Tropical Fish Keeping - Aquarium fish care and resources - Conversation Between Mo and dramaqueen
Conversation Between Mo and dramaqueen
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  1. Mo
    08-08-2012 01:15 PM - permalink
    Yeah. I don't blame you. I learned the hard way. I lost 3/4 of my fry to dragon fly and damselfy nymphs introduced from outside tubs
  2. dramaqueen
    08-08-2012 01:11 PM - permalink
    I plan on quarantining any plants I get. I don't want bugs, worms or snails. Lol
  3. Mo
    08-08-2012 01:05 PM - permalink
    Your welcome. I'm happy to help in anyway possible. Be sure to set up a QT tank though for live plants
  4. dramaqueen
    08-08-2012 12:57 PM - permalink
    Great. Thank you for the info.
  5. Mo
    08-08-2012 07:53 AM - permalink
    Sorry. I wasn't able to reply. I've been bust setting up a new system to house my fish. They are easy to take care of. Minimal light, no fertilizers, no Co2
  6. dramaqueen
    08-08-2012 04:03 AM - permalink
    Never mind. I'll ask someone else.
  7. dramaqueen
    08-07-2012 06:46 PM - permalink
    Yes, I have one betta in each kritter keeper. I thought it would be nice to have a little bit of real plants in my containers to help with water quality. How difficult are the plants you mentioned to take care of?
  8. Mo
    08-07-2012 06:40 PM - permalink
    I would recommend plants such as (assuming you have one Betta in there) frogbit, duckweed, Rotala indica, hornwort, and anacharis
  9. dramaqueen
    08-06-2012 11:41 PM - permalink
    Could you recommend some floating plants I could use in a bare bottomed 2.5 gallon critter keeper? Thanks.
  10. dramaqueen
    08-06-2012 12:19 AM - permalink
    I just noticed that we have a lot of members from Texas. It's kind of funny because I'm moving to Killeen within the next year.
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