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  • Gypsi's Avatar
    Today, 08:21 AM
    darn. They are very very difficult to grow. I know where one is, in a tiny pond, several years old, unless the cheaper pond service person that got the account has killed it.
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  • kaujong's Avatar
    Today, 07:14 AM
    Hi the jungle Vals inside my aquarium needs some trimming. $5 for 10 but minimum 20 please - - - Updated - - -
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  • mscotty12321's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:48 PM
    I acquired a saltwater aquarium and I have some equipment that I do not need. Pick up in Plano. Remora AquaC Protein Skimmer. $50. Hang on back of tank or sump. Includes pump. The pump works however the top cover of the pump housing is missing. This is cosmetic only and does not affect functionality of the pump. The electrical components of the pump are sealed in epoxy. See specs and instructions at...
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  • the fish gallery's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:32 PM
    albino aratus cichlids aratus cichlids albino soccolofi cichlids demasoni cichlids rusty cichlids o.b. Zebra cichlids
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  • nickchapman's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:19 PM
    If I remember correctly, products like prime renders ammonia-nitrIte-nitrAte non toxic. However everything is still there until your bacteria consumes it. I also think I remember reading that prime only bonds these things for 24-48 hours and then the are toxic again. I apologize if I am wrong and some one correct me, but I think this is why you are showing nitrItes in your dechlorinated tap water.
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  • Lil Dicken's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:52 PM
    Lil Dicken replied to a thread New setups in General freshwater
    Lookin' good!
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  • nickchapman's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:34 PM
    Duplicareus cories are my favorite.
    14 replies | 147 view(s)
  • CichlidHunter's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:34 PM
    Hey guys, I'm sure many of you have seen this before, but wanting to get some input as it is just weird! When I test my Aquariums they all (8 tanks) look like 0 ammonia, 0 Nitrites, and 0 Nitrates. All good, right? But when I test my tap water, I get 0 ammonia, .5 Nitrites and 20 Nitrates. I know it's nothing to worry about, as my tanks are well cycled and the Nitrites disappear quickly and Nitrates are not a level I would worry...
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  • Oliphant's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:01 PM
    Not yet.. I do like the bronze. Maybe Sterbai or skunk cories
    14 replies | 147 view(s)
  • distantsoil's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:01 PM
    Bump
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  • prahsms's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:44 AM
    Nice! have you decided what type of cories you want to get? I'm biased towards my bronze cories, but my corydora pygmaeus are a VERY close second. They're small, but none of your other fish listed would be large enough to worry about them getting eaten.
    14 replies | 147 view(s)
  • mtouhin's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:57 AM
    mtouhin replied to a thread New setups in General freshwater
    It'll be a while from now but what do you guys think about stocking the 125 with blue dimond discus? the 125 is the very last picture.
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  • dhawk52's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:32 AM
    Im interested in the fluval ac70. I will be in the area later today.
    12 replies | 529 view(s)
  • Oliphant's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:34 AM
    Thanks for all the replies. I think I've decided on a school of neon/cardinal tetras, a school of rasbora heteromorpha, silver hatchets, otos, and a few cories.
    14 replies | 147 view(s)
  • Virc003's Avatar
    08-17-2017, 09:46 PM
    I am worried about them crumbling. Originally, I was hoping to find limestone but these rocks were what I found first. There are several of them in my other tank too. Some of which have crumbled, others have not. The best part though is that they do change the water parameters such that I no longer have to dose calcium. Looks like I'll be off to a stone yard tomorrow regardless. I'd rather not waste any effort building something that won't...
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  • mtouhin's Avatar
    08-17-2017, 09:16 PM
    Friend of mine is selling fx6 $200, fx4$160, ehiem pro 4+ $120, fluval aquasky 48" $75 and fluval eco for $60. All products are brand new unopened box. Local pick up only at Grand Prarie tx. his name is Tri Duong. Message him for any details. He is not a member on this site, however you can reach him via facebook.
    0 replies | 40 view(s)
  • Michael's Avatar
    08-17-2017, 06:45 PM
    This is going to be a surprising candidate: Julidochromis regani, Regan's Julie. This species really surprised me by adapting very well to a planted 40B with a variety of other inhabitants. They need plenty of rock work, and a pair will choose a cave as their territory and defend it against all comers. But the territory is only about 6" in diameter, and as long as the other fish learn to respect it there will be no problems. They will even...
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  • nickchapman's Avatar
    08-17-2017, 06:31 PM
    I think that rock will change your water parameters I like the arrangement you created
    16 replies | 219 view(s)
  • Michael's Avatar
    08-17-2017, 06:20 PM
    The arrangement looks good, I am worried about the stone. If you found it in a White Rock tributary, it is almost certainly Austin Chalk. This is a very soft limestone bedrock that weathers into the black clay soils common in Dallas. It so soft that it will probably fall apart within a year, maybe sooner. Huge Austin Chalk boulders are reduced to chips in a few years when exposed to weather. Don't confuse this with the hard limestone sold...
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  • Virc003's Avatar
    08-17-2017, 05:11 PM
    So I went out and collected some rock for the diy background that I want to create. After playing with it for a little while I cam up with this rock formation. I plan to silicone (and possibly foam) the rocks together in bunches to make them stable and manageable. The curve on the back right is for equipment placement and to wall off some dead space that will hopefully be due to a floating emersed area above the tank. As a note, the light...
    16 replies | 219 view(s)
  • plant lady's Avatar
    08-17-2017, 05:00 PM
    If I had fewer blue marble angelfish in my 75, it would also have a school of lemon tetras, emperor tetras, Cory's and long fin green dragons.
    14 replies | 147 view(s)
  • naveen8944's Avatar
    08-17-2017, 04:29 PM
    For me.. Guppies.. always hyper active. Keeps the display tank lively.
    14 replies | 147 view(s)
  • Luiz's Avatar
    08-17-2017, 01:58 PM
    I have around 5 - 10g tanks, they are dirty and need clean up but holds water. IM me if interested.
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  • Nicholsons_Discus's Avatar
    08-17-2017, 11:22 AM
    I have always had a soft spot for good swordtails or platies. -john
    14 replies | 147 view(s)
  • ozzzz's Avatar
    08-17-2017, 09:52 AM
    ozzzz replied to a thread What's this stuff worth? in Equipment
    At any rate, I think I have decided to keep the stuff. I just got a brand new 40 Breeder.
    3 replies | 97 view(s)
  • carddude123's Avatar
    08-17-2017, 08:18 AM
    carddude123 replied to a thread Tanganyikans in For sale
    Ryan, I have 1 male/4 female pheno avail. So bought 1 7" male and and 5 5" female so these are avail.
    13 replies | 860 view(s)
  • papasmurf's Avatar
    08-17-2017, 06:55 AM
    threadfin rainbows...once settled in they really look nice. I have some kerri "blue emperor" tetras in a tank and they are very nice looking fish and not too common.
    14 replies | 147 view(s)
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