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  Topic: red eared slider

Replies: 5
Views: 1936

PostForum: Chit Chat   Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2008 3:52 am   Subject: Re: red eared slider
Some plant material is harmful to sliders check out the following link...

Diet for Sliders
  Topic: DIY Caves

Replies: 17
Views: 3513

PostForum: DIY   Posted: Sat Jun 18, 2005 12:22 am   Subject: DIY Caves
check this page out...
Cave Tower
  Topic: GMAIL Invites

Replies: 29
Views: 3119

PostForum: Chit Chat   Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2005 10:40 am   Subject: GMAIL Invites
...they even offer "free shipping" Smile
  Topic: Different varieties of Pleco

Replies: 13
Views: 1329

PostForum: Fishkeeping and Aquaristics   Posted: Wed May 25, 2005 6:02 am   Subject: Different varieties of Pleco
a lot of diffrent varities of plecos up for auction at any time
  Topic: IAH in the news

Replies: 7
Views: 970

PostForum: Site Chatter   Posted: Mon May 02, 2005 4:23 am   Subject: IAH in the news
yeah.. I just saw the pic in the gallery section. Thanks nevertheless
  Topic: IAH in the news

Replies: 7
Views: 970

PostForum: Site Chatter   Posted: Sun May 01, 2005 9:19 pm   Subject: IAH in the news
can anyone scan a copy of the article or post a pic of the article?

I dont get Indian Express. I am more of a times of india kinda guy
  Topic: Fishes with Cardinal tetras

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PostForum: Fishkeeping and Aquaristics   Posted: Wed Mar 30, 2005 1:28 pm   Subject: Fishes with Cardinal tetras
Finding Cardinals' tank mates is kinda hard since well because any fish whose mouth is large enough, will eat them, and this includes big discus and angels. IMO good tank mates would be small Cichlids, guppies and other livebearers or perhaps Cory catfish. You can also keep your Cardinals with any small peaceful fish from around the world that require the same type of water parameters.

Personally I would just leave the cardinals by themselves, I mean a big school of cardinals alone in a planted tank would be an awesome sight.

As for the algae eaters I would say a small pleco would do the job but the problem with them is that once they tart growing larger they switch form algae to other food sources (e.g. slow moving fish) and they are also tend to uproot plants.

I am sure some one else here will have more recoomendations.
  Topic: fish behaviour

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Views: 1557

PostForum: Fishkeeping and Aquaristics   Posted: Sun Mar 20, 2005 11:52 am   Subject: fish behaviour
You did not mention for how long they behave weird after the lights are on?
Do they siwm fast and hide for the first 5 mins with the light being on or do they behave wierd the whole time the light are on...

IMO there are a few reasons fish behave diffrent when light are turned on...
1) If the room is totally dark and you suddenly turn the lights on, fish can't get their eyes adjust to the light immeditely. I mean, they dont have eyelids. We humans quint or shut our eyes if bright lights hit our retinas (or corneas. donno which one it is...) Our eyes take a while to adjust to the bright lights and after some time we are fine. But fish dont have this luxury, they can't shut their eyes if a bright light hits them. Hence they swim aimlessly to get away from the light or just hide.

Remedy -- Be sure to turn on the overhead light in the room first. My dad and I always make sure to turn the living room bulbs on at a low dimmer and them wait a while again before you turn on the aquarium light.
Also look at the fins of the fish. I remeber reading somehwere that if their fins are clamped against their bodies, this is a Sign of Stress.

2) Your lights might be too bright

3) You might stock fish that are nocturnal (but I think even nocturnal fish can bare some light)

I am sure others will have more suggestions for you. Good Luck

P.S. sorry for the long post...
  Topic: DIY: Canister Filter... or is it a sump filter? ..

Replies: 10
Views: 2582

PostForum: DIY   Posted: Mon Mar 14, 2005 7:02 am   Subject: DIY: Canister Filter... or is it a sump filter? ..
good luck! Smile
  Topic: How fish function...

Replies: 4
Views: 828

PostForum: Fishkeeping and Aquaristics   Posted: Fri Mar 11, 2005 9:41 pm   Subject: How fish function...
what if it is a small extraction form a big article along with its required citation?
  Topic: Is it right to keep Live Rock ?????

Replies: 23
Views: 4908

PostForum: Live Rock and Invertebrates   Posted: Fri Mar 11, 2005 9:39 pm   Subject: Is it right to keep Live Rock ?????
taken from Marine Depot..

"...The term "live rock" seems to be a misnomer in that terrestrial rock certainly is not alive. The mineral portion of live rock is indeed not alive. In fact, it is not even true rock: it did not form as a function of the earth's mantle cooling. Rather, the rock portion of live rock are the dead coral skeletons from the reef that have broken off from the coral reef itself and become worn down and mineralized over time. These fragments have then been colonized by bacteria, algae, sponges, etc. that create a living patina on the rock. "


all in all, I am cool with live rock. Coral is a whole another thing, just because they are notoriously hard to house I dont see myself getting one anytime soon.
  Topic: Endangered species

Replies: 4
Views: 583

PostForum: Fishkeeping and Aquaristics   Posted: Thu Mar 10, 2005 9:27 pm   Subject: Endangered species
hmm... this is starting to sound almost like birds... where you can keep non-native species as pets and not allowed to keep native species.
  Topic: Endangered species

Replies: 4
Views: 583

PostForum: Fishkeeping and Aquaristics   Posted: Thu Mar 10, 2005 7:12 pm   Subject: Endangered species
never heard any one turtle rule. But I know for a fact that red eared sliders aren't native to india at all... they are native to north america.

They aren't endangred, only thing is that Authentic sliders (Chrysemys scripta elegans) are hard to come by india. Normally the ones I come across are Painted Turtles and a few other local species.

Basically it is to my knowledge that here in india anything aquatic that is not a fish is technically illegal to keep. Whether endangered or not.
  Topic: DIY : Homemade Caves

Replies: 8
Views: 2177

PostForum: DIY   Posted: Mon Mar 07, 2005 8:46 am   Subject: DIY : Homemade Caves
congrats Razz on a job well done. The caves look really cool.

Try and get some pics on how they look underwater.
  Topic: DIY : Homemade Caves

Replies: 8
Views: 2177

PostForum: DIY   Posted: Sat Mar 05, 2005 6:02 am   Subject: DIY : Homemade Caves
a pretty good site, ain't it... like I said before, the keyword is improvisation. I am sure if you do your current project again sometime in the future, you can incorporate some more ideas and come up with something totally unique.

Or better yet, the next time you have a plumber or a carpenter at you place to do some work, get him to fabricate some caves and towers for you. All you have to do then is decorate it the way you want.

p.s. post pics of your cave once its done... kinda curious to how they turn out.
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