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tinkerbell

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  1. I have tried peas and fasting Im thinking that maybe it is a long term SB problem I feel so sorry for the little guy... I have changed his diet a million times to see if that would help but no luck so far... Cheers for the help guys
  2. hey guys! long time no speak! I have a slight problem with one of my ryukins occasionally he will turn upside down and stay like that for a few hours. The res of the time he just sits at the bottom of the tank... all stats are fine, except for *slightly* high PH, which i am working on... Any ideas? I really have tried everything i can think of Cheers, Alice xxx
  3. gosh, tey have grown what are you feeding them on?
  4. have you transferred any ornaments fro one tank to another?
  5. As Jen said, be careful when putting anything dyed or with any chemical in it into the tank. it can be seriously harmful.
  6. that might not be such a good idea. Do you have any buckets you could put them into overnight? perhaps an air pump as well?
  7. what a lovely set-up. keep an eye on those axies...
  8. Carol, they are *gorgeous*! i love the little white one
  9. it looks fab and thats a very lucky ryukin
  10. they are little beautys Imogen!! i love satin
  11. tinkerbell

    Cassie's Tank

    you tank looks fab i really would suggest that you get some kind of gravel substrate though. Over time sand can really damage goldfish's gills.
  12. you tank is lovely! so are the fishes!
  13. hmm, interesting point.. i should imagine it would work for externals as well tbh..
  14. before i start, i appologise for the modified pic ok, so heres an easy way to create an air stream in your tank.... As you can see, drilling a hole in the top of the filter head and pushing a piece of air line through (which needs to reach above water level for air to get in) will create a simple way to oxygenate your tank jsut as a warning, it is probably better to detatch the head of the filter from the body before drilling a hole, as you can see where you are drilling too. This post has been promoted to an article
  15. before i start, i appologise for the modified pic ok, so heres an easy way to create an air stream in your tank.... As you can see, drilling a hole in the top of the filter head and pushing a piece of air line through (which needs to reach above water level for air to get in) will create a simple way to oxygenate your tank jsut as a warning, it is probably better to detatch the head of the filter from the body before drilling a hole, as you can see where you are drilling too.
  16. these can be aggressive little things. i had three at one stage, but the males decided to eat each other. As justin said, despite their size, they do need a lot of room. Just from my own observations, they seem to enjoy planted tank they also tend to be pretty fussy about what they will eat. mine would only eat live food which meant having a constant supply of daphnia. Despite their needs, they are very rewarding little fish
  17. please correct me if im wrong.... but arent those fish genetically altered to look like that. personally i dont really agree with it, but they do look cool.
  18. wow!! fab tanks!! i love the plants!
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