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  1. So I'v noticed some stuff floating around inside the bubble of this bubble eye. I'm just curious if anyone has seen this before or know what it is? This fish is acting completely normal and I have no reason to believe it's something harmful. All I can think of is harden deposits of the fluid that inside the bubble, but I really have no clue and cant find any info on this. video of fish
  2. So I was starting a fish-less cycle on a 75G I was about two weeks in and got to wondering if anyone sold actual established media besides the bottled stuff that never really works. So I started searching and found these. https://www.angelsplus.com/FiltersSpongeActive.htm There are many great reviews so I thought I would give it a try I ordered 4 via usps priority mail which I received in 2 days on a Friday evening, they were bagged and shipped in just enough water to keep the sponges wet and beneficial bacteria alive. I quickly placed 3 in my 75G and 1 in a 20G That I am keeping a bubble eye in. I kept my ammonia at 4.0ppm on the 75G checked parameters daily Saturday and Sunday ammonia dropped slightly and was getting slight readings of nitrates so I knew something good was happening, well by Monday evening I checked and my ammonia was down to 0 and got a high reading on nitrates. So I raised the ammonia to 4.0ppm again, checked 24hrs later and there it was again 0 ammonia 0 nitrites and 20-40ppm on nitrates. My tank was cycled in just 3 days of adding these sponges. So it's safe to say they work like a charm! This is a great product in case of an emergency situation, as well as not wanting to wait a month or two on a fish-less cycle.
  3. I also feed this formula to my little ones for the higher protein content which they love as well. I have not had any floaty issues with either one. Ingredients: Black soldier fly larvae, salmon, fish protein concentrate, wheat, potato, shrimp meal, dicalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, DL-methionine, lecithin, choline chloride, L-lysine, vitamin E supplement, biotin, niacin, calcium L-ascorbyl-2-monophosphate, calendula, zinc oxide, manganous oxide, calcium pantothenate, vitamin B12 supplement, beta-carotene, rosemary extract, riboflavin, copper sulfate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, thiamine mononitrate, inositol, folic acid, vitamin A supplement, calcium iodate, sodium selenite, vitamin D3 supplement. Guaranteed Analysis: Crude protein (min) 45.0% Crude fat (min) 12.5% Crude fiber (max) 5.0% Moisture (max) 10.0% L-Lysine (min) 2.5% DL-Methionine (min) 1.1% Calcium (min) 1.5% Phosphorus (min) 0.8% Vitamin A (min) 2500 IU/kg Vitamin D3 (min) 600 IU/kg Vitamin E (min) 75 IU/kg
  4. I feed these as well, the fish love them. I wish they sold the granules in bigger bags. The goldfish pellets they sell in the bags are massive and don’t sink well at all but the granules are perfect!
  5. Thanks Everyone! They are ECR's and possibly instagram? I post a lot on there. Thank you, That would be Mydo, My first goldfish, also the mother of the fry I am currently raising.
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