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Thread: Are my neons scared of light?
02-25-2008, 01:28 AM #11
you can also stick some java moss to a cork and let it float around the tank untill your proper floating plants start giving some decent shade doug30g Planted - Rocky Balbetta, albino corys, Neons, Bolivian rams
55g - Australian perch, Medium crayfish, elodia
10g - holding tank
5g Hex - empty for the moment
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02-25-2008, 05:04 AM #12Member Goldfish
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02-25-2008, 02:02 PM #13
"you can also stick some java moss to a cork and let it float around the tank untill your proper floating plants start giving some decent shade"
That's an idea, thanks!75g - 20 cardinals : 7 panda cory : 5 Julii cory : 9 zebra danios : 1 CAE : 2 SAE : 2 yo-yos : 1 BN
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02-25-2008, 02:11 PM #14
0Originally Posted by Axis of Weasel
Check your phonebook for a local Brewing Supply store. We have several of them in Pittsburgh. You can go buy new corks for pennies, both natural and synthetic. I bought a bag of 1000 for when I make wine, they cost me about $120.00.The former ZCciVic22!
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02-25-2008, 05:50 PM #15
How long have your tetras been in there???
If it's too short maybe they are just afraid. Once they feel comfortable they should open swim in the tank.Luis
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02-25-2008, 05:59 PM #16
Mine hide all day long and come out when I'm by the tank only because they want food.75g amazon theme journal
02-26-2008, 01:03 AM #17
i have floating watersprite in my tank. i bought 2 med plants 2 months ago, now i have 2 large plants with babies all over the bottom leaves(the ones not on the surface) and about 30 smaller plants that are growing really fast. that is without co2 and with some crappy ferts.(the only kind i could find in town) it can also be grown as a bushy plant if you stick it in the gravel. i'll know how well that works in a month or so as i just planted some last week50g-lungfish
29g-planted tank, kuhli loachs, neon tetras, pleco
20g-blue yabbie, danios
10g-cycling for shrimp
2g and 1g- 1 snail each
02-26-2008, 03:23 AM #18