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    There's a shop on harbor in Anaheim that has it...

    There's a shop on harbor in Anaheim that has it pretty cheap. I think it's just called 'tropical fish'
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    Start with 20. Theyll build up to a hundred...

    Start with 20. Theyll build up to a hundred before too long, but you don't want to overload the tank.
    Theyre somewhat self-limiting, as water quality drops reproduction slows.
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    It's pretty slow growing and fairly new to the...

    It's pretty slow growing and fairly new to the hobby, that's why it's expensive
  4. Eh, after looking up the bus route this weekend,...

    Eh, after looking up the bus route this weekend, its not feasible unless I can find a carpool from Anaheim :/
  5. Last meeting there were two questionable tanks...

    Last meeting there were two questionable tanks that were 'club donations', picked up my 20g to reseal for $8
  6. Anyone willing to let me carpool? I'm in anaheim...

    Anyone willing to let me carpool? I'm in anaheim near Disney.
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    Thinking about it, you might want to remove the...

    Thinking about it, you might want to remove the filter media when you gas it.
    Nitrifying bacteria need oxygen too.
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    Lets see your DIY light solutions!

    The 20g I got at the auction is cleaned, rimless, amd getting sealed this week. I'm brainstorming lighting now.

    I'm cheap, and already know the light I'm going to use, but it's basically a square...
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    That would be amazing with a opae ula shrimp

    That would be amazing with a opae ula shrimp
  10. Interested in 10-15 blue neos, maybe 3-5 nano...

    Interested in 10-15 blue neos, maybe 3-5 nano fish like cpds but haven't decided.

    For plants, I wouldnt say no to frogbit.

    I also have another jar, empty, so i might break down and get...
  11. Fountain valley is generally to far for me. But...

    Fountain valley is generally to far for me. But being on the edge of santa Ana, after looking it up, I'll be there :D
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    Even Diane Walstad herself now uses water...

    Even Diane Walstad herself now uses water movement in her own tanks. Endlers would be your best bet, since theyre super tiny but still tiny enough to rarely bother shrimps. Perhaps even a...
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    Where are you?

    Where are you?
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    Ah youre right.. But inverts, reptiles, and...

    Ah youre right..
    But inverts, reptiles, and amphibians arent nearly as restricted.
    See any freshwater clams anywhere?
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    Hydra are a pain, and microscopic pieces can...

    Hydra are a pain, and microscopic pieces can break off and regrow from what I've read.
    Ive heard peroxide, directly injected on them, will kill them but wont hurt wildlife but physical removal just...
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    Interesting. If a site allows fishing, there may...

    Interesting.
    If a site allows fishing, there may be a liscense to fish for minnows.
    Its a legal loophole i used in Alabama where I'm from.
    Fishing liscense covered minnows under 2" to be used as...
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    I hadn't considered gourami. The only limiting...

    I hadn't considered gourami. The only limiting factor will be swimming space, I don't expect issues with oxygen or water cleanliness.
    I used to breed a pair of flame gourami in a 20L, and they were...
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    Interesting you bring those up. I considered nano...

    Interesting you bring those up. I considered nano rasboras and ember tetras early on, but our water is fairly hard. Don't they prefer softer water?
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    I like using led cool white spotlights if i can...

    I like using led cool white spotlights if i can figure out where to mount it.
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    7" i mean, lol

    7" i mean, lol
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    Plastic. I havent pulled my ruler out, but im...

    Plastic. I havent pulled my ruler out, but im pretty sure its about 7' wide and 14in tall.
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    I do have a heater and filtration ordered for it.

    I do have a heater and filtration ordered for it.
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    Stocking ideas for a round 2g jar?

    My household buys the giant tubs of cheese puffs from walmart, and ive begun turning them into natural nano-aquariums.
    My first, (pic below) will likely just be a small colony neocaridinas, but i...
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    Interesting idea with silicon. I always used...

    Interesting idea with silicon.
    I always used krylon fusion or plasti-dip.
  26. My ottos liked blanched vegetables like zucchini....

    My ottos liked blanched vegetables like zucchini. Just don't leave it in the tank too long. It seems like it takes 6-8 hours to start raising ammonia noticeably, so overnight at the longest.
  27. I use a 2liter bottle with the bottom cut off,...

    I use a 2liter bottle with the bottom cut off, running air hose into a hole in the cap.
    Make sure theres enough salt in the water, table salt is fine.

    They also seem to do much better with a lamp...
  28. I'm interested in carpooling from Anaheim. I...

    I'm interested in carpooling from Anaheim.

    I might be able to bring some 4-5" stems of emerse grown ludwigea repens if anyone wants it.
  29. Yeah i was wondering if it would survive and...

    Yeah i was wondering if it would survive and regrow from the roots? The ludwigea is right up against my dwarf baby tears area, and im concerned the bottom nodes will be visible and ugly. Should i...
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    I vote endlers over guppies, but thats just me....

    I vote endlers over guppies, but thats just me.
    Ive seen guppies tear a shrimp limb from limb, and can get a little nippy, endlers seem more docile.
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