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  1. MikeRad89

    Rock Kribensis In 20 Gallon

    It's borderline ridiculous to suggest that rock kribs require a 40 gallon tank. An twenty, even if it's a 20 high, is perfectly acceptable.
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    Question Switching From A 55gal To 10gal (new Filter)

    Take some of the sponge material from the 55g filter and wrap it around the sponge filter and use a rubber band to hold it in place. Give it a week or two to seed.
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    What Is This Fish?

    Looks like a juvenile redbelly tilapia, but is probably crossed with a similar species. Chromedome52 will give you the correct answer when he gets the notification.
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    Mystery Fish

    Where are you located?
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    Bolivian Ram Weird Behaviour Plz Help

    Make sure your nitrates aren't too high. They're not toxic but they do irritate skin at high levels. It's really fairly normal behavior with cichlids though.
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    Question Faded Colors On Jack Dempsey

    Could be stress but they both look very healthy. Females will change their color substantially when preparing for a spawn, which is possible since you have a male and female there. Unless there are other issues like refusing food, excessive hiding, etc, I wouldn't worry about it.
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    29 Gallon Tank What Else Can I Put In?

    I keep both. A 29g is more than sufficient for one.
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    29 Gallon Tank What Else Can I Put In?

    1 angel is not too large for a 29 gallon by any means, but a pearl gourami is a fine substitute. Panda cories prefer water a bit cooler, more towards 74.
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    29 Gallon Tank What Else Can I Put In?

    1x angelfish 8-10 corydoras
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    Eco-complete & Soil

    That's what I would do personally. Eco complete with a gravel/sand cap.
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    Eco-complete & Soil

    Unless you're planting an oak tree in there that is a huge amount of nutrients. I would go with something inorganic to cap the eco complete.
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    Help Is This A Disease?

    Can’t see much on the fins but they’re both emaciated and look to be stunted. I would do heavy water changes and feed a high protein diet of shrimp or krill to get their weight up.
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    Question Help With Choosing Food!

    Really not that complicated. Not trying to be rude but a quality pellet labeled for most tropical fish will suffice. Add some zucchini and high protein seafood for a treat and your fish will thrive.
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    Eurasian watermilfoil. Very fast growing and highly invasive.
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    Question What Kind Of Fish Is This???

    A tilapia is a cichlid. It's a tilapia hybrid - extremely common (and invasive) in Florida.
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    Question What Kind Of Fish Is This???

    It's a juvenile tilapia. Looks like a hybrid used for fish farming.
  17. MikeRad89

    How Much Co² Will A Diy Setup Produce Using Sugar And Yeast

    Depends on the lighting and planting really, but keep it at 2bps for a week or so and see what you get for growth.

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