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8 Gal. Endlers Live Bearer

I just finished redoing my 8 Gal. It was pretty much an overgrown forest. I purchased some Manzanita Wood and this is what I now have.

Please disregard all the algae that will be taken care of in the coming days.


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nice. That's a lot of endlers!
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i think i needs some moss on the driftwood. But other than that it looks great.

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I think that you have to many endlers

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Boy howdy, you gots ya some Endler's huh?

I thought I had a lot in my 10 gallon tank, but I think you've got me beat.

I'd take out the adult females, that'll give the bioload in the tank some relief.


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Boy howdy, you gots ya some Endler's huh?

I thought I had a lot in my 10 gallon tank, but I think you've got me beat.

I'd take out the adult females, that'll give the bioload in the tank some relief.
I agree completely, there may be too many in there, which could lead to persistent algae...

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Anyone want some for cheap???

I really don't want too much moss on the wood, but considering some on the bridge. Maybe some fontanilis. And don't know what I want in the center. I have so M. Mattogrosence but that grows too quick for such a small tank.


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nice endeler, too many though.

no thanks. i have guppies and its more then i can handle at the moment in terms of livebearers.

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wow lotta fish. lol.
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I've been trying to get rid of some for a while I had more a few weeks ago!!

As for the bio-load as long as I keep up with weekly water changes and a good fert dosing scedule I really don't have much problem.


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