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  1. Wanting to buy some of the more affordable L numbers. Looking at cheaper L numbers, roughly $25-40ea. Have Bristlenose in the tank, they're super active. North Brisbane.
  2. 2 Bristlenose and a Borneo sucker doing well. Water seems very good.
  3. Got a Bristle nose, Shrimp, Mystery snail and a handful of Endlers in a freshly set up tank, so far 2 weeks and they're all doing fantastic. Mystery snails in all 3 of my tanks and no issues. Using filter, timber and plants out of another tank. I've done loads of water changes on the problem tank, full gravel vacs, cleaned the filter and scrubbed a heap of the plants of the algae, it seems to have done wonders, so far the mystery snail has lived for a month and grown almost to twice its size.
  4. The filter sits above the water and pumps bubbles into the tank like crazy, there is also an air stone. It's very loud, but it helps me sleep easy being it's right next to my bed. There's no C02 in the tank, the only thing growing the plants is the nice LED light. It could be bacteria, but everything else is fine as well, the Fighter, Corydoras, Barbs Rasboras and all other Tetras seem to be happy as normal. I was told today that the "Black Galaxy Sand" could be causing heavy metal spikes in the tank. It could also be the roof of the house changing with age, or something my rain water tank has turned bad.
  5. That isn't a silly question, I haven't. I will check it though.
  6. In the last 2 months I have lost every single algae eater in my tank. 4 year old Bristlenose, 2 x 2 year old flying foxes, L397, Albino Bristlenose, Borneo sucker, all cherry shrimp, all clear shrimp. I have Fighters, Corydoras, Tetras, Rasboras and barbs which are unaffected. Both of my tanks are going through a massive hair algae outbreak, I have never had hair algae in my tanks before now, my tank has been running for 5 years. It seems that anything that eats it dies very quickly. I don't know what to do. I've done a lot of water changes lately and it seems my Ammonia and Nitrates are high even after a water change. Edit: I feed the fish twice a week, Monday and Friday, they eat everything I give them. Edit 2: I have a Fluval C3 hanging filter, the tank is 65 Litres.
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  10. I consider the Fluval edge to be a nano salt water tank. But I consider anything under 15 litres to be nano for fresh water.
  11. It's so clean that it's pure white! Just kidding, don't think the picture worked.
  12. That's a valid point, however most people don't take pictures with the intent of sharing in high quality anyway. I use Deviant Art if I want to upload a mega quality image with a water mark anyway.
  13. Only thing unnatural in my tanks now are beneficial to the tank. Filter, heater and K1 in a black drinking bottle.
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