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  1. I had some koi angelfish and four neon tetras that the angelfish grew up with. Then I added 20 new neons the other day, and all the neons ended up as snacks. I want to switch my 55g planted tank to a nice colorful community tank and have gotten rid of my angels, but would like to keep my apistos but wanted to make sure I wouldn’t end having another masacre if I decided to add more neons and/ or guppies.
  2. I have a 55 gallon planted tank with a pair of apistogramma cacatuoides super red in it. I want to fill it with some neon tetras and/or guppies. Are the apistos going to eat any of the neons or guppies though? TIA
  3. Hello, I have had this occur many times but never been bothered because I wasn’t really prepared to raise fry and thought to myself, “if they breed and raise them on their own, then cool, and if not, oh well”. However, I would like to raise some fry now from my koi angelfish. I have a breeding pair that have successfully laid eggs many times. Every time they lay, for the first day the eggs look awesome, then the second day there will be a few that look like they have turned completely white/cloudy, then the third day the majority if not all will be that way, then they eventually are just all gone. Idk if the just decide to eat them since they won’t hatch or what. I have tried removing some of the white eggs when I saw them at first as well, and it just doesn’t seem to prevent them from all getting that way. I have tried taking the eggs away from the parents and the eggs still did the same thing. I will try to include photos and update this next time they lay. Has anyone ran into this problem before and any advice on helping with this would be much appreciated
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    PH: 7-7.2 Ammonia: 0 ppm Nitrite: 0 ppm Nitrates: 10 ppm Temperature: 77 Just bought Otocinclus Catfish from PetSmart and noticed this today, but I am new and I don't know exactly what it is. Please let me know if you've seen this before or know what it is and what you used or would use to fix it.
  5. I have just recently started looking into raising baby brine shrimp to adults. I have not been able to find a whole lot of information about the best way to do this, and I also haven't seen too much information on the benefits of raising these baby brine shrimp. I am Interested to know how anyone has successfully raised them, and why you do it?
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