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  1. kfryman
    04-25-2012 08:58 PM - permalink
    kfryman
    Okay, I will have to remember that. I will have to check a shop that I discovered as I have not found any amano shrimp. All I have seen is ghost, cherry (they were clear though), and bamboo. I would get the ten but I don't have US cash at the moment, I have mostly euro money... weird I know as I live in the states and never been outside of it.
  2. kfryman
    04-25-2012 08:09 PM - permalink
    kfryman
    Okay thank you, and the tank is 15 gallons. So since amanos eat plant matter/ algae, does that mean once it runs out, or gets low I should feed algae waffers? I have two types of algae waffer/pellet.

    I had like 3-4 pregnant ghost shrimp before but they ate all their babies lol. I was aware about the amanos but it is still good info.

    Where is the best place to buy them? I don't always see them an Aquabid.
  3. kfryman
    04-25-2012 07:49 PM - permalink
    kfryman
    Will amano shrimp be fine with ghost shrimp?
  4. thekoimaiden
    04-25-2012 06:23 PM - permalink
    thekoimaiden
    Oooh! Where did you find it? Does it cost an arm, a leg, and a kidney?
  5. Sakura8
    04-25-2012 03:07 AM - permalink
    Sakura8
    Saw some of your posts when I was googling about how to remove brown algae from plant leaves so I thought I'd turn to you for help. The tank is just newly planted (I think you even commented in the thread, lol) and I had hoped more plants would cut down on the vicious brown algae that plagued the previous tank setup. No dice. So now I'm stumped. I really probably shouldn't put otos in there with a full load of fish already, especially as the last batch I had did such a lousy job that I gave them away. Do amano shrimp eat brown algae? I had some ghost shrimp in there previously and they did all right (didn't get eaten). Or ramshorn snails? It seems like nothing I get climbs onto the plants, only the tank walls. Oh, and I know the phosphates are low. Don't know about silicates. :/
  6. fishman1126
    04-13-2012 04:37 PM - permalink
    fishman1126
    thanks, im not sure that its food grade, its intentional use is for storage, you can buy them at the dollar tree, but i was wondering if i could build a tank out of fiber or plexiglass? you can buy it in sheets about 2/3 of a centimeter thick, i have a design in mind that will allow me to introduce new fish into my sorority without them being able to hurt eachother so i could observe their reactions to her, sort of in an "L" shape. let me know your opinion.

    thanks!
  7. fishman1126
    04-12-2012 09:11 PM - permalink
    fishman1126
    im just gunna hit you with my list of q's..... just answer what you can. thanks

    1. do i need a lining for the bottem of the tank (sand gravel etc.)
    2. if i cant use the 30 gallon containeris there any low-cost tank i could use ( i saw some 5 gallons for about 20 dollars, and thats a little on the high end for me)
    3. on that mark, if i can use the 30 gallon container, what sort of filtration/heating device would i need to properly controll it? ( i would really prefer not using the container though)
    and fianlly: about soroities, if i have less than 4 female fish in the tank, will the still be agressive?
  8. Bombalurina
    04-04-2012 08:53 PM - permalink
    Bombalurina
    It may take him a while to get used to the company. When I first added my girls they chased the cories, tetras and shrimp for a while before settling down, even though they'd been sharing a tank with a ghost knife at the shop.
    Be warned, though, it may take days, or it might not happen at all. :(
  9. ZergyMonster
    03-29-2012 08:44 PM - permalink
    ZergyMonster
    Thanks for the birthday wishes! I will have a good day!
  10. thekoimaiden
    03-26-2012 10:48 PM - permalink
    thekoimaiden
    A lot of people have goldfish spawning in tanks, and they spawn like mad in ponds. Koi will spawn sometimes, too, but they generally only do it in mud-bottom ponds. Goldfish are so frisky they'll do it anywhere lol! Would Pascal, Parker, and Penelope be pearlscales? lol!

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    Just a small town girl, livin' in a lonely world!
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    Kingston, Ontario
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    hmmm I like hiking, fishkeeping, and concerts!
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    Organic Agriculture Student
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