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    Not so 21 anymore...
  1. A bit of vinegar & water helps as well.
  2. All-Glass / Aqueoun are fine tanks. Since you're getting it used, be sure to inspect everything to (all the sides & the seams) to make sure there isn't any damage.
  3. Throw some dry newspaper under it. You'll see any water spots on it pretty quickly due to the water-soluble dye.
  4. Omg! I did that to my last glass-top too... :'( Hope you feel better & that the blood comes off the carpet well!
  5. Pond dechlorinators are probably much more concentrated than aquarium dechlorinators to make up for the difference in volume you'd usually be replacing.
  6. Omg, for a second I thought we lived in the same place! I'm going to have a similar outage on Friday. If you know when your power will be out, you might want to do a large water change sometime beforehand so as to keep waste levels as low as possible when the power goes out. Good luck!
  7. I think it would be more helpful if you added more details to your post... For example, what is this jellyfish you speak of? Is it SUPPOSED to be in a tank with fish? HOW does it kill? Are there only SPECIFIC types of fish that are not compatible with it?
  8. Breeding for aesthetics is CRUEL! but they're so purdy lul <3
  9. In addition to your volume + filtration + waterchange concerns, I would also worry about feeding. Goldfish LOVE to gobble up all the goods. Do you have a method of feeding that will allow your loaches to have their fair share?
  10. I'd be worried about the betta with the guppies. Their fins might be too similar to a betta's.
  11. Print out the pets*mart ad with the price showing, the manager will match the price to whatever your printout says www.pets mart.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2754034 Right now a master kit is $30
  12. I'm very loose about my calculation with dojos. Right now my two they live in a 40-gallon aquarium with three fancy-type goldfish. This is with a 90% water change once a week + 700 GPH filtration. Personally, I think if you're planning to keep them in a goldfish tank, don't keep dojos in anything smaller than a 10-gallon and give them at least 5-gallon personal volume. Plus, keep an eye on your goldfish to make sure they're not harassing the dojos. In my experience, my goldfish don't pay them any attention at all.
  13. I have two golden dojo loaches in my goldfish aquarium and I love 'em. They're so fun to watch as they swim around like little dragons, and they work as hard as any goldfish at getting bites from the gel food!
  14. I'm a little worried about the foam. You might have a higher bioload than what your current water change regimen can handle. I recommend changing more water at a time or changing the same amount a lot more often. This may help get rid of the smell too.
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