My hard workers need a shed,lol.

Discussion in 'General Discussions and Advice' started by pkc, 4 Dec 2012.

  1. pkc

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    Two of my red lines are in desperate need of a shed because of algae, still nothing stops them or the others from carrying out cleaning up any left overs or loose skin or what ever off my hand.

    They love scabs,eerrrr.

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    nice:p
     
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    it seems that they all do;)
     
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    Well they finally got rid of those messy feelers.

    The shell.

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    Arrrr, releife.

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    Would you mind posting a FTS? Your tank looks very colourful. Thanks!
     
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    This is the invert tank below my fish tank; I have two tanks running off my Natural waste management system, no skimmer, just bio system, algae and did my first partial water change in 13 months, just two weeks back.

    There are only 7 fish in the invert tank with a lot of crustaceans and everything else,17 fish in the one above and some corals, tube worms etc and crustaceans, both tanks are two foot long, by seventeen by seventeen inches.

    This is the invert tank a few weeks back.

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    This is the top tank on the same day,i let the algae go a little wild in there,lol.

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    That's gorgeous. Thank you!

    Can you provide more info (and pics, always MOAR pics!) on your bio system?
     
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    Just put these in the google search bar

    It is based on firstly a barrier pre filter, algae and coralline rollers for the first bio system, then settling pre filters, no external bio filter can function at a high level with out something like them or lots of work and heart ache.
    Filter socks, no matter what the micron, do not catch enough!

    http://southeastqueenslandm.aforumfree.com/t1418-my-second-glass-tank-in-years-connected-to-the-nwmsa-moderately-eutrophic-system

    This one has the bio filter in it.
    http://southeastqueenslandm.aforumfree.com/t884-my-first-glass-aquarium-in-two-yearsa-moderately-eutrophic-system
     
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