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Dazzler83 Dazzler83
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  • Posted on: 29/10/2009 22:17
Re: Two little critters in my trpoical tank #31
usualy in on plants that are farmed in large outdoor farms (lots of tanks under the sun allows the dasil fly to lay their eggs in the tanks) the eggs will require a little heat to hatch so when they are introduced to an indoors tank the temp goes up slightly and there you have a baby nymph ready to eat any small fish up to 3times their size.

amazing creatures
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Dazzler83 Dazzler83
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  • Posted on: 24/10/2009 15:42
Re: MTS #32
I'll get them sent as soon as we know if the postal service is done with their strikes.
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  • Posted on: 23/10/2009 10:25
Re: MTS #33
I will do thanks cathie as long as they go to a good home.

other than that i think e-bay will be the next stop.
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  • Posted on: 23/10/2009 9:30
Re: MTS #34
they seem to float on teh surface untill they are caught by the valis then creep down the plants till they are in the substraight i think its me being over enthusesatic during water changes and vacuum disterbing them and tehy dont have enough weight to break teh surface tension of the water.
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Dazzler83 Dazzler83
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  • Posted on: 23/10/2009 7:38
Re: MTS #35
haha no mine seem to have gone mad to i havent been excessive on feeding either if anything most of my fish are on a diet haha.

looked in the tank this morning and there are hundreds of little baby MTS floating on the water surface

thought i'd offer though see if i can help anybody.
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  • Posted on: 22/10/2009 20:52
Re: SFF Biotope tank - update #36
Midnight fighting?would stripe not be too preoctipied with his fry and eggs? sure he would chase indigo and pepper away but would the perental instincts of the betta not prevail over any aggression?? how close is the spot you found the two girls from stripes nest? just a sugestion but what about id you take stripe out of the tank for a bit try and saye the nest and fry/eggs. current fry put in a container for a few hours. stripe and nest in the Q-tank and have a rummage through the substraight see if you smell the bad eggs? just a sugestion might just rule out the hydrogen sulphide theory. other than that can you take a water sample to a LFS and get a more compriensive water test performed?
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Dazzler83 Dazzler83
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  • Posted on: 22/10/2009 20:33
MTS #37
I have an influx of MTS in one of my tanks

does anybody want any? i'll send these snails 1st class recorded and in small batches if lots of people want them

best kept in tropical tanks as the snails are mpre active in 23degC+ water

pm me if you want any.


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  • Posted on: 22/10/2009 20:23
Re: Join the FK Fighters Clan! #38
Its propper daft but is an amazing game all you have to do is chose your apponent

hehe.
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  • Posted on: 15/10/2009 7:56
Re: Is this a stickleback? #39
looks more like tommy to me just looking ay the caudal fins and the shape of the mouth and as GB says he looks very proportional to be fry.
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  • Posted on: 9/10/2009 10:38
Re: cultivating algae #40
try and get some nitrazorb this will help absorb some of the excess nitrates that are in your tank causing the brown algae to grow. leave the lights on for less time per day and keep cleaning i use a green scouring pad to keep my glass free from algae
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