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RE: [APD] RE: Neolamprologus ocellatus
Thanks for the input Steve. Do you have problems with BGA in your tanks? How many do you have in the 15 gallon?
Lemon Grove, California
On Thursday, December 18, 2003 06:15, R S Ahl [SMTP:rsahl at dimensional_com] wrote:
> > Message: 1
> > Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2003 18:20:02 -0800
> > From: Phil Bunch <pbunch at cox_net>
> > Subject: RE: [APD] Carbon filtration, DOC & BGA
> > To: "'aquatic plants digest'" <aquatic-plants at actwin_com>
> > I can't do large volume water changes in a tank that has BGA problems due
> > to sensitivities of the fish component. Twenty-five percent is about the
> > max recommended for this species (Neolamprologus ocellatus). Any
> > suggestions?
> > Phil Bunch
> Form my Lamprologus ocellatus (same fish) tank I do 50 % water change weekly.
> They look better, they seem happier, they eat well.
> My tap water is,
> pH 7.4
> KH 2.24
> GH 4.48
> I use Carib Sea substrate in two tanks. One 15g and one 40 breeder house a total of
> 21 fish. If I had to I would prep the water before replacing it. But other wise I just drain the water,
> treat the tank with Prime, and fill directly.
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