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  1. I came home to find the betta stuck in the shrimp cave. The caves have been in there for a year or so. I don’t know how long he was trapped; I was at work. I tried multiple ways to free him and, eventually we had to break the cave. He is injured, mainly from trying to free himself against unfinished ceramic which was very abrasive. He is stressed and I don’t know if I should ASAP medicate, let him rest, or what. @Colu @Odd Duck @Guppysnail @nabokovfan87
  2. Yes, that's right! I stuffed a nano filter in an easy planter! So, with a guppy explosion, I figured a little more filtration would be good. The existing air stone was in an empty easy planter, sooo in it went. I had to remove the weighted bottom, but it fit right in. Now to see what happens!
  3. I have a 5gal tank and it has a false back. the filter pump is back there. there is a filter sponge that could be tighter on this shelf with the holes. i could have put a another piece there to make the sponge up next the hole but i didn't want it to get clog. the pump is on very low like 2 of 10. my shrimp can get in and out of the back part of the tank. I got emerald jades but one looks really blue and its the biggest. i saw this blue one go in and later come out of the back where the filter is. is this an issue or it is it a just another element of their tank. there is java moss, hairgrass and micro sword. i had just the plants in the tank for 20days and cycled it. algae started to grow after a week. the shrimp are eating it. they hide alot and sometimes i will see like three of them at most eating or see them in cave with flashlight.
  4. Just ordered one and some java moss what’s the best way to set up and will the Corydoras get stuck in there ? Is it a hazard for them ?
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