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  1. Thread: Curious Maria

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    yes

    yes
  2. Thread: Sick guppy?

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    if she came that way, it is likely a birth...

    if she came that way, it is likely a birth defect. if she developed it, it might be related to fry bearing
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    5-6 SAE, not plecos...

    5-6 SAE, not plecos...
  4. Thread: Just girls?

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    between me and my father, i've had several...

    between me and my father, i've had several thousand fancy guppies come my way. so that is my experience. he and I have kept male only tanks also. I've mixed males into community tanks, and he's...
  5. Thread: Ancistrus

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    most likely the substrate. they will try to match...

    most likely the substrate. they will try to match it for tone at least for the lighter portions of their blotches.

    do check your readings for ammonia and nitrites (can take to the LFS, they will...
  6. Thread: Tetras

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    neons are delightful, but if your water is hard,...

    neons are delightful, but if your water is hard, (overkH7/pH8.0/gh13) then you will take significant losses, and will want to look at other tetras.
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    females usually are slightly less red, and often...

    females usually are slightly less red, and often are carrying eggs
  8. Thread: Betta care

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    Not at all. however, if you just toss it in...

    Not at all.
    however, if you just toss it in there and expect it to take care of itself it is. However, I have maintaned UGF, and my father has several that have been running for over a decade with...
  9. Thread: Curious Maria

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    because the body is a solid color, usually the...

    because the body is a solid color, usually the color that they are called.
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    oh definitely, 5-6 would be a much better number...

    oh definitely, 5-6 would be a much better number to start with. I just don't think it is good to keep them singly.
  11. Thread: Guppy

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    what kind of guppies? you should have seen color...

    what kind of guppies? you should have seen color by now. How large are they?
  12. Thread: Sick guppy?

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    is this a recent development? I assume you mean a...

    is this a recent development? I assume you mean a bent spine?
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    he has already mated with her, and she will lay...

    he has already mated with her, and she will lay in as early as 3 weeks or as late as 6 weeks, depending on how much or well you feed her.
  14. Thread: Just girls?

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    all males are fine, provided you don't take...

    all males are fine, provided you don't take offense to them attempting to mate with each other. I'd keep a group of 3 minimal, if you are worried. aggressive guppies are extemely rare, though.

    if...
  15. Thread: Betta care

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    hehe, well... using bottled water isn't very...

    hehe, well...

    using bottled water isn't very good for bettas, unless you get something like RO right, or some other additive which will add the things back into the water the fish need. pure water...
  16. Thread: Betta care

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    i've found keeping bettas in temperatures under...

    i've found keeping bettas in temperatures under 76 is death for long term. (you will also find most of the literature and breeders support me :) )

    heaters are really a necessity, even in a small...
  17. Thread: Hairy things

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    a form of algae: beard algae (most likely)...

    a form of algae:

    beard algae (most likely)
    brush/red algae
    hair algae
    staghorn algae
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    red dwarf lily might be the only one you might be...

    red dwarf lily might be the only one you might be able to get away without adding anything special.

    there are various kinds of crypt wendtii that look like different colors under different...
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    yup, razor blades are wonderful :)

    yup, razor blades are wonderful :)
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    feed your plecos then :wink: mine don't bother...

    feed your plecos then :wink: mine don't bother swords at all. just those silly clown loaches who pop holes in them :)

    btw, some regular bns only get to 4", the problem when getting them, is that...
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    They are not easy. they are egg scatterers....

    They are not easy.

    they are egg scatterers. Once you find the species you wish to keep, I would advise googling the name and breeding, and you will get a taste for what it would take. :)
  22. Thread: Tetras

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    I would advise choosing your tetras carefully....

    I would advise choosing your tetras carefully. some are easy, some are hard. What is the ph and gH/kH of your tap water? That will effect which ones I would recommend.

    you can mix tetras, however...
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    no, gouramis and angels are notorious for...

    no, gouramis and angels are notorious for destroying each other.
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    It does no more good than dumping in a quarter of...

    It does no more good than dumping in a quarter of the smaller sized tetra food jars into your tank. It will ruin your water quality fast, provides food for bacteria, some of which are really not...
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    :D

    :D
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