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post #101 of 365 Old 10-30-2009, 03:53 PM Thread Starter
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ya it says they can be in the same tank, i just checked, id recommend changing that
Yup will do...

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post #102 of 365 Old 10-30-2009, 07:24 PM
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if someone is breading beta fish they will probably know how large a tank is required for the job

its a half a inch of water and you think your gunna drown
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post #103 of 365 Old 10-30-2009, 08:54 PM
fighttest............i wasnt disputing the size of a tank necessary for breeding bettas

reread the past few posts

31 Betta Males
12 CrownTail
7 HalfMoon
5 DeltaTail
4 DoubleTail
3 Veil Tail


44 Betta Females
Round, Crown, Spade

65 gallon
55 gallon
35 gallon
2 - 20 gallon
4 - 10 gallon
16 - 1.5-2 gallon

MTS has struck, resistance is futile
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post #104 of 365 Old 11-02-2009, 12:56 AM Thread Starter
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What's new for 2009 11 02 build:
- Added Badis Badis.
- Added Chili/Mosquito Rasbora.
- Added Celestial Pearl Danio.
- Added Trapdoor snail.
- Minimum tank size requirement for Clown Pleco has been reduced.
- Minimum tank size requirement for Betta has been reduced to 2.5g. Now it will correctly display stock % for 2.5g tanks as well.
- Bioloads for shrimps have been further adjusted down.
- Temperature requirement for Gold Fish species have been narrowed to more realistic numbers.
- Some of the puffer species have been identified as brakish.
- Diamond Tetra aggression has been updated. It should be ok now with more aggressive tetras.
- Aggression for some aggressive Tetras (black phantom, skirt, black widow and serpae) have been downgraded. Lots of people were confirming that they do not have this issues.
- Territorial aggression algorithm has been completely revamped. It works for all bottom dwellers (assuming DB is accurate). Territorial male behaviors and breeding pair aggressions are all accounted for. Previous breeding pair detection warning is now disabled since this revamp covers this case as well. This algorithm may require further fine tuning!
- Minimum number for shoaling species have been reduced from 6 to 5. Got lots of responses saying they have 5 and they are fine, which is probably true.
- Minimum number for nippy shoaling species have been reduced from 9 to 6, again based on user feedback so far.
- Bioload for the smallest and thinnest species have been brought up slightly. Received some comments that the site is too generous with small fishes.
- Added 35g tall tank.
- Added Tetra Whisper series filters.
- Added Tetra PF series filters.
- Added Aquarium System Millenium series filters.
- Added Danner series filters.
- Added Cascade series filters.
- Added more Eheim canister filters.
- Added Marineland Multi-Stage series canisters.
- Added Top Fin Power series filters.
- Added Hagen Fluval Internal U series filters.
- Added Tetra Whisper internal series filters.
- Filter list has been sorted in more logical order for humans to use.
- Filtration capacities have been slightly updated on some filters as it was set a bit too harsh on some models.
- "What's this" has been added for "Generate Image" feature.
- Total number of filters in DB has been increased to 105.
- Total number of species in DB has been increased to 293.

Please check out www.aqadvisor.com if you are interested. :)

Oh ChristinaRoss, I have not addressed those male betta restrictions yet. I will probably have another release later this week which will probably contain that fix.

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post #105 of 365 Old 11-02-2009, 10:06 AM
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the site is only allowing me to input one type of fish, when you add additional fish they replace the first one typed in.


leopard danios (danios rock)
green cories
guppies
platies
ghost shrimp
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post #106 of 365 Old 11-02-2009, 10:41 AM Thread Starter
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the site is only allowing me to input one type of fish, when you add additional fish they replace the first one typed in.
Yeah I made a mistake last night when I was trying to deploy. Got few surprise messages this morning.

It is fixed now... Sorry about that.

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post #107 of 365 Old 11-02-2009, 05:35 PM
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Hey, I love the site!
But I have one problem.... It is saying that I don't have enough filtration in my tank or somethign like that... I have a 60 gallon tank with two filters so it's definitely getting enough filtration.... I have 27 fish in the tank and it's saying that I am at 123% stocked or something like that... is that really true?!? Cause that's not what the people at Big Als say.

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60 Gallon Fresh Water Tank
-17 Guppies (10 females, 7 males)
- 4 Mollies (3 females, 1 male)
- 4 Cory Cats
- 2 Algae Eaters
20 Gallon Baby Tank
- 20 Guppy Fry
- 5 Molly Fry
- 2 Cory Cats
*** Running for three months :)
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post #108 of 365 Old 11-02-2009, 05:39 PM Thread Starter
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Hey, I love the site!
But I have one problem.... It is saying that I don't have enough filtration in my tank or somethign like that... I have a 60 gallon tank with two filters so it's definitely getting enough filtration.... I have 27 fish in the tank and it's saying that I am at 123% stocked or something like that... is that really true?!? Cause that's not what the people at Big Als say.
Could you post the link to your tank setup? It would be easier for me to look into that case...

Thanks.

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post #109 of 365 Old 11-02-2009, 05:55 PM
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Could you post the link to your tank setup? It would be easier for me to look into that case...

Thanks.

Sorry misread it, it says my filtration is good lmao Im just confused as to why I have too many fish in my tank.

Here's the link: AqAdvisor - Online Aquarium Tool & Calculator

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60 Gallon Fresh Water Tank
-17 Guppies (10 females, 7 males)
- 4 Mollies (3 females, 1 male)
- 4 Cory Cats
- 2 Algae Eaters
20 Gallon Baby Tank
- 20 Guppy Fry
- 5 Molly Fry
- 2 Cory Cats
*** Running for three months :)
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post #110 of 365 Old 11-02-2009, 06:01 PM Thread Starter
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Sorry misread it, it says my filtration is good lmao Im just confused as to why I have too many fish in my tank.

Here's the link: AqAdvisor - Online Aquarium Tool & Calculator
I just took a look - may be its because your tank is an extremely tall tank. You can typically accommodate much more fishes in tanks with larger surface areas. A 60g long tank would be able to accomodate more fishes...

And you are right, you are ok with filters. :)

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