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Thanks guys :) the tank has now been cycling for over 8 weeks; ammonia and nitrites are showing 0, and nitrates 10. This is the same as when I...
Back from my holidays after leaving my tanks in the care of my OH, and will soon be ready to stock my 120l [IMG]
After lots of helpful...
I'm planning on a dwarf gourami for my Lido too...so excited...
Good stuff, keep us posted [IMG]
Don't feel too glum about it, you're doing the right thing for your fish. Anyway if you're anything like me, you'll need the full cycling time to...
Possibly. The Oscar is the one I remember :( like the RD in this thread, it looked so unhappy in that tiny space.
Ugh, don't. I remember there was one on Ebay around Christmas time - stocking was something like an oscar, a bala and a common pleco in a...
That's what I was wondering, whether it had already been stunted :( poor thing.
I'm in Lancashire; sadly I don't have the space for the kind of set up this fish would need. Is it still a juvenile?
Sorry to hear you've lost some of your stocking - do you still have the albis? I really like them [IMG]
5 gallons seems to be the general consensus.
Looking good, Tek, this will be really helpful :)
How about African Dwarf Frogs? I know, not a fish, but a fairly popular nano inhabitant.
Absolutely gorgeous pup :D congratulations, Gidge!
Probably right, 3 gal is the absolute bare minimum as I understood it :)
Dwarf puffers? The thread on here says a single puffer can be kept in as little as 3 gallons, if you're manic about water changes.
Oh, zebra plecos... [IMG] so expensive, though!
I'm a little biased, but what about a betta splendens? Some fancy guppies come in stunning...
When I was a kid I did the unforgivable - a goldie in a bowl :( we also had a cat at the time. The poor little goldie came to a very messy end.
Oh wow, this is going to be a tough choice...
I'm in love with the first BE violet plakat [IMG]
Do you keep these girls in a sorority tank?
Ah, funny how these things happen! Well, hopefully she'll find another happy home soon. Unfortunately, yes, Aylesbury would be a bit far for me...