My husband works for the City’s water and sewer department. So I know EXACTLY what’s in our tap. And while it’s great for humans it is not great for fishes. 🙂
- I saw a number of videos that showed that seachem fertilizers were much better that A-Co-op. But I had to get to free shipping so here I am with their stuff.
I did find some large yellow eggs in some of the plants, I discarded them.
My Scarlet temple fell apart in shipping but they will send me another. So that’s a plus.
They were also super nice about it.
- so the long fin things are kind of like “oodle” dogs then? Higher price for a must with false promises?
Yikes. But that makes sense to me.
Perhaps just regular cories then
Could you elaborate on your anti- community tank philosophy?
I have been reading massive amounts of information for months and I have never heard an argument against it, as long as the fish don’t overwhelm the filtration and have similar water parameter/environment needs.
My goal, as I am sure every fishkeeper’s goal is to create a stable environment for the animals.
Experimenting on living creatures is not a thing that I’m interested in.
I will cycle this thing and test whatever I must test until I’m sure it is safe for fishes.
I will look at the water parameters and make my stocking choices from there. Which is why I’ve not finalized my decisions yet.
I am excited to have the biggest tank I’ve ever had in my life. And getting a couple of cool fishie schools though 🙂
It’s gonna be AWESOME