Can rasbora espei and peacock gudgeons live in a PH of 8.0-8.2?

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I have said what I think you should be doing and you are looking for other ways, you need to do what you think is best.
 

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How much does it normally run for per gallon?
I don't know, I've never needed to buy water from LFS
What about pea puffers?
do not put pea puffers in a pH of 8.2, they'll do far worse than your gudgeons or whatever, all puffers are very sensitive to water conditions, especially the pea puffers because of their small size
 

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maybe you can set up rain water barrels outside, but you'd probably need a lot of them depending on how much rain you get though
a mix of tap and rain water will lower your pH and KH like RO water
 
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maybe you can set up rain water barrels outside, but you'd probably need a lot of them depending on how much rain you get though
a mix of tap and rain water will lower your pH and KH like RO water
So, what I'm doing now is I let the hose water run out for 3 minutes and then put a but of conditioner in a bucket and filled it up... In letting it set out for the day and then in the morning ill test it
 

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So, what I'm doing now is I let the hose water run out for 3 minutes and then put a but of conditioner in a bucket and filled it up... In letting it set out for the day and then in the morning ill test it
I don't see what that's going to do for you if you already let your regular kitchen/bathroom water stand out for a day
 

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