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  1. Beginner Freshwater Aquarium
    Most tropical fish species that are sold as pets belong in a freshwater aquarium. Getting the temperature, lighting, and filtration in a freshwater aquarium from the very start might not be as straightforward as it seems, so it’s best to opt for hardier types of tropical fish, which can tolerate...
  2. New Member Introductions
    Beginner: Started keeping fish one day ago Size = 3 gallon fishes = 9 Zebra Danios plant = Java Fern temperature = 76 F PH = 7.8 TDS = 146 moderately hard water Problem: Two zebra are dead, I have no idea what I am doing wrong As a beginner, I have no idea what to do Please someone help!!!
  3. Cyprinids and Atherinids
    Hey, been awhile since I last posted, life has been hectic for me lately. Anyway, I'm planning to buy some new fish for my 10gal and 20 gal tanks. In the 10gal, I have 2 scissortails and 3 harlequinn rasboras, so the only fish I plan to buy are a few corys. But the 20gal, I have three Zebra...
  4. Tropical Fish Diseases
    To make it easy for everyone... 1. Size of tank? 55 Gallon Long Tank 2. Water parameters a. Ammonia? 0.00ppm b. Nitrite? 0.00ppm c. Nitrate?0.10ppm (very low value) d. pH, KH and GH? (7.6 PH KH/GH Unknown) e. Test kit? API FRESHWATER MASTER TEST KIT 3. Temperature? 76 F 4. FW (fresh water) or...
  5. Beginner Freshwater Aquarium
    My 29 gallon tank is cycled and I'm planning on adding fish tomorrow. I was thinking 8 zebra danios, 6-8 cherry barbs, and 8 bronze cories sound good. I was wondering if I should add them all at once or little by little. I've heard both but mostly little by little. I want to avoid mini cycles...
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