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  1. Okay cool! I’m thinking before the move. Easier to catch the kuhli loaches in the 16 that i am putting away.
  2. It’s a short drive so I was planning on keeping them in tact and just draining them.
  3. Hello! i am moving soon and need to tear down my 16 gallon. Since I will only be able to keep my two 5 gallon tanks. I want to use this as an opportunity to rescape since I will be using some plants from my 16 gallon and want to change gravel. Should I do this before the move so I don’t have to save plants in a bucket while I move? Or would it be better to wait?
  4. I have had no problem with my baby shrimp. The rainbows are mainly surface dwellers so they rarely interact.
  5. Hello! My aunts Betta seems to have a case of minor fin rot. She lives in a 2.5 Gallon tank so it makes dosing the med trio a bit difficult. Any advice on how to dose her tank?
  6. I agree. I have been dosing the carbon but it has been difficult to be consistent. I’m doing the Amano Shrimp path now and I’ll let you know how it goes
  7. Sounds good! Is there any additional tests/ things I could try to cut out the source of the Staghorn? I remember you mentioning on a stream that it takes time to arrive so it will take time to get rid of.
  8. There is a lot of Staghorn algae on the Val and the edges of the leaves on the anubias and the swords.
  9. @Cory would love some input if possible 🙂 or is it okay to make a repost?
  10. I am not sure what you mean by that. It’s on a timer for 6 hours total in the day. And is in the first light setting that this lamp comes with.
  11. Hello! I am currently battling with Staghorn algae. Which for some reason is only affecting one of my tanks. Would love some help! The tank is a 16 Gallon Fluval Spec and I use the included light on a two light cycle day. In the morning for 1 hour, and in the evening for 5. Stocking: 1 Kuhli Loach 6 Cherry Shrimp 6 Spotted Blue Eye rainbows 8 Ember Tetras 4 Pygmy Cory Cats Parameters 16 Gallon Tank PH 7.8 Ammonia 0 Nitrite 0 Nitrate 5ppm (water changed yesterday) I am currently dosing Easy Carbon once a day. But it seems to only have an effect when I spot treat. And not when I dose the entire tank.
  12. The Yellow Dwarf rainbow fish is a different one. Pseudomogil Gertrudae is known as the Spotted blue eye Rainbowfish. And is a great little nano fish that’s very active and also easy to breed if you want to try that later down the line.
  13. Yup I meant shrimp! Thank you for the Info! I’m hoping to breed some for fun but also wanted to breed cherry shrimp too.
  14. Has anybody ever breed these before? I want to breed a small fish in a 16 gallon but I’m not super hyped on live bearers (sorry Cory). And do people think they would be okay with some cherries? I included my tank! And will remove the Betta before adding these.
  15. Not a Matin filter. It’s a Fluval spec so it’s their “all in one” filtration system. I threw a sponge filter for extra filtration and to have a cycled sponge ready incase I ever need one.
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