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  1. MrVampire181
    09-28-2009 06:28 PM - permalink
    MrVampire181
    Awww that sucks :/
  2. MrVampire181
    09-28-2009 06:22 PM - permalink
    MrVampire181
    Nice VTs!!! Bettatalk dosen't have VTs. So Aquabid it is!!
  3. MrVampire181
    09-27-2009 07:06 PM - permalink
    MrVampire181
    I think working with more pure bred VTs would be best. I wish I had an excuse to be clueless....then again I did dye my hair a few years back....maybe the dye sunk into my brain LOL.
  4. MrVampire181
    09-27-2009 06:52 PM - permalink
    MrVampire181
    Lol. Maybe you sould dye your hair :P

    Ok it would involve working with judges and breeding the fish.
  5. MrVampire181
    09-27-2009 06:38 PM - permalink
    MrVampire181
    LOL a juding standard so we can place them in shows.
  6. MrVampire181
    09-27-2009 06:12 PM - permalink
    MrVampire181
    I think we should try to create a standard for the VT.
  7. MrVampire181
    09-27-2009 05:30 PM - permalink
    MrVampire181
    They'll be VTs but they'll be good looking :)
  8. MrVampire181
    09-27-2009 05:01 PM - permalink
    MrVampire181
    Oh ya. Love the female!!!
  9. MrVampire181
    09-27-2009 04:54 PM - permalink
    MrVampire181
    What female? Can you give me the thread name?
  10. RoseyD
    09-23-2009 01:02 PM - permalink
    RoseyD
    For whatever reason, I can't see the picture from work, although I will try again from my cell phone later.

    It depends what you mean by start/maintain. If you refer to setting up a natural planted tank, it'll be easy to both start and maintain it. 2 gallon tanks dont take a lot of dirt ... about 5 large handfuls was necessary for my rectangular 2.5 gallon. - for gravel - about double that amount. (and the reason for the double capacity is to weigh down the soil).

    Plants? ... If you can get some good clippings off of a friend with a planted tank - it's a cheaper route than buying in the store. I also had good luck ordering from the aquatic plant members' forum - where people sell their clippings. For such a small tank size - $20 worth of plants should be a really good start.

    the lighting will be the most important - a desk lamp with a high kelvin rating - anything above 6500 kelvin is great for live plants.

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    Betta Fish, Dog training and Grooming. Basically anything animal. :-)
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