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  • Posted on: 29/6/2007 16:00
Re: My fish jumped out of the tank and died... #21
Levels would have to be exeptionaly high to make a fish jump out of a tank of water as if you had dropped it into battery acid, and the other fish would have reacted in a similar manner..................
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  • Posted on: 29/6/2007 15:30
Re: My fish jumped out of the tank and died... #22
Why.......
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  • Posted on: 29/6/2007 10:11
Re: Earthworms #23
Use chopped earthworms,they are one of the very best foods thst you can use. I use dendrobenas and red worms that I get from a fishing tackle shop and chop them up with a 3 bladed scissor thats made for the job. My fish go mad for there weekly feed of earthworms. Also they are a lot better than bloodworms as a food because BW's are virtualy all water.
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  • Posted on: 29/6/2007 10:01
Re: My fish jumped out of the tank and died... #24
I always keep the lights off for a day or so when introducing new fish as is seems to calm them down until they get settled. Some fish are more skittish than others and need longer to settle though....
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  • Posted on: 26/6/2007 18:59
Re: what do i do?????? #25
The makeings of a gorgeous marine tank or 13 hangovers in a hot place. No contest mate. Plus you could use the halides as a sun lamp whilst your tank is cycleing....
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  • Posted on: 25/6/2007 21:00
Re: Salinity level rising. #26
Why not just top-up with Ro water to dilute the salinity for now and do your water change when needed. I find that I have to replace about 4-5 pints of evaporated water in my tank every week.
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  • Posted on: 25/6/2007 19:12
Re: Salinity level rising. #27
What is probably hapening is that as your water is evaporating,so the salt content is rising. The remidy is to replace the evaporated water with pure RO water to compensate. Try to keep the salinity at 1.024 ish.
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  • Posted on: 23/6/2007 14:56
Re: Learning to Scuba Dive #28
I did my PADI in Playa Car Mexico 3 years ago. Stunning when you are out on the reefs.
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  • Posted on: 21/6/2007 23:46
Re: seio pumps... #29
Seio.. Probably the best value for money circ.pumps on the market.So dam good that I use them myself.....
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  • Posted on: 21/6/2007 23:43
Re: Testing PHOSPHATE #30
I will stick with my salifert......
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