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Ladytank

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  1. Here is an easy fix for aphasia. Boil some water. Using a syringe with some tubing on it squirt the aphasia. Kills it immediately,and no need for chemicals. Get them quick or they will take over your tank. I used this method just last week,and it worked. I saw it on a YouTube video. Nice looking tank.
  2. Your gsp will take over that rock and anything that rock is touching besides the sand.
  3. I made it home to my tanks today. Lost everything but my hermits and one cleaner shrimp. Cleaned out all the dead matter, my parameters are right on target. I got lucky I know. Can't wait to repopulate my tanks. Thank you for all the advice that you shared with me.
  4. Due to the resent camp fire I can only think both of my tanks are dead. Its been a week and can't get to them until early Dec. My question is, are the sand and rock salvageable? Do I need to replace everything?
  5. I saw one of these tanks on the king of DIY like 2 months ago. I believe it was even smaller.
  6. It will be 2 to 3 weeks before I can go back home. I know they are just fish, but it's still a loss of life. Between rotten food and dead tanks I'm sure the smell will be overwhelming lol. I still have a home when so many have lost theirs. I'm counting my blessings.Thank you
  7. Thank you. I've only been in the hobby 9 months, and didn't know what would happen. I'm one of the lucky ones for sure. Thank you so much.
  8. They are AIO tanks. The pumps have been off for 2 days. Is all the water going to stay in the tanks
  9. If not allowed I'm sorry. I was evacuated because of the camp fire in California. My house is still standing luckily. I know my tanks are probably dead from no power. Will I have water on my floors from the pumps not running? I'm just trying to figure out what I get to go home to. I'm not complaining I just want to know if they possibly overflow.
  10. I'm running an older 29gl biocube. I have 5 fish in mine, so you should be fine. Are you running the newer biocube with the led lights? My tank needs a cleaning, but here's a pic anyway.
  11. A Benny would be my choice. Mine has such a great personality. Hides in holes, and perches on the rock work. Top of the tank bottom of the tank all around peaceful fish.
  12. I'm running a biocube14A, with stock lighting. I can tell you right off that's to many fish for your tank. 2 is more then sufficient. I would keep the goby and 1 clown. Once you have your nutrients under control which your skimmer will help do,your corals will be good. I do a 5 gallon water change every week,and change my floss twice a week. This tank has been up 4 months.
  13. Lawn mower bennies eat algea, and nori. They are not sand sifters. They are herbivores.
  14. Have you been running the same lights for 2yrs? I also have a bio cube 29. I change my lights every yr.
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