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  1. Did you do anything to trigger them spawning like a cool water change or multiple water changes in a row? Or just fed them good and let them do their thing?
  2. It's a worm feeding come from the Co-Op, cut down a bit and used a stainless steel washer for the bottom.
  3. Clicked this while shopping with Cory for just the first truckload of pipes and fittings we need to get the new indoor fish farm set up. Most of the fitting we bought all they had and still needed more.
  4. Liquid gold!!! So today was my best hatch ever with the Aquarium Co-op brine shrimp eggs. I’ve heard they are now back in stock. The difference for me with this hatch is using a new product that I’ve been testing for the Co-op. Not going to say it is right yet cause there is still testing to be done. The Gold Standard of brine shrimp eggs. Just sayin’
  5. Still a few days left for Christmas shopping, what are you going to get your fish?
  6. The square bottom bags that I use are from a company called ClearBags. Put the www in front and the .com behind and under bags you will find the Tropical Fish ones.
  7. Isn’t that one if the worst feelings. Especially when you are looking forward to some other project or family time. So lucky that you had a spare tank available. Somewhere around my place I have one of every sized tank I’m using in the fishroom. Sounds like you were able to save everything. Cut that old tank up for tops.
  8. A clump of leopard frog pleco eggs in the Ziss Egg Tumbler.
  9. I think 5 would be a great number to start with. Give them plenty of shells or other places to hide in and make their homes.
  10. Plan everything twice, think about it for a while, then plan everything twice again. be sure there is enough electrical outlets and circuits that can handle any power requirements. things to aspire for; central air system heating the whole room, which includes ventilation or dehumidifiing too. sink and drain in the room auto water changing thats a little bit for a start
  11. I’ve found that apistos and other dwarf cichlids are best kept in pairs or groups larger than five fish.
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