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  1. Personally I’ve kept telescopes with other varieties including singletails successfully, problems only usually arise when occasionally a more aggressive or territorial fish comes about. You’ll probably have a while yet before having to worry about an upgrade.
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  2. Guppy and medaka besties!
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  3. So I had a 20 gallon LONG I was going to use for guppies but I decided to move away from the overbreeding monsters. I had to go WAYYYYY in town and I saw a fish shop there... I went in and I spotted a fancy goldfish section. I instantly saw a little cutie I wanted for my tank. He was labelled a fantail, but I saw a little headgrowth. But then another swam up beside him, also with dinky headgrowth... And I ended up getting them both. So yeah... Lol. May need a tank upgrade after a while. Had to rush to work and did not get to set up their stand or tank properly... But filled the tank for them and acclimated them and dosed their tank with SAFE and will get them situated tomorrow. And take pics and etc when their light comes in. I hope they do well. Been aaaaaaaaages since I tried goldfish indoors. Mine just do so much better outdoors.
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  4. I’m a huge fan of DIY pond style filters. The surface area for biofiltration and volume you get is much better value for your money than any aquarium and most pond filters on the market. There’s also the capacity for nitrate removal via phytofiltration that’s a huge advantage, meaning less maintenance for you!
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  5. Seed shrimp perhaps? They’re just another food source for the betta so in which case if they are, they’re harmless! You could try some blackwater botanicals like Catappa leaves and alder cones for your pH, but I’d be inclined to say it may just be his time sadly.
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  6. Well the only thing I can think of is. Trying to clean those things out. But that would require Nuking the tank. I don't know if he could handle that. 😮
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  7. Oh by the way, Lady Loki refused to listen to me and ate some of Mr. Summers' food.
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  8. I logged In and was like 👁👄👁 🤣🤣🤣
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  9. Ammonia: old 0ppm new 0.25 just before water change nitrate: old 10-30 ppm new 20-40 ppm--What type of test are using test strips or liquid form?-- Ammonia should always be zero and nitrates should always be under 30 ppm. What are your ph and nitrite levels Keeping large iridescent sharks and a turtle is not a good idea with fantails. They cannot compete with the aggressiveness of those two. The turtle will eventually view the goldfish as a food source. I see that you are feeding flakes. This is a horrible food source for goldfish. Invest in a good gel food.
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  10. Hey guys Welcome to the NEW Look. 😮
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  11. Hopefully that remembering already posted post bug is gone. I was having phone issues and my replacement phone just came in.
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  12. Is it just me or do the forums look different. I think Lady Loki is becoming more orange.
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