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  • Gender
    Female
  • Age
    26
  • Location
    Kansas City
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  • How many Goldfish
    4
  1. Needing filter media in Kansas City

    Thanks so much for the media Courtney!! I can't wait to see it start working. We really appreciate it!
  2. Needing filter media in Kansas City

    Wonderful! I'm sure the media is awesome...with lots of little bacteria to help me out. I'm so happy someone can help.
  3. Needing filter media in Kansas City

    Sounds fantastic. My husband will be in a piece of crap black Mercury Tracer (like an old Ford Escort). He's blonde and wears glasses in case there's someone else there driving an unfortunate vehicle. He'll meet you there at 6. We really appreciate it, hopefully this will be just what we need to finish up this cycle!
  4. Needing filter media in Kansas City

    He's been informed that he'll need to do the pickup. Any day is fine, he works over in that direction, so it's no problem for us. Whatever is easiest for you, you're doing us a huge favor.
  5. Needing filter media in Kansas City

    Sounds fair, I have to work all this week. I work evenings. Tomorrow I don't get off until 630, and it's midnight the rest of the week. I can send my manservant husband if that's ok with you. Any of those days are fine for him.
  6. Needing filter media in Kansas City

    Sounds good to me! I'm hoping JamieMonster is right and I just need a little kick in the pants to get this thing to finish up. I live between Brookside and Waldo. And I can drive, that's no problem.
  7. Needing filter media in Kansas City

    I don't have any from another tank. They're there, my ammonia is all the way down, but I'm having huge nitrite spikes, and only a little nitrates. It was recommended by JamieMonster that I get a little bit of established media to finish off this process. I've been at it almost 3 months. It's a 75 Gal tank and we're doing daily 60% changes with no improvement in the nitrite levels.
  8. Baby Orandas need homes

    I'd PM you, but I don't have access to that yet. Once my tank is cycled..I keep thinking it's so very close...and I'm ready to add another fish, I'd be interested. And I live in your area. Do you still have some babies left?
  9. I'm about half way through a cycle, and it has been recommended that I get some established media to help me finish it off. I live in KC, and could meet anyone who is even sort of close. If you'd be willing to ship some goodies to me, I of course would be willing to pay for it. I appreciate any help you can offer. J
  10. High nitrite won't go down

    It took me 2 months to get to this point. My tank temp is 72 degrees. It's a 75gal tank. We're changing the water every 24-48 hours, using higher doses of Prime, so I don't think my fish are suffering from toxic effects. Would raising the temp to 75 ish or something help with the cycle, and not bother the fish too much? I'm not necessarily looking to finish this cycle up in a week (but that would be nice) I just want to make sure I haven't done something to keep it from finishing some time in the near future.
  11. So about 3 weeks ago I got really excited to start seeing nitrites, and hoping my cycling was coming to an end. In a matter of a few days my super high ammonia dropped to zero. And my nitrites skyrocketed. We're seeing both nitrites and a few nitrates (10-20) but they never get very high because of all the water changes we've been doing to keep the nitrites in check. For a few weeks we've been doing nearly daily 60% changes (sometimes a bit more) with almost no change in the nitrite level. It is still between 2-5ppm. Last night before the change it measured between 2-5ppm, and after a 90% change is measured .25ppm. It's the lowest it's been. I had hoped it was enough of a reduction to help us stay ahead of it. Well, not so much. This morning, 12 hours after the 90% change the levels are right back up where they were. Our tap ammonia is .5ppm, so I know we're putting more into the tank when we change the water, but would that (plus what comes from my fish) be enough to make it jump that high in just a 12 hours? I know the second stage of cycling takes longer, so do I just need to be more patient (haha hard for me) and keep changing the water, or is there something else I can do to help this along? It's been weeks!! We are dosing with Prime every time we change the water. I've got 2 small goldfish, 2.5 inches each maybe. They both appear to be fine, as a matter of fact, they love to play in the bubbles the water makes when we pour the new water into the tank. You all were so helpful in getting me to this stage, I'm hoping you have some great insight for this second step. Thanks for your input! J
  12. My Red and Black Oranda

    What a good looking fish!
  13. Goldfish of the Week Winner

    Congratulations!! Beautiful fish.
  14. Goldfish bribe!

    He sounds like a keeper to me! Super cute fish!
  15. Feeding time! (vid)

    They're so cute! Hungry hungry babies.
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