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  1. Anyone else use enough plant weights that you wonder whether the Aquarium Co-Op warehouse staff are judging you? I use them enough to notice the day the Co-Op increased the price 😡 (only a dollar or so, really). Guess it's the result of being into both fish and plants equally, so I've got fish of all sizes and temperaments plowing through stem plants and playing water polo with tissue cultures. Eventually roots take hold and the weight just becomes part of the substrate. If there were ever a question of fish safety over time with these plant weights, pretty strong anecdote here that they're safe.
  2. This tank plus my pea puffer desk tank have got to be it for new tanks for awhile! I'm going...a little overboard here with new tank planning. Thanks, COVID! But I'm seeing a nice 36g bowfront on sale at PetSmart right now with a nice cabinet stand (has a crappy lid but I can swap it out for glass + better lighting) and I think it would be perfect for a main (smallish) living room peaceful community tank. I currently have 3 somewhat unhappy pygmy cories that need more friends, so I'm thinking of moving them over. I love the look of endlers and would definitely like a school of those. I'm planning on using a nice, somewhat hefty sponge filter and heavily planting, of course. I think I'd also like to try a bamboo shrimp. So, what else should I put in there to play nice with my peacenics? Gold platys would look cool with endlers, as would harlequin or lambchop rasboras. But I'd love to make room for some nerite and mystery snails, too. This will also be my first experience with livebearers so I'm a little scared of getting overwhelmed with two species of them (but I guess I could always give extra to my carnivores!) Should I just start with endlers, corys, bamboo shrimp and snails for awhile and then add another fish later? And what about substrate? I'm a little afraid of using sand and having it get compacted, needing to add MTS and having them starve out my prettier pet snails. Any opinions on "planted" aquarium substrate?
  3. I bought a bag of Safe T Sorb to try as substrate in a 10g tank. I like the look as I'm kind of over the black substrate. I put some Easy Root Tabs in and I fertilized with Easy Green. I'm not going to put any fish in the tank until the plants show measurable growth.
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