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Godly3vil

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  • Birthday 12/02/1987

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    Fishkeeping!!! Sports, Reading, Computing, Fishing.

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  1. Wonder what causes them to jump, mine have lived in my open top tank for the last 6 months with no jumpers. Tank is in the lounge, beside a door, and I love loud heavy metal lol.
  2. Any calibration solution will work, Raymond Klein aka Valray on trademe may be able to source you some.
  3. If I had half your talent I would still have my planted tanks.
  4. Water changes are necessary to also replenish trace elements that fish, plants and bacteria use, not just removing nitrates.
  5. What are you on about, I can still see carpet.
  6. Hey there fellow southlander, not many reefkeepers down these ways, I have a rsm 130 with a few fish and corals. Feel free to pm me for any help from a local.
  7. Ideal co2 levels for a planted tank are 30ppm, which corresponds with a full 1.0 drop in pH. You won't be able to reach the ideal saturation of co2 with a sugar/yeast setup anyway though and it's pretty accepted that pH changes caused by co2 injection is not harmful to most fish. Do you dose any other forms of fertilizer?
  8. :nfs: Congratulations dude, fun times ahead! Another captive bred native to add to the list, lol.
  9. After the stand is fixed/replaced you will need to buy a decent canister filter, an internal like you have won't support enough beneficial bacteria to support the fish you already have, let alone more. Then you need to decide what type of fish you want to keep, the fish you already have aren't really compatible, the electric yellows and lionheads are african cichlids and need different water parameters than the rest of your fish.
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