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  1. Isn't the key ingredient sodium thiosulfate? Or...

    Isn't the key ingredient sodium thiosulfate? Or is that now old school technology?
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    All that matters is the bacteria as a wholein the...

    All that matters is the bacteria as a wholein the tank.. and nobody said anything about not adding any source of ammonia
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    I completely disagree, sorry! Established...

    I completely disagree, sorry! Established bacteria from ANY source is a good thing for a new tank. Any hitchiker diseases or fungus, however.... that's a different story.
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    if you have any access to java moss or something...

    if you have any access to java moss or something to that effect, I would throw a little snipping in as well. It won't keep the water completely clean, but may help to soak up some of the fish waste...
  5. Thread: Oops. Fire

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    Well at least that'll put out the fire!

    Well at least that'll put out the fire!
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    Ah.. I had a feeling about that. From what I can...

    Ah.. I had a feeling about that. From what I can tell.. it seems that cory cats and the shrimp should be just fine though?
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    UDC & shrimp compatibility

    I currently have red cherry shrimp & Amano (Japonica) shrimp in my tank... If I threw in a few Synodontis Nigriventris (Upside down catfish) .. would they look at my adult shrimp as yummy snacks?
  8. Thread: Stocking?

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    It still depends on the type of fish you're...

    It still depends on the type of fish you're looking to stock. You could have 10 inches of neon tetras very easily.. but 10 inches of goldfish, and you're toast.
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    were all 8 fish in the same little bag when you...

    were all 8 fish in the same little bag when you bought them from the store? If so, that's probably the problem.
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    You should look into picking up some breather...

    You should look into picking up some breather bags as well.. they allow for oxygen transfer through the plastic
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    I've never had problems with my bio-wheels. If...

    I've never had problems with my bio-wheels. If you're getting lots of gunk in them, maybe you're not replacing or cleaning your filters often enough?
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    Spend now. Apologize later :l24:

    Spend now. Apologize later :l24:
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    That was a quick reading out of another aquarium...

    That was a quick reading out of another aquarium i've had for a few years. I'll run another check on my tap.
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    Water is hard ~150ppm GH pH is pretty neutral:...

    Water is hard ~150ppm GH
    pH is pretty neutral: 6.8ish

    I don't think I'll have a problem with the swordtails jumping, as this will be in a covered tank. I was thinking about cory cats, so I may...
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    29g stocking suggestions

    Hello, new to the forum here! I just picked up a 29g tank, and am currently planning its contents. This will be a planted tank, 65watt lights, no co2.

    This is my preliminary list:


    3 Yoyo...
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