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Conversation Between Oldfishlady and Freyja
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  1. Freyja
    10-26-2012 10:12 AM - permalink
    Freyja
    I was so excited because it helps my fishies, who are loving playing in their floating water sprite btw, and me reduce water changes a bit and thereby reduce stress. Im definitely getting more plants. Looking for low lights right now as I only have an LED and indirect sunlight. I have java and lace fern, java moss, two crypts, and a Mr. JJ Moss, the mossball. Any suggestions on what I could add.
  2. Oldfishlady
    10-26-2012 09:09 AM - permalink
    Oldfishlady
    Wonderful....sounds like everything is doing what it should....
  3. Freyja
    10-26-2012 08:21 AM - permalink
    Freyja
    Did water test yesterday on my 20g tank. ammonia 0. nitrites 0. nitrates 15. Seems my plants and my bacteria are doing marvelously.
  4. Oldfishlady
    10-05-2012 12:38 PM - permalink
    Oldfishlady
    Hair algae can sometimes be cause by either-too high watts, light too close to the water, old light bulb-to name a few common causes-generally its a type of algae that needs manual removal on occasion since this is a closed system-but sometimes you can control it to a degree. I have used an old tooth brush and twisted/twirled it around the hair algae to remove.
  5. Freyja
    10-05-2012 09:30 AM - permalink
    Freyja
    Its hair algae lol. I was finally able to identify it.
  6. Freyja
    09-28-2012 03:40 PM - permalink
    Freyja
    As long as they dont harm my fry...live and let live. Im cleaning my tank this weekend anyway so...Thanks Sensei OFL for once again imparting and sharing your knowledge with us.
  7. Oldfishlady
    09-28-2012 03:29 PM - permalink
    Oldfishlady
    Thats about right.....the ones in my tanks vary from pin head to larger and I am sure lots more that I can't see....
  8. Freyja
    09-28-2012 03:26 PM - permalink
    Freyja
    One of these things, whole, is smaller than a pinhead.
  9. Oldfishlady
    09-28-2012 03:22 PM - permalink
    Oldfishlady
    Usually they are smaller than new born Betta fry.
  10. Freyja
    09-28-2012 03:17 PM - permalink
    Freyja
    Out of curiosity what is the size of hydra? One like you mentioned: that can kill fry and sting...

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