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l_lds2006

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  1. here is a useful link http://fins.actwin.com/species/anemone.html it tells you about everything from the easy types to the most difficult how to feed etc anemones don't need clown fish to survive and thrive the same goes for clown fish majority of the time now alot of clown fish are captive bred and never seen an anemone in their life and wouldn't know what an anemone is there are lots of hobbyist that keep anemone only tanks but be forewarned do not mix different species of anemones if you decide to just keep anemones only as different species of anemones will sting each other it becomes a battle of dominance with 2 different anemones in a aquarium and believe me you don't want that cause if you have a well established system all it takes is one dead anemone to crash your whole system then you will have to start all over again. here is another link all the anemone keepers use this site she has alot of great info http://www.karensroseanemones.com/
  2. I agree with everything koko has said also depending on what size reef tank you plan on getting it may not hold the anemone very long as anemones can get very large esp the haddoni carpet they also require metal hailde lighting, and they can eat your fish. I say that if and when and your tank is stable after a year the best anemone to start out with would be rbta(rose bubble tip anemone)they only require t5ho this is a rbta http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2037/167549...6874d85.jpg?v=0 they can split too into clones and you tank might end up like this http://www.reefland.com/gallery/files/2/5/5/6/IMG_4988.JPG as for corals you can add them like 3-4 months but again it depends on what type of coral you want to do you have sps,lps,soft coral and zoanthids sps requires high lighting metal halide even though I have seen fellow reef hobbyist keep sps under under t5ho with out a problem but i think metal halide is actually better IMHO
  3. I painted my aquarium backs black I think it makes the color stand out on the fish I have never painted the bottom of my tanks though
  4. opps forgot to add subi is svr I got one svr I will have to get another svr for subi
  5. yeah I have a not so good one he is still small yet I have to start green water culture but here is a side shot
  6. yeah I have found that as well they are very gentle. I also think lionheads are as well here is another top view from earlier
  7. yeah subi is friendly I haven't tried picking subi up yet though
  8. wow koko they could pass as twins mongo is handsome
  9. thanks koko~ I am loving this guy
  10. hiya~ I have a question as I have been thinking it over and decided to that I would like to set up a half barrel indoor pond how do I go about setting one up I have seen at lowes that they have the 19 inch whiskey half barrels I am wondering what is the total gallons for that
  11. Oh I forgot to add I named my ranchu subi
  12. thanks smilingfish~ this guy is still small yet but I see potential with him I am actually getting ready to set up green water for him
  13. hiya sue~ well there is a place in South Philly hat I got him from but that was the last one I know the owner personally and the next time he gets some in I actually get to go to the place they have them all in and get first dibs before they move them to the store there is another place in the Chinatown area but I never got to go there I am hoping to go there this week to check them out I haven't found any other places yet but these places
  14. well after being out of the hobby for a long while I have gotten back into it this is first purchase I did a top view shot I was cleaning the tank and put him in the extra large bin and thought this was an opportunity to take a top view shot of him
  15. lol I agree it is hard to just stop at one and I know this as I am completely addicted to bettas I had spent 300 USD on bettas from thailand for only 7 betta and shipping once you start it is hard to stop I am saying this and 30+ betta now not including fry spawn 2 spawns I have 300-400 betta fry from one spawn and another few hundred from another spawn I am going to have to ask koko to change my nn to swimminginbettas
  16. you are quite welcome nicki you can go to aquabid also there are a few breeders I could point you in the direction to that are well known my betta in my avatar is from a betta breeder I know
  17. you can feed them pellets as well as other food as bettas are carnivores I feed them Ocean Nutrition atisons pro betta food they are pellets I also feed freeze dried blood worms and frozen blood worms and frozen brine shrimp these brands are by hikari I also feed them live foods such as grindal worms black worms etc as it nutritious for them I also use Indian Almond Leaf for them they seem to love it Nickie I will let you know that you can keep female bettas together they call it a sorority it is recommended that you keep atleast 8-10 in a sorority they have a pecking thing they go through to see who is going to be the Alpha betta of the sorority but it is nothing to worry about but you might get a highly aggressive female at one time or another but you can just separate that female from the rest of the females but yeah definitely keep male bettas separate of they will hurt each other badly or it can even result in the death of one of them but yeah bettas they are pretty amazing they have a completely different character if you need help on finding a betta to purchase there is a site called aquabid that sells all kinds of bettas that is were I have gotten some of mine from I hope this helps you some what if you have any other info you need let me know.
  18. Niki73 I sent you a pm in regards to helpful info about bettas
  19. thanks everyone my super red halfmoons spawned as well I am waiting on my golds to spawn now as I had a total of 3 spawns set up and I am happy as 2 have spawned just my golds I am awaiting on now oh here are a few pics from my other spawn the mom is the female posted up their father was a lavender traditional plakat
  20. sure here they are versace his sister
  21. I just bred this pair there are over 100 eggs that he is tending to they had started to hatch late last night this is his sibling i bred him with
  22. thanks everyone! yeah i know the deal with the breeding them they can be rather harsh I have a pair of giants i have tried breeding 3 times already and they for the life of me will not breed I just had a successful spawn with my symmetrical plakats their are over 100 eggs and they are starting to hatch i have my super reds set up as well nest month i will be getting a pair of suthasine gold halfmoons they are going to cost me 70 for the pair and that includes shipping from thailand to us and then another 50 for shipping to me from trans shipper but is well worth it to have a pair of this breeders bettas as they are only available through him here is a picture of them they are the first row the betta in the middle http://www.majesticbettabliss.com/bettavarieties.html
  23. hiya everyone these are my gold dragon halfmoons lol I named them Dolce & Gabbana enjoy! this is Dolce and Gabanna together Dolce is the male Gabanna is the female Gabanna
  24. I feed my bettas Atison Betta Pro It is a floating pellet my bettas seem to love it and it definitely lasts a long time and they are small enough where the betta can eat it I also feed them hikari frozen blood worms I also feed them live stuff as well
  25. thanks mr bumblebee yeah i have quite the collection lol I have giant marble hmpks,I have gold halfmoons I have a whole assortment of betta I have my giant hmpks set up in the spawn tank I am hoping that they spawn for me as I plan on working the giant line they can get pretty big they can reach anywhere between 4-5 inches and up in length depending on what type of giant it is
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