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  1. Thread: sea monkeys

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    They will live in seawater, not fresh water. Give...

    They will live in seawater, not fresh water. Give them to someone with a saltwater aquarium?
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    A 20 gallon tank is too small for breeding pairs...

    A 20 gallon tank is too small for breeding pairs of just about anything larger than Apistogramma species. You could do a colony of African multifasciatus if you tossed in several dozen escargot...
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    Their venom is more potent than other bees or...

    Their venom is more potent than other bees or hornets, but a single sting isn't going to kill you unless you're allergic and go into shock. They've been aware of the hornets coming this way for...
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    I saw a video shot in a Mexican river a few years...

    I saw a video shot in a Mexican river a few years ago. Same thing, but the narrator said they were completely stripping the available food, starving out native species. Essentially like an aquatic...
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    Meh, 215 lbs isn't as bad as my 220, lol. It's...

    Meh, 215 lbs isn't as bad as my 220, lol. It's 7'x2'x2', had to take the back door and basement door off the hinges to fit it through. Wasn't bad getting it down the stairs. just used a couple of 8'...
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    Check out planetcatfish.com for more specific...

    Check out planetcatfish.com for more specific info on that particular species. You can also find other users on that site that keep the same fish, and try messaging them.
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    Click on the "55 gallon" library page link for...

    Click on the "55 gallon" library page link for some recommended stockings. In the left corne is a link to the forum, with various folders to address more specific concerns.
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    Here's a link to a cichlid forum library, which...

    Here's a link to a cichlid forum library, which addresses tanks size and compatability questions. Spend some time reading through the forum posts, and you'll likely find just about every sort of...
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    Jewels won't mix well with mbuna, I ran 2...

    Jewels won't mix well with mbuna, I ran 2 aquaclear 70's or 110's on my 55's. I used UG filter plates, with one filter drawing through a lift tube on each plate. Kept debris from collecting under the...
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    I tried that once, many years ago. Found a pinky...

    I tried that once, many years ago. Found a pinky finger size baby electric catfish at a dept store pet department, labelled as a common pleco. Put the wee zapper into my 55 gallon African cichid...
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    Bristlenose plecos are the best bet for...

    Bristlenose plecos are the best bet for eatingalgae/keeping the glass clean in an mbuna tank. Just make sure there's sufficient cover for the pleco to escape overactive cichlids.
  12. I bred/raised hundreds of BN plecos some years...

    I bred/raised hundreds of BN plecos some years ago. I started with 3 pairs in a 30 gallon tank. As long as the males had enough suitable caves to claim separate territories they were fine, but the...
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    Geeze, I was starting to feel like one of the...

    Geeze, I was starting to feel like one of the last oldtimers around here, lol. I'm down to the 220 now, all the smaller tanks have been fishless for a few years. The 125 currently houses a large...
  14. Patience, and let them grow out normally. If you...

    Patience, and let them grow out normally. If you want something to breed faster get some Ancistrus. They typically mature about 8 months after hatching.
  15. They're slow to mature, may actually be a couple...

    They're slow to mature, may actually be a couple more years before they'll breed.
  16. IME a sponge filter is much bette than airstones...

    IME a sponge filter is much bette than airstones or bubble wands. Those always accumulate minerals and clog up over time. reducing the airflow and circulation. The ATI hydrosponge pro series are the...
  17. Thread: At last!

    by toddnbecka
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    IME the advantages of a compound bow are the...

    IME the advantages of a compound bow are the reduced stress of holding at full draw for any length of time and arrow speed. The carrying weight is certainly greater, but it depends on where you're...
  18. Thread: At last!

    by toddnbecka
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    Awesome accomplishment, well done. The next...

    Awesome accomplishment, well done.

    The next level challenge is to hold a hunting knife between your teeth, drop down on the deer from a tree, and cut his throat on the run through the brambles....
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    If they're slow-moving on substrate or objects,...

    If they're slow-moving on substrate or objects, they're baby snails. If they're free-swimming, they're daphnia. Harmless either way, though snails can become a nuisance.
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    Any of the brichardi complex species will...

    Any of the brichardi complex species will overcrowd the tank relatively quickly. They're very socially territorial, and the colony will just keep expanding as the older fry protect the new, smaller...
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    You could do a tank full of yellow lab's and...

    You could do a tank full of yellow lab's and demasoni in a 50. More colorful and active for a show tank than tropheus anyway.
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    Tank is simply too small for a colony. Tropheus...

    Tank is simply too small for a colony. Tropheus really need to be kept in large numbers, or as a single fish. Aside from the adults there will be fry growing out too.
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    I was just wondering the same thing as I logged...

    I was just wondering the same thing as I logged on.
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    I've had aquariums and fish nearly my whole life....

    I've had aquariums and fish nearly my whole life. They became much more interesting when I was old enough to choose my own fish, lol. I bred a number of different species of cichlids, catfish, and of...
  25. Thread: Bogwood

    by toddnbecka
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    Aside from the debris it won't do any harm. Add a...

    Aside from the debris it won't do any harm. Add a clown pleco (Panaque) and it will happily eat the soft wood. Will still make a mess pooping it out, but the wood will be well used, lol.
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