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  1. I have been following the Co-op for some time now. I don't know why it has taken me this long to join the forum, I currently have a 110gallon doing a fish in cycle and the sponge for the 55 I have waiting for water is cycling in my 110. My 110 is a planted community tank and the 55 will be a planted fresh water invertebrates tank. Looking forward to being a part of this community!
  2. I’m setting up a new stock tank outdoors that I will be stocking with some fancy goldfish. I’d like to purchase some Aquarium Co-Op sponge filters and I see the large size is for 40+ gallons. Should I be using 2 of this size for a 110 gallon or does the “40+“ mean 1 is sufficient?
  3. Two weeks ago (or so) I have finished to cycle the 110gl tank, drained all old water out and replaced with fresh water, let it sit for few days before I transferred the fish. Few days ago the water became cloudy white. The only reason that I could think off are the few leaf that I let to rot (wanted the potential nutrients go into the water). I have boiled all wood that I could and kept the rest in heavily salted water for 3 months in order to sterilize them, the only piece of wood that wasn't treated is the root. Is it possible that the fungus on the root causes the water to cloud? Even if it is not, how can I get rid of it? Thanks
  4. Bought this 110 gallon just for these beautiful fish...love them!
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