OMG...I'm so sorry! No, this time it was me who didn't respond This semester has been whooping my butt! I'm really sorry!!
As for the equipment, if it's been dry all this time then everything is dead so, yes, you're all set!!
Hi, thought I'd try a visitor message this time. How are you? It's been a while since we talked. Anyway, we're going to be taking care of my sister's roommate's fish and I wanted to make sure that the equipment I was planning on using would be disease free. See, for water changes, it'll probably be Danny's old stuff and I'm thinking of putting the fish in a spare tank I have. My question is, these things would have all been rinsed (especially the water change stuff) but I haven't like disinfected everything or anything. However, this stuff has been sitting around totally dry for months. My understanding is that aquatic bacteria dies when dried out so everything should be just fine, yes? Thanks for your help! Hope you're having a good month!
Ok, thank you. I'm really worried about him. He's not doing the darty spacey thing anymore but he is just laying around in his cave. That's really unlike him. :( I have no clue what could be up with him.
Sorry, I've been super busy trying to get my animation final done >.< I did look at it breifly but I'll go back to see if I can answer since I'm giving myself the mandatory break after working two and a half hours haha
Hi lilnaugrim, not sure if you remember me at all, probably not. We've posted on the same thread a few times, but then again, a lot of people have as well! Anyway I wanted to ask you about betta babies' growth stunting hormone? You posted about it on Betta Rescuer's thread. Sorry, it won't let me post urls in messages. I decided to message you because I didn't want to hijack Betta Rescuer's thread.
A few days ago I posted about it on a different thread and Hallyx responded with some new research about it being a myth? I was wondering if you knew anything about that since you are definitely more of an expert than I am. I don't have babies, but I do post in the disease and care sections so I though I'd see if I could find out more about it since I don't want to accidentally pass along wrong information.