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    11-29-2017, 06:53 PM
    That's terrible!
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    11-19-2017, 09:13 AM
    A friend used to collect and repair these tanks. She disassembled them, removed all the old sealant, and reassembled with black silicone. I don't know what brand she used.
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    11-13-2017, 06:21 PM
    Michael replied to a thread Albino Endler in Livebearers
    Is it an albino or a "blond" leucistic? Albinos are white or pinkish with pink eyes. Blond or leucistic females are pale yellow with orange or pink eyes. Males are marked with yellow, white, and orange. The reason I ask is that my strain of tiger Endler's carries the recessive blond gene, and occasionally produces blond individuals. The blond mutation almost certainly originated in guppies and was transferred to Endler's when the two...
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    11-12-2017, 06:34 PM
    Sure, come and catch them. I only have 50 or so. Send me a PM
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    11-12-2017, 08:08 AM
    I've never tried keeping a single male by himself, but I do notice that very small groups of Endler's (like a breeding trio) seem much more timid than larger groups. So my guess is that a single male will be even more timid. You probably already know this, but female Endler's are practically born pregnant, and can store sperm and produce many "litters" from a single mating. So your mature female will continue having babies long after you...
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    11-11-2017, 03:43 PM
    Michael replied to a thread Duckweed in Aquarium Plants
    Agree on frogbit. Red root floaters have always been difficult for me.
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    11-11-2017, 10:45 AM
    Michael replied to a thread Duckweed in Aquarium Plants
    As other people have said, some fish really like to eat it. It also is great for absorbing excess nitrogen, acting as a biological filter. And if your lights are too bright, it will shade the tank, reduce algae, and create dim conditions for fish that like low light. Do I have in in any of my tanks? No! I don't like the way it looks, it sticks to everything, gets transferred to every tank you own, and is really difficult to eradicate. ...
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