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  1. RogueAgent94

    10g Scapes

    The green stuff on the bottom of mine is indeed Dwarf Baby Tears. image
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    10g Scapes

    I'm looking for some inspiration for my next 10g set up. So show me your 10g scapes!! So to start it off, this is my current 10g. image
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    100 Gallon Tank My new (to me) 100 gallon tank!

    Beautiful!! Your rams are particularly gorgeous.
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    What kind of angelfish is this?

    Yeah, you can mix them but I'm fairly certain that is a Gold Koi. Here's a picture of an adult: http://www.tropicalfishandaquariums.com/Angelfish/KoiAngelfish.jpg
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    acclimating MTS to a BW tank...

    Drip acclimation for hours and hours works great lol. Very slow drip though. It would be easier if you were acclimating by turning a FW tank brackish by slowly adding saltwater to raise the SG.
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    What kind of angelfish is this?

    Looks like a female Gold Koi.
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    Nano Saltwater

    Thanks! I have some that are growing along the back wall of my tank. I want to try to get them to grow like a carpet on the bottom of my next tank. Thanks! Other than opening up in the morning and closing, no. Well... they do actively eat. That's really cool to see. But normally they just sway...
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    Nano Saltwater

    My Metallic Green Star Polyps! Growing beautifully.
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    Question I think it's a cichlid but never seen this before?

    I agree. It's a Green Texas (herichthys carpinte). That's not the same thing as a Texas cichlid.
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    New Pulsing Xenia not looking so hot.

    Sorry. I don't mean to seem unhelpful. I'm just not sure what you can do. A friend of mine puts his new corals which aren't doing well under a rock ledge where they are slightly slightly shaded and have very little flow. Most of his corals come back after that. I think the lack of light...
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    New Pulsing Xenia not looking so hot.

    Not looking so good. Xenia actually prefer less flow and light.
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    Indian Dwarf Puffer advice

    I agree. They do much better in blackwater environments. They also prefer dimmer settings so if you have bright lights you should try growing some larger plants for the puff to swim through and/or some floating plants to cut down on the intensity of the light.
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    Firemouth Cichlid Sex Id?

    Looks male to me.
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    Important Is this poor guy a JD? Just rescued!

    Yeah. IME most CA/SA cichlids do best in pairs, other than Apistos. It's the Rift Lake Cichlids that you need to keep in groups with more females.
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    Question what type of fish is this?

    Omega also makes good fishfood IMO.
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    Important Is this poor guy a JD? Just rescued!

    I don't know about getting more females than males with Firemouths. Mine bred in pairs. I never had success keeping them in groups.
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    Banjo fish help will they eat my shrimp !!!

    Mine at shrimp and snails. Sometimes they'd catch a really little fish like a baby tetra but they are pretty slow. But they definitely eat shrimp.
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    help cat fish ID plant stow away

    Cute stowaway!! That's a Banjo Catfish (Bunocephalus coracoideus). They're REALLY good at hiding so I'm not surprised you got him as a hitchhiker.
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    New Pulsing Xenia not looking so hot.

    No, I would not. I left mine alone and avoided bothering it as much as possible. My first batch of Xenia did the same thing and I moved it a couple times but it died. So I tried the opposite thing and it seemed to work out pretty well. Although I must warn you. Some people have trouble with...




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