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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-04-2015, 05:22 PM Thread Starter
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RAOK plants in College Station

Hey folks. I know school is back in swing and that usually brings a handful of planted tank college students to town. For those interested, I'm in south college station and have a 75 gallon Dutch style planted tank which I trim heavily, frequently. I will offer anything I'm trimming as a RAOK free of charge because if you don't take it, it's going to compost. I have a variety of species so if you're interested just shoot me a PM. Also...looking for shrimps, or any kind. Not too picky, I'd be happy with culls to be honest. Just something to help keep my substrate a little tidier.


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Perhaps I'll do that eventually. I just hate the post office lol


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FTS after a fresh trim


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Good eye. That barb is pushing 7-8 years old at this point. The endless...oh they usually live about 5-6 months before croaking. I believe they prefer harder more alkaline water and a higher ph which is the exact opposite of what I run. What you don't see are an army of pond snails, a few Otos, a baby albino bristlenose pleco and an adult brown bristlenose. I had intended to get angelfish but just never got around to it. The fish stores here use tap water which rocks about an 8.4 ph and I am somewhere in the mid 6's so acclimating locally bought fish is very difficult and my success rate is abysmal


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