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  1. TySabol

    My Cory Is Sick , Please Help Identify What This Is.

    So Popeye is what is causing this? I’ll start treating tonight.
  2. TySabol

    My Cory Is Sick , Please Help Identify What This Is.

    A very small amount that I added about a month ago.
  3. TySabol

    My Cory Is Sick , Please Help Identify What This Is.

    It’s a huge community tank so I can’t see everything, but so far it’s the only I see.
  4. TySabol

    My Cory Is Sick , Please Help Identify What This Is.

    Just saw my Cory like this today, I don’t know how to treat this.
  5. TySabol

    Need Some Help

    I have a 40 gallon planted community tank I could move him to but It has cherry shrimps and a dwarf crayfish in it. Would that be a problem?
  6. TySabol

    Need Some Help

    Somehow this fish got into my tank from a decoration he was hidden inside of, I believe he's a spotted talking catfish. Would he be suitable for a community tank because he needs to moved from my 75 gallon. He's very small and I have a crayfish in the tank he's in now and he's already caught him...
  7. TySabol

    Anyone's Ghost Shrimp Ever Turn Blue ?

    Nothing's changed in the tank except I've been adding a biofilm supplement to give them more food to graze so maybe this is what's causing it. If it's nothing harmful it's kinda cool for them to have some color at least.
  8. TySabol

    Type Of Cray Fish?

    Could either be a Cambarellus Dimintus or Brazos Mexican dwarf crayfish, hard to tell as my dimintus Crays are a more solid blue but the the brazos can come in a blue shade.
  9. TySabol

    Anyone's Ghost Shrimp Ever Turn Blue ?

    My ghost shrimp are turning a bluish green color. I've had ghost shrimp for years and have never seen this before.
  10. TySabol

    White Fungus/algae On Driftwood?

    Mine did the same thing when I added two new pieces , I just kept up with my normal water changes while the shrimps ate it up and nothing bad ever happened. That growth is pretty common with new driftwood pieces
  11. TySabol

    Help!!!! My Lobster Is Trying To Get Out!

    No problem just post again if something changes
  12. TySabol

    Help!!!! My Lobster Is Trying To Get Out!

    Since theirs no way to test right now I'd give him a water change of about 2 gallons. Hopefully that helps
  13. TySabol

    Am I Overstocked?!

    Mollys usually need about 29 gallons anyway but once those fry grow you will be overstocked, plus some of your fish are schooling fish which need about 5-6 of a species so I'd look into upgrading your tank soon.
  14. TySabol

    Help!!!! My Lobster Is Trying To Get Out!

    Didn't think of this before but you said this is new behavior , is their anyway you can test the water parameters? They can produce a lot of waste in a tank that size so you could be having some sort of ammonia spike causing him to try to escape also
  15. TySabol

    Help!!!! My Lobster Is Trying To Get Out!

    With the right set up they can be pretty awesome to have but unfortunately that tank size is probably driving him crazy
  16. TySabol

    Help!!!! My Lobster Is Trying To Get Out!

    I'd leave the light off for a little while he'll probably relax a little bit under light they feel exposed
  17. TySabol

    Help!!!! My Lobster Is Trying To Get Out!

    It won't be long before he gets out their escape masters but if they're comfortable they shouldn't try to get out. I'd try to set up some type of makeshift screen for him so he doesn't climb out until then.
  18. TySabol

    Help!!!! My Lobster Is Trying To Get Out!

    It honestly could be the size , they are very active creatures that will explore everything he's probably realizing how small his area is. I would recommend at least getting a 20 gallon long this will give him way more space to explore and a glass cover for it is only about 20-25 bucks
  19. TySabol

    Help!!!! My Lobster Is Trying To Get Out!

    What kind of filter do you have? Is there any type of cave or anything he can hide in plus what size tank do you have?
  20. TySabol

    White Fungus/algae On Driftwood?

    You could pick up some amano shrimps, I had the same thing and my shrimps ate it up pretty fast. They won't bother your neons at all and are a pretty good cleaning crew.




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