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NoOne
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Female
Birthday:
May 7, 1956 (Age: 63)
Location:
Arkansas
Occupation:
Retired

NoOne

Valued Member, Female, 63, from Arkansas

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Lonoke county almost to white county. Close to Beebe. Apr 20, 2019

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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    May 7, 1956 (Age: 63)
    Location:
    Arkansas
    Occupation:
    Retired
    Gender:
    Female
    Nickname:
    Nonesuch
    Quarantine?:
    No. But I will before I get any fish.
    Country Flag:
    usa
    List any water conditioners and test kits used::
    removed carbon cartridge that had floss, let biowheel remain, added fluval sponges and poly-fil instead. 8oz Dr Tim's one and only, Dr Tim's ammonia to 2ppm.API stresscoat, API master testkit
    Experience:
    Just started
    Do you know about the Aquarium Nitrogen Cycle?:
    Yes
    Aquarium Size:
    56 gal column , 30"w x 18"d x 24"h
    Aquarium Type:
    Freshwater Planted Tank
    Fish, Plants, Inverts, etc.:
    1 anubias, 1 banana plant, 4 valsineria, java moss and 1 micro sword, Activ-flora substrate with a bit of laterite beneath. 4 rocks (did not fizz) from the lake, one rock and two resin logs and an extra large spider driftwood from the store.
    Aquarium Start Date:
    3/29/19
    Ammonia:
    .05ppm
    Nitrite:
    0.5ppm
    Nitrate:
    >20 <40 ppm
    Temperature:
    80
    pH:
    7.2
    Lighting:
    B & W led. Nothing special. Plan on better
    Aquarium Filter Type:
    Penquin biowheel 150 and 200 modified
    I have had a tank before but knew nothing and am surprised at the moderate success I had. But now that I have read a bit I consider myself ignorant as a beginner.
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