand feed him.

    When we first got Skid, he would only eat live food. He liked brine shrimp, black worms,...
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    Nice to meet you too Cyberra. For being new, you...

    Nice to meet you too Cyberra. For being new, you sure have alot more posts than I do...
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    Thanks all. My house is 159 years old this year,...

    Thanks all. My house is 159 years old this year, and as you can imagine, it has issues. I can't even begin to explain all the work we have put in to it, and this year we plan to have two foundation...
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    I'm back...

    Hi all,

    Haven't posted here for a while. Actually haven't had any tanks setup for a while either. My wife and I bought a VERY old house about a year ago, and have been too busy to do much of...
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    Reference to a GREAT movie.

    Reference to a GREAT movie.
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    Don't sweat it, Oscars got what plants crave.

    Don't sweat it, Oscars got what plants crave.
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    Thanks Fraggle, that's an interesting article. ...

    Thanks Fraggle, that's an interesting article. Pest control was a big issue in my outdoor setup this year. I really feel that isolation and effective bio-security practices are critical for making...
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    It sounds reasonable, most plants like a range...

    It sounds reasonable, most plants like a range between 7,000k and 10,000k, but there are many exceptions. Underlighting can be an issue, it depends on the type of plants your going for.

    I...
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    Hope it works out!

    Hope it works out!
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    Hard to say, the pic diddn't load for me, and I...

    Hard to say, the pic diddn't load for me, and I diddn't see the color temp listed anywhere.

    It wasn't clear to me, but if it's a plant light it should be fine for a small setup with some leafy...
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    Very exciting! The possabilaties are endless...

    Very exciting! The possabilaties are endless from where your at now.
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    #5, 6, & 7

    #5, 6, & 7
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