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Re: [APD] Re: Aquatic-Plants Digest, Vol 13, Issue 27
The night viewing light actually might slightly reduce
stress, since the night light comes on just before the main
lights go out, which is well after sundown. So instead of
the aquaria just going from very bright to total darkness
in a moment, there is an interim period of dim light.
But then who knows what fish think or feel?
Re the white cloudiness, if it's what I think it is, it
might get worse before it gets better or it might clear up
quickly (probably will with the way you have set up the
aquarium). But water changes won't help or hurt it. Those
bacteria will frow back quickly after a water change until
it's ready to die off.
Anyway, glad if you got some help. After all, we're all in
this together, whatever it is ;-)
Good luck, good fun,
--- NYCMags <heavensabvus1 at yahoo_com> wrote:
> Right, of course, it never occurred to me to remove
> the spray bar! Thanks! Yes, the 2026 comes with 2
> L-shaped pieces so you can just direct a straight
> current horizontally in any direction you choose. And
> it would look better too. You're also right that the
> current is very, very strong on this unit.
> As for my "bacterial bloom", it's certainly not
> getting worse so I'll wait and see....I already
> doublechecked that it's not yeast solution so I know
> it's nothing that's coming from outside. Lots of
> plants already and the entire amount of mulm from my
> previous gravel bed was seeded into this tank so I'll
> just keep an eye on it.
> As for the nightlights, you and Mike said the same
> thing. Maybe they actually like it if they huddle
> near it! I'm actually looking for another light
> fixture and a lot of them come with this and I was
> thinking what a nice idea it was.
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