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    I've had some experience raising honey gouramis....

    I've had some experience raising honey gouramis. The newborn young are miniscule and feed on microscopic critters. IMO the best way to proceed is to set up a small 1-5 gallon tank with a sponge...
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    Sad, yet strangely reassuring in a sobering fashion that even the giant aquariums can still sometimes get hit by problems familiar to hobbyists.
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    Looks like a potamogeton, especially potamogeton...

    Looks like a potamogeton, especially potamogeton robbinsii.
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    Microworms. Sink to the bottom and live for a...

    Microworms. Sink to the bottom and live for a while. Supplemented with ground pellets once the fry get older.
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    Sorry but I can't really offer any advice on...

    Sorry but I can't really offer any advice on getting the pump to restart due to not knowing how it operates. However, any surface agitation (manual splashing, etc) will help increase the water's...
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    Not all antiparasite medications are the same....

    Not all antiparasite medications are the same. You'll Need to know what you're up against or else the treatment will likely be ineffective. For internal flatworms or nematodes, praziquantel really is...
  7. Regarding the shrimp, do you actually see damage...

    Regarding the shrimp, do you actually see damage or do the shrimp just crawl around picking at the cabomba? Shrimp eat algae and detritus. It is possible that the shrimp are only looking for algae or...
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    It's probably going to take several months before...

    It's probably going to take several months before significant detritus deposits accumulate. That being said, once your tank is fully stocked and established, it's generally a good idea to do a gravel...
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    Ah, it's been a while. What vibrant fish you have!

    Ah, it's been a while. What vibrant fish you have!
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    I've heard too that sometimes, the bacteria in a...

    I've heard too that sometimes, the bacteria in a bottle stuff contains bacterial strains that can grow for a short while, but ultimately don't survive long term in a tank. In the time that the...
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    Sucker mouth catfish tend to be reclusive and...

    Sucker mouth catfish tend to be reclusive and most would appreciate an appropriately sized hiding spot. That being said, mature adults of large species commonly spend all their time exposed...
  12. For small community sized fish, yes. I'm not sure...

    For small community sized fish, yes. I'm not sure what big fish keepers do, maybe someone will chime in. If a fish is still alive but too far gone, it will need to be euthanized. This is best...
  13. Young fish would certainly be more sensitive to...

    Young fish would certainly be more sensitive to any accumulation of chemicals than older ones. If I understand correctly you've just recently cycled a tank. New tanks tend to be most prone to random...
  14. I grow cryptocoryne emersed and immersed. In both...

    I grow cryptocoryne emersed and immersed. In both cases, the roots are in the same tank water. Some completely immersed crypts show the same problems as yours, but the emersed ones, which have free...
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    Sorry if I'm missing something, but in the...

    Sorry if I'm missing something, but in the assumption that the loaches are carrying intestinal flagellates or worms from the store that cannot be cured by good water and food alone, would it be...
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    It's interesting to see how complacent the koi...

    It's interesting to see how complacent the koi was with being confined and handled (it thrashed a bit when picked up, but just look how calmly it swims off later). Probably went through this handling...
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    Melafix is indeed a good preventative and mild...

    Melafix is indeed a good preventative and mild antiseptic for minor cuts and scrapes. In this advanced case however, I would advice you to "roll out the big guns" quickly before the infection goes...
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    Looks like an infected injury. Keeping water...

    Looks like an infected injury. Keeping water clean and nitrates low as possible would help, but at this stage, you might want to consider adding an antiseptic or an antimicrobial to the water....
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    I went with several weeks of soaking. After that,...

    I went with several weeks of soaking. After that, the tank had an off-color for 2 months.
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    Reliable and love how it bobs up to the top when...

    Reliable and love how it bobs up to the top when it detached so you don't have to go rummaging at the bottom of a 2 ft tall tank to retrieve it. Unfortunately it won't remove hard algae, but then...
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    Look up lymphocystis in corydoras. A non lethal...

    Look up lymphocystis in corydoras. A non lethal but disfiguring viral infection.
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    Nice to see you around again! Been a while...

    Nice to see you around again! Been a while indeed.

    As for your question, what about the keyhole cichlid? I hear they're very peaceful for their size and for cichlids in general, as well as being...
  23. I was just about to say so, but it looks like...

    I was just about to say so, but it looks like you've come to the conclusion yourself.

    Springtails are harmless detritivores. I have a heavily planted tank and a massive population myself. I don't...
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    We have intervened and continue to intervene in their habitat in A variety of extremely negative ways. If you really wanted net zero effects from human intervention on the whale population, we'd need...
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    While some people recommend replacing t5s once...

    While some people recommend replacing t5s once they burn out, I've definitely noticed a difference in brightness after a single year of use.
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