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  1. Cracked Acrylic Tank (not at a seam) - How to Repair?

    I've bought a small, used aquarium (one of the 5 gallon Mini-Bow systems, where the tank bottom and sides are all one piece of acrylic - injection-molded, I assume?) and while cleaning it out, I...
  2. I personally use the Vita-Chem product and love...

    I personally use the Vita-Chem product and love it!!

    In the beginning, I fed my bettas Hikari Bio-Gold pellets. However, when I looked at the fine print and read the ingredients, I saw that it...
  3. If she won't eat the pea (a few of my fish have...

    If she won't eat the pea (a few of my fish have turned up their noses at it), daphnia is another great "fish laxative".

    If I'm not mistaken, constipation often shows up as an asymmetrical bulge?...
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    If you've ruled out reflections in the tank...

    If you've ruled out reflections in the tank (which can come and go at different times of day, like if a ray of sun makes it into the tank occasionally), new items near the tank or in the tank, etc.,...
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    This is ridiculously cute. Ridiculously. I...

    This is ridiculously cute. Ridiculously.

    I think this is the greatest thread I've ever seen!! Again, I thought I was the only one that did this kind of stuff for my fish... and I LOVE that I'm...
  6. I don't have an answer for you as to what these...

    I don't have an answer for you as to what these bubbles on the fins are, but I HAVE seen this before... on one of my bettas. I was so worried about him, and posted on several forums looking for...
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    HAHAHAH thank GOD I'm not the only one! I've long...

    HAHAHAH thank GOD I'm not the only one! I've long since become the crazy fish lady. At the worst, I think I had 6 active tanks - one or two divided, all with bettas. In a small apartment this is...
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    What are the ammonia, nitrite, nitrate and pH...

    What are the ammonia, nitrite, nitrate and pH levels of your betta's bowl, and what have they been for the last year? If you don't know that, then you have absolutely no way of knowing that there...
  9. Fantastic, thanks so much for the advice! I had...

    Fantastic, thanks so much for the advice! I had heard that it was a very easy plant, which is why I grabbed it, and I'm glad that pruning it is just as easy.

    I hacked it up and popped all the bits...
  10. Wisteria - very long stems, roots appearing at "nodes" in the middle - how to plant??

    Hi everyone,

    I'm very new to plants and have gotten my hands on a number of 12"+ long wisteria plants. But I have no idea how to plant them - both ends of the stem have leaves on them, and the...
  11. Thanks so much for posting those charts, that...

    Thanks so much for posting those charts, that really helped me compare all of my options (and obviously T5HO bulbs are a good way to go!)

    In respect to aquarium lighting, I had an incredible...
  12. Anabantoid Community - which of these species are compatible?

    Hi there,

    As mentioned in another thread, I've bought a 32 gallon tank, and I'm in the process of outfitting it with proper lighting, and then I'll be planting it densely. Once this is all set up...
  13. 32 gallon tank, standard hood - grossly insufficient lighting???

    Hi everyone,

    I've been looking for a 30-ish gallon tank for a long time, and after watching my local UsedEverywhere and Craigslists sites for months, finally bought a 32 gallon tank and hood that...
  14. Thanks so much for your response, LadyHobbs! ...

    Thanks so much for your response, LadyHobbs!

    Call me stubborn, but I'm still hoping to keep this not-so-little guy, and with buddies. Emphasis on the + when I say 50 gallons +.... More like 100...
  15. Compatibility - different sized comets?

    Hi everyone,

    A few months ago I, somewhat impulsively, adopted an approx. 7" long comet. He's currently living in my 15 gallon tank, and I'm about to upgrade him to a 50 gallon + and am hoping to...
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    I've kept bettas for years, and I'm going to have...

    I've kept bettas for years, and I'm going to have to argue against the temperature causing the deaths - at least in this case, where the deaths were so sudden and the temp was only 2 degrees out of...
  17. Update on Karat

    I just wanted to post an update on Karat and thank you so much again for your help (and support, while I waited and watched :P)

    Over the week-ish following my last post, he gradually started...
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    I agree with this, and live food can potentially...

    I agree with this, and live food can potentially carry diseases that will be passed on to your fish.

    To get the best of both worlds (sanitary food, but also great quality), I feed frozen or freeze...
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    Totally agree with Rich's ideas. I'm so glad...

    Totally agree with Rich's ideas.

    I'm so glad that you're wanting to move them to proper homes! (and that you're in turn teaching your girls to be such responsible fishkeepers) thumbs2: My breath...
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    Happy birthday, Spiderman! What a cutie. I would...

    Happy birthday, Spiderman! What a cutie. I would love to see him in a bigger tank, but most importantly with a filter and heater (I'm not sure if you have either, but it bears repeating!). For every...
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    What a beautiful tank! Personally, I wouldn't set...

    What a beautiful tank! Personally, I wouldn't set up a sorority tank in less than 10 gallons and with less than 5 girls, but if you're having success, more power to you! However, I noticed in your...
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    White or greyish, cottony looking growths, are...

    White or greyish, cottony looking growths, are often called fungus, but this is a misnomer - in all likelihood, it is a bacterial infection called Columnaris. I think this is especially likely in...
  23. Also, remember that the females all need to be...

    Also, remember that the females all need to be added at the same time, so that new fish are not thrown into established territories that females already in the tank will defend. If you can't add all...
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    I agree that fish are largely overfed - they are...

    I agree that fish are largely overfed - they are like dogs in that they will eat and eat, well beyond an amount that's good for them! The package directions to feed what they will eat in a matter of...
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    I have had bettas for many, many years, and could...

    I have had bettas for many, many years, and could not agree with this more! Tiny tanks are marketing gimmicks/money making strategies that are trying to make fishkeeping more widely available (and...
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