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  1. Feeding BBS every night to the fishroom was starting to get laborious using a pipette. The first thing I did to cut time was to stopping rinsing BBS after hatching and I've seen no difference in my tanks, never going back to rinsing haha. I wanted something that was one handed operation and didn't drip on the floor. I could use a small pitcher but I wanted more control and be able to feed quicker than pouring. I settled on trying these no-drip, bottom dispensing, squeeze bottles. I think these are what Subway uses for their dressing as well. I've been using them for a couple weeks now. I'm pretty happy with the performance. I fill the bottle directly from my Ziss Hatchery. I can open a lid with one hand, squeeze a good shot of BBS with the bottle and move right to the next tank. Cleaning is easy, I simply fill it with tap water, give it a good shake, squeeze some clean water through the tip and dump out the rest.
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    Found these guys in my tank which house Goldfish , Hillstream loaches,and snails. Pretty sure they are Goldfish Fry , but maybe Hillstream?
  3. Been fish keeping about 30 years but 98%of that not knowing there was such a thing as a nitrogen cycle let alone understanding it.Breeding during that time was all accidental. Over the last couple years been learning a lot and attempting to breed fish on purpose. Ive breed (on purpose) 3 types of African cichlids, platties, mystery snails, guppies, cherry shrimp, endlers, and my latest project bristlenose. I have been very successful with all these projects. I do a lot of research, try and create a good environment, watch and entice breeding behavior, closely watch water parameters, and feed feed feed. ok so parameters of project; 20G tank, not easy but not to difficult (wanna step up my game), will have to start with fish I have or cheap to buy, and will stay in 20G for a good while. fish I would buy that I’m thinking about; shellies, some type of small plecos, corys, and German blue rams ( big fan of GBR and have tried before and failed) fish I have that I’m thinking about; salt and pepper corys, pea puffers (fairly confident I have 1M and 2F), and my ultimate goal fish to breed rummynose tetra ( have read these are more for advanced breeders?) this is not a breed for profit project.
  4. The great Texas freeze 🥶 of 2021 that I thought for sure would wipe put my tank gave me Panda babies instead!! First successful spawn of my fishkeeping life and it was on accident but I am so happy. I give all the credit to nature and what I learned on the Aquarium Coop channel and blogs - for guiding me into planted tanks which I am sure helped them survive our five days without electricity (their water was 58 degrees when we got power back and I took the blankets off to “deal with the bodies” and found everyone alive on the bottom of the tank.) About a week ago I was throwing some food in there and something squiggled by the skull cave and I looked closer and it was a tiny panda cory! I freaked LOL. A week later there are two (that survived the predation - I had noticed a few weeks ago those harlequin rasboras were looking real real good....) My setup is 20g tall, pool filter sand substrate, java fern plants, Stingray Finnex light on an 8 hour timer, heater and an airstone. The tank is 14 months old and my six adult pandas were juveniles when I started the tank and reared together. My two babies are already swimming together and eating with the adults.
  5. I recently got a pair of Dark knight rams and they are good quality black but they are not pitch black. I heard that if I breed a black ram to a gold ram intensifies the black. Is this correct or is there another way to produce darker color in my black rams?
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