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  1. I'm setting up a 125 litre planted community tank and adding a bristle nose catfish, a pearl gourami and a school of emperor tetras. Would that be ok? Also any other suggestions for it? Any barbs or rasbora I could get? It's me and my dad that are setting it up and he doesn't want any thing that everyone has.

  2. You should get epaulette sharks they are cool, they are hardy fish ranging around 22 to 29c ( 71 to 84f) they grow to a decent size around 3 feet long, they live for 20 years, they eat shrimp, mussels, clams, feeder shrimp, frozen feeder shrimp or other smaller marine based items they can eat in around 2 to 3 minutes, it is a bottom dwelling fish so it doesn’t move a lot especially during the day, they are active during the nigh and the mourning. They should be kept in a 300 gallon tank. a good protein skimmers are very important since these sharks make a lot of waste.

    This is my opinion you don’t have to do this obviously it is just a recommendation.

  3. It’s that time of year man cold bugs an sick bugs I’m sicker then a dog right now lol and to make matters worse my an the gf broke up an all my fish are stuck over there :/ gaaaaaa

  4. Joey, have you thought of a float switch, possibly wired to the moisture sensor of the controller (if it has an option for it) to stop the valves when water reaches the sensor? Or the float switch could be wired in series with the valve so that no matter the length of the timer it will shut off power to the valve when the correct water level is reached.


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types of shrimp in MY

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