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rik200877 rik200877
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  • Posted on: 8/10/2007 14:26
Re: dwarf cichlids #1
hi fishy i have some other tank mates. congo tetras, long fin danios and corys plus 2 bristlenose cats.
so much to learn!!!


rik200877 rik200877
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  • Posted on: 8/10/2007 14:13
Re: dwarf cichlids #2
i already have a pair of rams and a pair of kribs not sure if i could introduce anymore?
so much to learn!!!


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  • Posted on: 7/10/2007 22:34
dwarf cichlids #3
hi can anyone advise me on how many pairs of dwarf cichlids i should keep in a 180 litre tank obviously i know this can depend on species im just after a rough guide.
so much to learn!!!


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  • Posted on: 29/9/2007 22:02
Re: clay in aquarium #4
hi have just read that the clay must be barium free
so much to learn!!!


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  • Posted on: 28/9/2007 21:46
Re: clay in aquarium #5
i think that there are different types of clay not sure?
so much to learn!!!


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  • Posted on: 28/9/2007 20:58
clay in aquarium #6
hi. i would like to make a structure out of kiln blasted clay! would this affect the ph or have any other adverse affects on my tropical setup?
so much to learn!!!


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  • Posted on: 11/7/2006 13:51
interesting book #7
hi all

has anyone read the book an atlas of freshwater and marine catfishes (a preliminary survey of the siluriformes) by Warren E. Burgess

its the best book ive ever read! fantastic
so much to learn!!!


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  • Posted on: 16/6/2006 23:18
Re: urgent help needed #8
just thought i would add this. us carp fishermen use a product called klinik to heal spawning wounds. i have also read that bonjella is very good (this is normally used for small children that are teething), its antiseptic and water proof
so much to learn!!!


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  • Posted on: 20/3/2006 16:05
Re: hair algea #9
i have just read goldy's link on algea growth it was very helpful.

i have been using interpet's aqualibrium which is salt with a ph buffer. do you think that this is my main problem?
so much to learn!!!


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  • Posted on: 20/3/2006 12:20
Re: hair algea #10
yes its very well planted
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