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  1. Weiro792

    Plant help

    From my experience, Any type of anubias is extremely slow growing and takes quite a bit of time to attach itself to a new piece of wood. Especially if it was in a pot with a significant amount of roots like the ones pictured. I believe that the only portion of roots that will attach is any new...
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    Looking for Star Grass in New England, USA

    Thanks, but its out of stock there. I try to avoid online shopping when I can, which is why I tried here first. I may end up getting some off of Ebay, saw some there.
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    Looking for Star Grass in New England, USA

    As the title says, I'm wondering if anyone on here has some star grass that they are willing to part with a few stalks? I'm in the Boston Area, I have quite a few plants I'd be willing to trade! PM me if you have any or know of someone who may!
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    Need help identifying a couple plants

    I think that's Right! The worker at the LFS told me the name of it and I should have written it down. But that definately rings a bell and looks exactly like it when I google it! Thanks for your help!
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    Need help identifying a couple plants

    Thank you! I will take a look at the cross section when I get home. There are a couple leaves that can be pruned due to them being older. Thanks for advice! If you wouldn't mind sending the text along that'd be great! I'll pm you with my email.
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    Need help identifying a couple plants

    Hey everyone, haven't been on here in a while but I'm trying to figure out what these two plants are, the one on the left I believe is some type of sword, the one in the middle is almost like a long leaf rotala, but I can't nail them down. Any thoughts?
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    Floating plants

    I've used a broken stick in the past, you just lightly wedge it so it doesn't put excess pressure on the tank. Works wonders and looks natural.
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    Gobies And Cories Compatible?

    I've had them with both yo-yo and kukli loaches. and they don't bother each other in the least. Kuhli loaches don't eat snails from my experience however. I've given up trying to get rid of my pond snails with fish. get a couple assassin snails and a dwarf crayfish. I've also seen my 3 Scarlet...
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    Gobies And Cories Compatible?

    I had a couple neon blue stiphodon gobies with a group of about 12 pygmy cories, they didn't bother each other in the least. However gobies like harder cooler water than the cories. I've had better luck with rainbow stiphodon gobies though, they're a bit more hardy. Hope this helps! The Gobies...
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    Check Out What I Found At My Lfs!

    Yeah it was a lucky find! I am at a loss though, can't decide if I should get rid of 2 of my 3 males or set up a small 5 gallon tank for the pair? Any thoughts?
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    Check Out What I Found At My Lfs!

    I've been looking for a female Scarlet Badis for a long time and I had given up. But check out what I found today at my LFS
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    Freshwater Figure Eight Puffers?

    As far as I know that is not true. I could be wrong though... To my knowledge the only true freshwater puffer is the dwarf puffer. I have one and they are awesome little fish. They get to about a half an inch and act very similarly to their salt water cousins! Maybe someone with actual...
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    Riccia Fluitans Background.

      Ah that makes sense... I currently have enough in my tank to seed the mesh. I think at least. I'm going to do a test section first and see how it goes!
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    Riccia Fluitans Background.

    From my understanding isn't Riccia a fast grower? from my experience with it, it doubles in size in about a week... 
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    Riccia Fluitans Background.

    How costly were you thinking? I found some mesh at my local craft store and it should cost me less than 5 us dollars.
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    Riccia Fluitans Background.

    So I've been contemplating creating some type of a back ground for my 55 gallon planed tank. I was thinking about a slate rock, but then decided it would probably be too heavy, they I looked into the fake rock(foam covered in cement) but don't want to drain my tank... Then I thought of...   A...
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    For All The Nerds Out There I Guess :b

    Very Nice! I built my computer probably 6 or 7 years ago... I think it's about time to do it again... maybe more like yours with the liquid cooling... What are you running in it?
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    Different Rainbows Schooling

    Thats what I figured about them schooling together. I was actually planning on having about 8 of each once I sell off some of my peacock gudgeons.   I have also noticed that the fork tails are more active than the thread fins but it doesn't seem to bother the thread fins. I'm wondering why...
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    Different Rainbows Schooling

    So I have 6 blue eye fork tail rainbows and  5 thread fin rainbows, all of which school together.    I was just wondering if this is typical behavior.    Also I have a bit of an issue with the male to female ratio of my forktail rainbows. I have 5 males and 1 female as this is all they had at my...
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    Help I Got Snails!

    Just adding in my 2 cents... I have a snail "problem" as well. I used to hate it, but now I don't mind... Here's why:   1. They help break down the fish waste and any extra food. 2. I just am over trying to get rid of them. 3. I have several little creatures to eat them and keep the population...
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