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i might be interested in more oebts, the subtrates i used didnt quite work out, currently only 4 left.., i might change it to sand substrate.

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i might be interested in more oebts, the subtrates i used didnt quite work out, currently only 4 left.., i might change it to sand substrate.

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All out lol. I have a couple dropped OEBT eggs in a net right now but those are the only OEBTs I may have. What substrate was it? Also parameters?
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What parameters were you breeding your TT in?
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What parameters were you breeding your TT in?
pH 7.0
gH 2-3
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Temp 76-77

Just regular tap water with occasional bit of almond leaves.
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i don't know for a fact yet what sand i use. ph 6.8 ppm178 gh 3 kh 4 temp 72


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weird. parameters look fine. if anything kH might be high but it shouldn't kill.

I meant to ask what the previous substrate was.
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I want to buy some rillis if I see the amano eat another cherry shrimp. lol. I didn't see any dead cherries until this amano came along :/

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and by some miracle the few leaves of a marsillea minuta is still alive despite being abused and left floating for a good majority of the past 6 months.



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regular substrates you see in any pet store which i cycled it, and the seiryu rock i put in
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I want to buy some rillis if I see the amano eat another cherry shrimp. lol. I didn't see any dead cherries until this amano came along :/

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regular substrates you see in any pet store which i cycled it, and the seiryu rock i put in
Before getting more, you should try to pull the rocks out and see if the rest survive any better.
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imma relocate them first, and see how they do.. have the sudden urge to move it to my taiwan bee tanks lol, dont know what kind of babies its gonna throw out.

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I want to buy some rillis if I see the amano eat another cherry shrimp. lol. I didn't see any dead cherries until this amano came along :/

99% of the plants in my tank originally came from you Gtu
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You should get his 20g to complete the GTU2004 setup.

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Lol, I wish I had the space....
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imma relocate them first, and see how they do.. have the sudden urge to move it to my taiwan bee tanks lol, dont know what kind of babies its gonna throw out.

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yea, it might not be a bad idea. lol. I'm sure that the taiwan bee's tank receives a better care than other tanks. Look out of pH though. I personally would see if you can get them to survive first before going out to buy more.
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