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View Poll Results: If I had a 220 Gallon Aquarium, I would stock....
Cichlids. Duh. 34 30.36%
It would be Saltwater. That's how I roll. 11 9.82%
Bala Sharks 14 12.50%
Tinfoil Barbs 6 5.36%
1 Male Betta 6 5.36%
100 Neon Tetras 23 20.54%
Rainbowfish 13 11.61%
Goldfish 4 3.57%
Other - Please elaborate in a comment in the thread. 22 19.64%
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post #651 of 1118 Old 11-20-2012, 02:38 PM
the way the black skirt tetras move it's like they are almost fake. lol. they look so insanely tiny. beautiful tank. green for the congos!

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post #652 of 1118 Old 11-20-2012, 03:53 PM
How do you do this I would like to live stream so I can watch my tank at work
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post #653 of 1118 Old 11-20-2012, 04:06 PM Thread Starter
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How do you do this I would like to live stream so I can watch my tank at work
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Yeah, I like it because I can keep an eye on the fish when I'm upstairs, which I usually am.

I just signed up for u stream. It's free. You just fill in the blanks. It automatically detected my web cam, asked for permission to stream, I clicked ok, and that was it.

It was way easier and less complicated than I would have imagined.


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post #654 of 1118 Old 11-20-2012, 05:02 PM Thread Starter
I just moved the laptop again, so that it at a different angel to tank. Now you can see the Balas swim back and forth sometimes Jakie.

dctatts on USTREAM: 220 Gallon Freshwater Aquarium. Fish

Charlie just jumped in the living room and FREAKED OUT the poor Silver Dollars. One of them took a nose dive into the substrate. They need to relax. They've been edgy since I fished the Balas out of there that time. They HATED that I was messing in the tank that long.

Then, shortly after I went through that issue where the nitrates were high in that tank. I did 4 or 5 changes in 7 days. They really hated that too.

Maybe I'll get them some Duckweed. When I first got them home they spooked easy. I got them some duckweed to provide shade, and by the time they ate it all, they weren't as shy anymore. They made a real mess of the tank with the duckweed though.


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post #655 of 1118 Old 11-20-2012, 06:35 PM
I made a channel it says its off air and when I go live the link doesn't work I am doing something wrong I made a channel for my tank it just says off air and when I can only see the go live button but the link when its live doesn't work
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post #656 of 1118 Old 11-20-2012, 07:03 PM Thread Starter
When you press go live, does your browser ask for permission to send the info? What browser do you use?

Is another application using your webcam? Can you see the what is in front of the camera on the screen, or is it just black?


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post #657 of 1118 Old 11-20-2012, 07:06 PM Thread Starter
Tried to feed the Pea Puffers for the first time. They saw the bloodworm, followed it, sniffed it. Did not eat it.

Fed the Amazons with the Red Tailed Shark. He is gonna love being with those guys. I never gave him bloodworms before. He loves them. I have to get Jodie to tape me feeding them next time. The Amazons come up right away and pick off the food before it sinks. The RTS scours the bottom grabbing what gets through.

No aggression from anybody. The puffers are less aggressive towards each other while eating too, now that they have more room.


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post #658 of 1118 Old 11-20-2012, 07:31 PM
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When you press go live, does your browser ask for permission to send the info? What browser do you use?

Is another application using your webcam? Can you see the what is in front of the camera on the screen, or is it just black?
Got it working but my laptop is to far away my daughter was watching it on her tv when I have it set up right I will post a link
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post #659 of 1118 Old 11-20-2012, 07:34 PM
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Tried to feed the Pea Puffers for the first time. They saw the bloodworm, followed it, sniffed it. Did not eat it.

Fed the Amazons with the Red Tailed Shark. He is gonna love being with those guys. I never gave him bloodworms before. He loves them. I have to get Jodie to tape me feeding them next time. The Amazons come up right away and pick off the food before it sinks. The RTS scours the bottom grabbing what gets through.

No aggression from anybody. The puffers are less aggressive towards each other while eating too, now that they have more room.
I will have to video bloodworm feeding in my tank its like a bunch of piranhas devouring meat in a horror movie they are piggies especially the rianbows they are really fast
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post #660 of 1118 Old 11-20-2012, 08:18 PM Thread Starter
I meant to say I forgot to buy Betta food the other day, but he is eating my Spectrum 1 mm sinking pellets.


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