i like what you say so im gonna ask ur opinion a 55 gallon fish tank with a 6 inch oscar and 2 inch oscar and 4 inchs firemouth and 4 inch pleco and 2 inch jd over crowed or still have enough room to make it to feb perfectly happy cuz to me it look like they have lots room
I need assistance,we had a baby found in our back yard I would say she is about 1 1/2inches in length and seems to burry herself we think it is a box turtle, Not sure?
We have not seen her eat.We truly would like to help her!
Can we please have your assistace of what we should be looking for to identify her?
We do live by a waterway and have had 2 other adult turtles in our yard that we have helped to get accross the road to the woods where the stream is.
I want to thank you in advance for any assistance or information you can provide us for our found little one.
Many Thanks again,
Thank you for helping with my questions regarding the fishless cycle! I really appreciate it!
I don't want to post another stupid sounding question, so I hope you don't mind me asking you this directly. My main question is this: Once I do the big water change how long should I wait to add my fish. Is it immediately after (assuming that the temperature is appropriate), 12 hours, 24 hours...? I ask this because I avoid doing huge water changes because of the adverse effect it can have on the fish, so to me adding fish after such a big water change goes against my nature. But, if I do a huge water change after a fishless cycle am I supposed to add fish soon after so that the benefical bacteria doesn't die off? I know that if I'm not adding anymore ammonia, the beneficial bacterial will start to die off. Thus why I'm concerned about my timing in adding fish to the tank.
Thank you again for your help. I'm sorry for these silly and paranoid sounding questions.