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  1. #21

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    Hey Tom-how you feeling?
    75g- Plecos, Rainbowfish, Edlers, Espei, Gouramis, Cory, Loaches, Amano, and misc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhistlingBadger View Post
    When I set up my South American tank, I had all SORTS of inverts swimming around in there: Daphnia, planaria-like worms (they weren't planaria), seed shrimp, clam shrimp, cyclops, all sorts of nifty stuff. Then I introduced some angelfish and all those inverts mysteriously vanished. :)
    I wish that was an option for me haha I have seed shrimp and copepods in my shrimp tank. Can't really put a predator in there :(



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    Quote Originally Posted by BluewaterBoof View Post
    I wish that was an option for me haha I have seed shrimp and copepods in my shrimp tank. Can't really put a predator in there :(

    Well i could put my sister's puffer-Diva, in there. she would get rid of the snails-maybe the limpets too, but she would pout for about a week first. Plus I don't think she would leave my shrimp-lets alone-the adults yes-but not the baby/juvi.
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    That's my concern. Shrimplets are too valuable to risk!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Boundava View Post
    Hey Tom-how you feeling?
    Doing OK, Nat. The new magic glasses are really helping. Haven't had a crack at an elk yet this year, though, and the season is almost over, so I am struggling with sadness and despair about that.

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    I am glad the new glasses are helping. Sorry about the hunting season though, is it hard to hunt with glases or is the retort too much right now? Or am I 1000% off on both? lol
    75g- Plecos, Rainbowfish, Edlers, Espei, Gouramis, Cory, Loaches, Amano, and misc.
    Two 5.5g- Shrimp tanks; one with 4 chili rasbora & Bloody Mary and second with Blue Dream shrimp
    5.5g- Rescue female betta Lucky Star
    20L- Rescue betta Tony Stark and pygmy corys
    20L- Pygmy cory, 2 vampire/rock shrimp, ember tetras and female guppies

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    Well, the glasses are just for computer use--a bit like tinted reading glasses. For everything else it's my normal glasses, and they're just fine for hunting. Not sure what you mean by the retort being too much. Anyway, back to the original topic, perhaps? ha ha ha

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    Agreed, let's stop the thread hijack for now...I'm as guilty as anyone else, but back to the subject


    edo_tensei, what is the status on the tank?
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    Sorry for the late reply, had to find a new doctor (fifth time with the same bronchitis). Also, typhoons, kids, etc. I've been sitting here watching my HC slowly float upwards and pretty much refuse to root (they're all nice and healthy still, growing even...).

    Anyway, LFS. First shot is some hairy fish, so don't get too freaked out.

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    They have a wide variety of nano tanks, some partial and some full aquascape, in this sorta ADA-esque style. This one is a little over $200 USD? So you can buy some pre-cycled, pre-aquascaped tank if you want.
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    I guess they didn't show up, but there were loads of dwarf puffers in this display, the longest at about half a milimeter.

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