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    And the goldies hoping for more food lol
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    Juliet making her forum debut. I've had her about 6 weeks now.
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    On another 50% water change today. I'm thinking maybe this weekend I will start trying to set up the other Nano tank. I will have to get it of course LOL. I'm thinking of doing a simple java fern setup for the Pea puffer tank. not sure where I am going to get the Pea puffer at yet LOL. None of the local pet stores have them though one has carried them in the past. So I may ask them if they can get a shipment in. I've been doing a lot of research on them that's why I was watching a lot of videos and I think that would make a nice little nano tank fish for my bedside table to watch. I may get some MTS or Ramshorns and though in my other tank to grow some food for the puffer. Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
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    Thank you for spotting that for me. I was busy today doing birthday things
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    Hi all I don't visit here much any more as I don't currently have fish at the moment (see previous posts in which I had what can only be described as an adult tantrum and got rid of all my tanks ) I'm thinking I will get another tank once the weather warms up and I can put some money aside for it (it's currently winter here in Aus). Anyways, I just wanted to pop on here and say hello to everyone
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    Freah water change and changed the "substrate". Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
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    Those were beautiful fish. Losing all of the fish usually indicates toxic water. I notice pebbles in the bottom of the tank. If you go to any pond forum, you will see people complaining that their fish are dying after enjoying two years of good health. The experienced people always ask the same question-- "Do you have stones in the bottom of the pond?" The answer is always yes. The spaces between the stones collect debris that rots. The decomposition process uses up oxygen, and may release toxic gases. Read all of Walstad's book. It's loaded with sound information.
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    Hi mj! i was watching this on YouTube the other day: Maybe it will work? And looks pretty simple to do 👍🏽 I love your fat fishies ❤️ Speckles/Bel
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    And 10 days after hatching, they actually look like proper birds. Pretty cute. Turns out there are 4 of them and not 3. I look from time to time but don't linger and I never ever touch them, feed them, or reach towards them. I just look. Their mom seems to be doing a great job and there is no need for my intervention.
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    They are rough but it gives me more money to spend on my pets LOL Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
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    Sounds good. Appreciate the response. 👍🏽
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    Glad to see another old member
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    Thank you!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    At least the plants are doing nice lol Sent from my LGL84VL using Tapatalk
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    Ohh. There is! Tapatalk must have different types of report functions available then! Thanks for that, never mind Koko! Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
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    I would suggest loads of live plants, which would have microorganisms and aufwuch to eat and snack on. Plants with fine leaves - like java moss - make great additions. Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk
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    Chris here... Sharing Pig Pen... Finally chased him down for a photo... showing me the stink eye... LOL!!!
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    Check out those chin freckles
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    What a difference 2 months makes!! I took the second picture today!!
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    You are lucky I don't drive, or you would have a surprise visitor!
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    Playing with the fish eye lens Annual I threw in, cuphea Flamenco Samba Now for some macros (or maybe "nanos") Teeny bloom of Russian sage Water willow, taking over my bog. Tiny bloom similar to an orchid With friend Some kind of hardy succulent or stone crop I have growing in a rock I planted some of their babies on another Boulder Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Well a bummer. I had been using Picassa to upload my pics but it seems to have changed, or at least I can't access it the same since I put Windows 10 on my computer. Broke down and am using Tapatalk now. Well see how this goes. I really like the mass blooms I get from my rudbeckia. They are beasts of plants but look so nice when they are in bloom! Limelight hydrangeas along my back fence are starting to bloom. Oak leaf hydrangea against a natural stone wall. I couldn't believe it when the rabbits were even eating the yucca leaves this spring! They killed all my coneflowers which really bummed me out. More happy black eyed Susan's amongst some buddelia. This is harlequin but the variegation is not great. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Here is Texas Shell Pink. It is a night bloomer, opens from dusk to dawn. I've cramped it in a little pot so it is more manageable. Makes the flowers smaller too but still nice.
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