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|11-29-2012 04:20 AM|
|acejohn||Plants looks so healthy! Maybe those deworming pills helped with the plants in a way. LOL|
|11-21-2012 01:10 AM|
|bluestems||wow, it looks really good! I've been having a ton of algae issues too since getting a new high-light fixture. It's helped to reduce the photoperiod to just 7 hrs, but then I like to see the fish. I'm seriously considering going back to my medium-light desk top lamp, and seeing that hc is growing fine for you, I'm REALLY tempted to give up the aquasky!|
|11-20-2012 09:25 PM|
|LyzzaRyzz||Cute! Love it! J wish my tanks would be that pretty if I just left em alone! Lol|
|11-20-2012 08:52 PM|
What heater do you use in your filter? I have the same filter and would love to do the same!
|11-20-2012 08:41 PM|
So I rid my tank of the hydra shortly after posting the picture by using a tiny piece of de-worming pills for dogs from petco lol. The substrate was ADA if I remember correctly. My CO2 tank ran out over 3 months ago and I never decided to get it replaced, after taking down my salt water tank I was depressed about my tanks and just let it go... Topping it off with sink water and watching the algae go crazy. I finally about a month ago decided to do a nice water change with RO water and now top it off regularly after my cat drinks from it lol. This is what it looks like now with almost no help from me/ no CO2/ no chemicals. It's also completely algae free and I dropped a beta in :]
|04-20-2012 03:32 AM|
|FisheriesOmen||looks great so far! and ya you wanna get rid of those Hydras cause they have massive DPS (sc2 nerd reference FTW). Your HC looks so much cleaner/neater thanmine....kinda just let it all go to hell hahaha.|
|04-20-2012 03:24 AM|
|iRun||First, beautiful bowl. What substrate(s) are you using? Any pros/cons about the substrate you selected?|
|04-07-2012 04:44 AM|
Originally Posted by khima View Post
creepy. and self-multiplying!
also, they're cnidarians (like jellyfish), so they have the characteristic stinging cells. find a (shrimp-safe) way (searching the forum should do it) to get rid of them before you get shrimp, if you haven't already- i think people have had problems with them stinging/killing/eating shrimps (or at least babies).
|04-04-2012 11:31 PM|
I found this in my tank yesterday.. what is this creepy little thing? haha
I've found a few more clinging to the glass
|03-24-2012 05:23 AM|
|khima||the deco art filter has a plastic level attached to the pump, so after i adjusted it, it fits level. And I bought it at an aquarium store in san jose(dolphin pet village)|
|03-23-2012 01:25 AM|
I have the same bowl from tj maxx. I've been looking for a filter that would work with a cylinder shaped tank. Do you mind me asking where you found the art deco filter? I came across the azoo palm filter as well but i didnt know if there would be enough clearance on the filter body and intake pipe to mount on the curved edge.
Does the filter sit level or is it tilted?
|03-20-2012 05:12 AM|
|inka4041||Looks great! I love that you opted to keep the wood free of mosses. Definitely adds a nice contrast to the java fern in the background.|
|03-20-2012 05:12 AM|
|Kworker||Its roughly more than 2 gallons.. I filled it while empty to test it out. Took 2 empty Poland spring gal containers and some|
|03-20-2012 05:03 AM|
Originally Posted by pedropete View Post
|03-20-2012 03:32 AM|
|pedropete||looks super! how long has it been going?|
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