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  1. Rdrb

    All but a disaster

    Ok thanks guys i guess there is hope fr the 60 g btw thanks for replying all my questions and theories
  2. Rdrb

    All but a disaster

    Well i think i might need additional filtrations if i am not wrong
  3. Rdrb

    All but a disaster

    well its vallineria who are notorius plants which have tubers which propagate also the leaves of them are brownish also amazon swords are growing slowly but surely in thefront i hav dwarf hygro and few giant hygro in the back with cabomba P.s sorry i am troubling you with my dumb mistakes
  4. Rdrb

    All but a disaster

    No just a hob filter and a aeration tube on close to surface Maybe movement of plants are triggering the soil to get mixed with water
  5. Rdrb

    All but a disaster

    Well swordtails which are oddly disturbing substrats like glodfish feedish is a ll good a three spot gourami and rainbow fish dwarf neon juveniles and 2 halfbeaks Also substrate tends to get disturbed by other ways which i am nit sure of
  6. Rdrb

    All but a disaster

    I am afraid i keep adding then i will hav less and less surface area fr my fish to swim p.s i have tried that before it worked fr a while then poof
  7. Rdrb

    All but a disaster

    Guys I have this 60 gallon tank where I did follow the Walstad method where soil on bottom and sand on top. Sadly I put 3 inches of soil or two throughout and very less amount of sand. So when the fish disturbed the substrate it was all heck broke loose as tank became cloudy brownish water but...
  8. Rdrb

    Help Swordtail Lymphocystis

    One of my adult sword tail has lymphocystis in its tail what do i do is it contagious to other fish atm i dint have any spare tanks fr quarantine Tank parameters imo is normal everything checked
  9. Rdrb

    Help Red Streaks On Black Skirt Tetras - Now Worse

    Hope so, thanks for all your help @DoubleDutch @pagoda and @MissNoodle
  10. Rdrb

    Help Red Streaks On Black Skirt Tetras - Now Worse

    No they werent like this however this prob has been there fr a few months anyways will do a 75% wc
  11. Rdrb

    Help Red Streaks On Black Skirt Tetras - Now Worse

    3 mins ill send you the ammonia test Heres the pic idk how my reading is i think its between .25 and 0 shoot pictures not coming 1 min Here
  12. Rdrb

    Help Red Streaks On Black Skirt Tetras - Now Worse

    Normal pellet food different types tho which i do alternate days W4 Weekly 25 %
  13. Rdrb

    Help Red Streaks On Black Skirt Tetras - Now Worse

    ok but can you please wait for 5 minutes fr the coulor to form So yes belly side
  14. Rdrb

    Help Red Streaks On Black Skirt Tetras - Now Worse

    Maybe ill do a 75 % wc tomorrow Since its 10.15 pm now No Infact its crystal clear
  15. Rdrb

    All Of A Sudden Pics Too Large?

    Thank you @Mike
  16. Rdrb

    Help Red Streaks On Black Skirt Tetras - Now Worse

    Also the tank has been running fr a year or so waterchanges are weekly also i dont onow my api nitrate test may be wrong cause it shows 0 all the time wen i test water of diff tanks Heres the pic of one
  17. Rdrb

    All Of A Sudden Pics Too Large?

    Same my black skirt is looking to red now and i cant post a picture :(
  18. Rdrb

    Help Red Streaks On Black Skirt Tetras - Now Worse

    Guys i know i posted this already and said maybe their (black skirt tetra)healthy thats all but i see day by day there is no reduction of redness infact it looks even more red when its supposed to be black please help Pictures arent loading btw water parameters are ok ammonia doesnt show any...
  19. Rdrb

    Why Are My New Cardinals Not Swimming/schooling?

    Sometimes they say the non schooling behaviour is actually good meaning the fish are getting used to their surrounding and they school wen they feel spooked however i think you should give it more time to get used to the surroundings




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