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Hmm. If you've somewhere bigger to put them you could simply double the amount of water each day?
Been away since the 7th, so I've just caught up.
Love the videos and pictures! Congrats on the new babies :D
Done :good: no problem!
Hey, saw your post in BA&S, what did you want the title changing to? :)
I would agree with that - the rocks feel very split, rather than complimentary. Iwagumis are hard though, so it could take some time ti get it...
It's his 19th 21st birthday Ian ;) :lol:
Happy birthday dude :good:
Cyprinids species index, cyprinids forum :good:
:o ouch. Yeah I can see why other things would take priority.
I really like the C. duplicareus as well. They're gonna be a bit tough to find too....
I'd be really concerned about algae on the cones.... as Liz said it;s not much plant mass and even with low lighting algae can still take hold...
We will, of course, require video or photographic proof if this happens ;) :lol: :whistle:
ahahaha :lol: love it!
Depends what you mean by "better". If you mean more consistent over the whole area of the tank then yes. If you mean stronger then no.
Very :good: the hard bit is finding pipe to fit. Drilling holes is dead easy. I was really proud of mine when I made it :nod:
Eh? :no: no no no no noooooo!
Cmon... if you're gonna buy him a house, do it right and have a whole room as a fish tank! Imagine how many neons...
I'd love for it to get that big - we'll see how it does though. The plants around the edges are under the shadow from the planters anyway - that's...
:lol: me or Sal?!
No, I didn't actually take a picture of him... although the thought did cross my mind! :lol: :angel:
:lol: yeah that's a pretty good summary. I'll admit I don't like to leave it - I prefer to add it sooner rather than later. However, I've also...