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    0 Not allowed!
    I didn't say they were cycled i only said that it dosn't seem like it's stressfull since the young pair i have are spawning as im posting this

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    0 Not allowed!
    Cycling with fish is quite a task, as pointed out earlier...cycling with a spawning pair sounds daunting to me, just my 2 cents...
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    0 Not allowed!
    cycling with fish are very easy there is just 1 mistake you can make overfeeding i almost starve my fish all my friends does this aswell and they have never lost a fish in their life on the cycling. or im sorry 1 did lose a fish a 9 year old tetra didn't survive but it can also be from the age it died. As long as you keep the food low and don't use any very weak fish like discus, Oscars, mollies or guppies you are in for an easy cycle for the tank if you follow these tips from huge German aquarists but what do i know im not an expert im just reading experts tips and tricks and i even question them and wan't others experience like when i asked if i should add plants before fish or not for an safer cycle.

    Why it's hard to cycle a tank with the fish i mentioned are that the big ones are very exact on their water conditions while the small are breed to much since they only live for about 1-2 years when their wild counterparts gets to about 5-6 years in an aquarium. The fish i cycle with are those i had kept from when the aquariums were running a few month ago, and they are easy to keep and not to picky about water conditions like others are, also the reason why i keep this fish insted the fish i mentioned above

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    0 Not allowed!
    Quote Originally Posted by Nailroth View Post
    cycling with fish are very easy there is just 1 mistake you can make overfeeding i almost starve my fish all my friends does this aswell and they have never lost a fish in their life on the cycling. or im sorry 1 did lose a fish a 9 year old tetra didn't survive but it can also be from the age it died. As long as you keep the food low and don't use any very weak fish like discus, Oscars, mollies or guppies you are in for an easy cycle for the tank if you follow these tips from huge German aquarists but what do i know im not an expert im just reading experts tips and tricks and i even question them and wan't others experience like when i asked if i should add plants before fish or not for an safer cycle.

    Why it's hard to cycle a tank with the fish i mentioned are that the big ones are very exact on their water conditions while the small are breed to much since they only live for about 1-2 years when their wild counterparts gets to about 5-6 years in an aquarium. The fish i cycle with are those i had kept from when the aquariums were running a few month ago, and they are easy to keep and not to picky about water conditions like others are, also the reason why i keep this fish insted the fish i mentioned above
    OK, thanks for that info.
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    40 Gallon Breeder: ... Journal
    29 Gallon: ... Journal

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