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  1. Update, finally add a few neon tetras to the tank, some shrimp and snails, it's been a week and so far everything isooking good
  2. I saw this tpoic and figured I should ask my question here: I currently have 2 pea puffers, I am planning down the road to merge my 3 small tanks into one 75 or 80 gallon tank, I am worried because I have amazon Frogs and Mystery snails, would the pea puffer try to eat the mystery snails? even though the snails are huge?
  3. Hey everyone. I am setting up my new 5 gallon tank and decided to make it special. I purchase a pop vinyl figure, dipped it in flex seal clear liquid, let it dry a few days and dipped it again and let dry a few days, then used aquarium silicone to glue it to an aquarium stone and let sit for a few days. Right now I will leave empty for a week or two and monitor the water before I attempt to put a fish in
  4. Yeah definitely monitoring this. he is still active so that's good. will keep you updated.
  5. Awesome! PVAS is close by. will check it out. Thanks!
  6. Yeah My wife picked them and fell in love with them. The kids love when they stretch and just stand.
  7. Hello Everyone, I am very new to the hobby and love it so far. I started with two Plattys and learning about balancing the aquarium and proper maintenance I am starting to get the hang on it. I now have three platty's, and 6 fry, 2 Amano Shrimp, 2 dwarf frogs, and three snails. I have a 30 gallon tank going through it cycle to get ready to move them all into the bigger tank. so far this site and forum has been open on my laptop and phone for two weeks, so much info and love how helpful everyone is.
  8. so one day after I increased the temp to 82-83 degrees, and added salt the white dots on the fin are gone and Chester is more active now. was this ICH? I heard of a form of ICH that is caused by stress, could it have been that? i was not able to get a before pic, but this is the after pic.
  9. Hello, I am new to the hobby, and this is my first time treating this. I have 3 platys, 2 african dwarf frogs, 2 shrimp, and 3 snails. the bigger platty started with the white dots on his tail, I have increased the temp to about 82, will go up to 84 soon, and I added aquarium salt. I have a bigger tank that I had planned to use once I had a cycle completed on it. would it be safe to move the everything but the platys without bringing the ICH to a new tank?
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