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  1. Default herrographic spectamia


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    Lady Hobbs what is herrographic spectamia, it sounds horrific!

    Cermet I'm a bit obssesive when it comes to keeping chemicals away from the tank.Once I used a contaminated algae scrubber on one of my discus tanks, I had to do two 50% water changes and filter carbon. Nearly lost them. My three fish buckets have fish only written on them.One has my algae scrubbers and nets in it.I've made that mistake b4. Thankyou for all your replies

  2. Default Water conditioner


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    Also I add water conditioner to take chlorine and chloromines out of the water,blackwater developer and a mineral as our local tapwater has a gh of near zero.I also use discus buffer to bring down the ph before I add anything else to the tap water.I just did a water change and there all looking happy. I would have thought the cardinals would have gone first if it was an ammonia issue.And I forgot to tell you the temperature, it is 27C.From what the lady at the LFS shop said pepperds can take it up to 28 and it never goes above 27c

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