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    While the species that you've mentioned are...

    While the species that you've mentioned are brackish puffers, there are freshwater puffers out there, although they may take a little longer to find. Check out the"scientific names" section listed...
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    Post some pictures once the fish arrive. I'm sure...

    Post some pictures once the fish arrive. I'm sure we'd all love to see it once it's all set up.thumbs2:
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    I wish that I could put out bird feeders. Alas, I...

    I wish that I could put out bird feeders. Alas, I live in a small city with enough of a rat population that I won't add anything that might encourage them to visit my back yard. :(
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    Yeah. I think UGFs were designed when there...

    Yeah. I think UGFs were designed when there weren't better filters available, and they've largely been abandoned because they can be inefficient and difficult. If it won't be too long before your new...
  5. I think the foam was there because the tank --...

    I think the foam was there because the tank -- while supported by the stand -- was not level. If that's the case, I support the use of foam, but agree that it should extend to the frame of the tank,...
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    If I recall correctly, while the original design...

    If I recall correctly, while the original design of Walstad's method doesn't have a filter involved, she later said that they were beneficial (for circulation and the removal of excess particulates,...
  7. Thread: Stocking a 10G

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    Aren't they also a smidge bigger? I'd go for the...

    Aren't they also a smidge bigger? I'd go for the smaller species, just to make sure they've got as much room to move as possible. Just acclimate them very slowly well after the tank is cycled. One or...
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    I agree with the above and I'll add that, if you...

    I agree with the above and I'll add that, if you see the fish gasping at the surface, that's when you know you don't have enough O2 and you need the air pump.

    If you are running CO2 on the tank,...
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    What kind of lighting do you have? That will...

    What kind of lighting do you have? That will affect your ground cover options as much as (if not more than) the substrate will.
  10. Thread: Sugar Gliders?

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    I think this site lists state-by-state legality:...

    I think this site lists state-by-state legality: http://www.sugarglider.com/gliderpedia/index.asp?Laws
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    I wouldn't put a betta in with any gourami...

    I wouldn't put a betta in with any gourami species.

    I second the vote for nano fish schools. Look into the microrasboras species.
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    I gave up wanting one when I read how social they...

    I gave up wanting one when I read how social they are. Since I'm not prepared to raise a colony, or give one four hours (minimum) of play time a day, I decided they weren't the pet for me. I'm sure...
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    I only set mine up a little over a month ago. I...

    I only set mine up a little over a month ago. I haven't had any problems yet. From what I've read, the organic soil should get a cycle going fairly quickly. Depending on how much tech you want to...
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    Are you sure those aren't freshwater limpets?

    Are you sure those aren't freshwater limpets?
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    Turtles are massive waste producers, so they need...

    Turtles are massive waste producers, so they need a large volume of water in ratio to their size. If the water changes are the main thing deterring you from a fish tank, look into setting up a...
  16. RCS behavior -- a little disturbing, but a little adorable

    I've moved the adult RCS out of my 3 gallon breeder and into a 10 gallon, and I've been touching up the planting in the nano tank. I had my hand in for a minute while I was re-rooting a plant, and...
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    What a lovely planted tank. And beautiful fish,...

    What a lovely planted tank. And beautiful fish, too.
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    If you wanted a slightly larger school that still...

    If you wanted a slightly larger school that still fits comfortably in a 10 gallon tank, it might be worth researching some of the microrasboras species. Many of them stay under one-inch when they're...
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    Why don't you google for a care sheet to make...

    Why don't you google for a care sheet to make sure you're meeting their needs. Most of the care sheets I've found in the past suggest 3 gallons per ADF (and that's usually assuming there are no other...
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    It could also be that, because the pet store...

    It could also be that, because the pet store worker has concerns that it is being over-harvested, s/he won't order it into the store, and it's easier to lie to a customer than explain that s/he's...
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    Don't worry about the taxonomy, Rue. I have a...

    Don't worry about the taxonomy, Rue. I have a hard time keeping it all straight, myself.



    The tank is fully aquatic -- the salamanders never come out of the water. They can handle temps between...
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    I wouldn't add any fish. White clouds are very...

    I wouldn't add any fish. White clouds are very active (and schooling) swimmers, so as it is, I don't think I'd want to keep one in a 5g tank.
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    Elodea and Anacharis are the same plant; there...

    Elodea and Anacharis are the same plant; there have been some taxonomy debates, and from what I can recall, the plant used to be commonly referred to as Anacharis, but its Latin name was Elodea, and...
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    That's a damselfly larvae. (You know those...

    That's a damselfly larvae. (You know those smaller, mini dragonflies? It's a larval one of those).

    They are predatory, but that is as big as it gets, so unless you're raising fry, it probably...
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    Cool-water plant suggestions

    My axolotls (aquatic salamanders) live in cool water tanks that range from 66-72 throughout the year. I already have Anacharis, java fern, Anubias nana, and some mosses growing in these tanks. (Not...
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