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    You think it might have something to do with the...

    You think it might have something to do with the temperature spikes? What are you doing to curb them?
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    If you had enough tanks or you really like...

    If you had enough tanks or you really like overkill you could get a temperature gun/infrared thermometer. Instant readings from anywhere in the tank... :hmm3grin2orange:
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    What way do you acclimate? I drip acclimate...

    What way do you acclimate?
    I drip acclimate with airline tubing or alternately add a bit of water every 5 minutes or so. Initially I'll have the new fish in store water in a large opaque container...
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    Ideally, acclimation should be as gradual as...

    Ideally, acclimation should be as gradual as possible. However, there are practical constraints on how long you can acclimate fish in the aquarium hobby. While sudden change in water parameters can...
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    I'm wondering that for a relatively long tank,...

    I'm wondering that for a relatively long tank, the two lamp fixtures may not distribute light evenly. I once had a 20 gallon with 2 compact fluorescents. The plants had a tendency to grow fastest...
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    Please don't despair, especially not after that...

    Please don't despair, especially not after that kind of investment! all this talk of pH, hardness, CO2, etc is daunting at first but it becomes second nature real quick.

    Adding carbon dioxide to...
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    Sorry to hear about your fish. As already...

    Sorry to hear about your fish. As already mentioned, it is likely that the caretaker may have either overfed your gourami or let the water quality deteriorate.
    If your fish makes it, the best...
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    Rocksor has given you the long answer. The short...

    Rocksor has given you the long answer. The short answer is that it isn't timeless to bring down pH to a stable lower value if your tap water is naturally alkaline. Instead, why not just go along with...
  9. The gallon ratings for air pumps are very...

    The gallon ratings for air pumps are very general. There are many, many factors that you should consider before choosing an air pump. Many tanks with adequate surface agitation do not even require...
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    It's a gulper catfish (Asterophysus batrachus),...

    It's a gulper catfish (Asterophysus batrachus), they're known for being able to swallow very large food items relative to body size.
    The two cichlids look like very mature individuals of their...
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    I have once seen a similar looking type of...

    I have once seen a similar looking type of necrosis on a betta. The way I successfully treated the rot was with a combination of seachem paraguard and nitrate control. What nitrate levels do you...
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    Don't worry too much. Soon all this should become...

    Don't worry too much. Soon all this should become second nature.

    Gh is the general hardness of water. Hardness is a measure of how much dissolved minerals there are in the water. Distilled water...
  13. Thank you for the kind words Slaphppy and...

    Thank you for the kind words Slaphppy and Steeler. It's certainly been a difficult decision, but certainly not forever. The fishkeeping bug will always be there, watching and waiting for the next...
  14. Experience with buying/selling whole setups?

    Unfortunate circumstances have forced me to give up keeping fish - at least for the time being.
    I'm thinking of selling my tank as a whole setup to simplify things. However, I've never had any...
  15. sap sucking sea slug. Someone say that as fast as...

    sap sucking sea slug. Someone say that as fast as possible 10 times in a row.
  16. You are very welcome!

    You are very welcome!
  17. It gets very obvious with experience, as panaques...

    It gets very obvious with experience, as panaques tend to have a very unique look.
    panaque catfish tend to have bulky, domed bodies in comparison to most other loricarids. They tend to have ...
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    Agree with Mommy1. For lymphocystis your best bet...

    Agree with Mommy1. For lymphocystis your best bet would be to let the fish's immune system deal with the virus on its own, as there is no aquarium medication targeting viruses specifically.
    ...
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    It's been said frequently that loaches tend to be...

    It's been said frequently that loaches tend to be sensitive to aquarium medications more so than other fish. I would increase the concentration of medication incrementally to see how your loaches...
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    If you are treating ich, you should treat every...

    If you are treating ich, you should treat every single animal in the tank, as they may otherwise act as carriers and reintroduce the disease after the treatment. Additionally, herbal ich treatments...
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    Could it be an L 340 hypancistrus?

    Could it be an L 340 hypancistrus?
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    Guppies can be pretty tough. How long has this...

    Guppies can be pretty tough. How long has this been? If the damage does not extend into the fin base and/or does not look infected, if your water is reasonably low in nitrates and there is nothing in...
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    Glad to see so many others still lurking even if...

    Glad to see so many others still lurking even if not actively posting. It's been quite rough lately, but I still check by every few days.
  24. I vacuum non-planted areas as well their feeding...

    I vacuum non-planted areas as well their feeding spots and hiding spots. The feeding spots may have a higher amount of unbeaten food in the gravel, and since my cories all like to loaf around In a...
  25. I don't know how things work there, but I really...

    I don't know how things work there, but I really hope that the alligator involved won't have to pay the price (I.e. Get Shot) for the man's stupidity. IMO it was just doing whatever alligators do...
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