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01-16-2007 10:27 PM
ianiwane Sorry tank was broken down. I have 3 right now which is already too many.
01-15-2007 04:32 AM
sandiegoryu I'll join the demand! I love this tank! One of the threads I've bookmarked for nano reference, but my bookmarks disappeared so not anymore.
01-15-2007 01:46 AM
fish_lover0591 any updates on this ?
11-01-2006 04:00 AM
Originally Posted by figgy View Post
Maybe a matter of taste, but to my eye, there are too many different plant species in there...

Out of topic!
But Fig! You have such cute avatar!
07-09-2006 04:30 AM
Originally Posted by Marc
That's not really true. In nature there are no filters...everything is a cycle.

Plants will naturally take in ammonia and nitrite. If there were no plants in there- that would be a different story.
All depends on what you consider a filter. Most, if not all bodies of water are feed by either streams or rivers, which are in a sense filters. When moving water passes over and through rocks, gravel, etc. it is in a sence being "filtered". Mother Nature is the best biological filter you could ever hope to use.
05-15-2006 04:58 AM
Nightshop Very nice.

It's fun seeing beauty's in small packages as well as large ones.
05-02-2006 12:57 AM
ianiwane exactly it, also female endlers get quite large. I took the endlers out b/c I added some bee shimp into the mix.
04-26-2006 08:18 PM
alphacat Oh course! I should've guessed.

Thanks neighbor!
04-26-2006 07:43 PM
Matthew Mahling 1 Endlers male + 1 Endlers female = 20 more endlers in about 30 days.
At least in my experience.
By having the same sex couple = 0 offsring.
04-26-2006 05:14 PM
alphacat Possibly a stupid question, but: why did you choose male-only Endlers?
04-26-2006 07:04 AM
HEINEKEN357 Great looking tank you got there. where you get the pressurized CO2, ADA regulator/canister?
04-22-2006 01:11 AM
ianiwane update taken today. I pulled out the mini moss and splits the fissidens on three rocks.
04-22-2006 01:08 AM
ianiwane I've only cleaned it twice since I had the tank set up. I got the sponge from a fellow sfbaaps member. I am not sure where he got it from.

Originally Posted by krazykidd86
Great looking tank and progress. Where'd you get that sponge for your intake and how often do you have to clean it if it gets clogged up and reduces flow?
04-19-2006 07:24 PM
krazykidd86 Great looking tank and progress. Where'd you get that sponge for your intake and how often do you have to clean it if it gets clogged up and reduces flow?
03-20-2006 01:03 AM
ianiwane I placed 3 stems of Ludwigia sp. Guinea on the right hand side. I'll take a picture when it grows in. I hope it will grow well in this environment. The tank was pearling like mad today, pretty cool for something so small.
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