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PostPosted: Wed Feb 29, 2012 1:01 pm Post subject: WTB- Yamato Shrimps Mumbai Reply with quote

 Guys  I'd  like  to  buy  a  dozen  of  these.......Kindly  pm  or  Call-  9619055633
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 29, 2012 5:58 pm Post subject: Re: WTB- Yamato Shrimps Mumbai Reply with quote

 check  out  nautilus  ...  Map  Link
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2012 6:16 am Post subject: Re: WTB- Yamato Shrimps Mumbai Reply with quote

 Hey  Chetan
 Thanks  for  replying....
 Unfortunately,  Nautilius  doesn't  seem  to  have  them.....Neither  do  Uttrekar  or  Aquanature  at  Borivali.....I  got  six  from  this  guy  located  at  Mira  Road  at  almost  thrice  the  market  rate   Sad.......Couldn't  help  as  the  algae  growth  was  exponential,  so  had  to  buy  them......
 Appreciate  your  help  anyways....
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2012 1:51 pm Post subject: Re: WTB- Yamato Shrimps Mumbai Reply with quote

 You  should  have  tried  to  find  out  the  source  of  algae  and  treated  that  rather  then  buying  at  thrice  the  market  rate...
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2012 2:20 pm Post subject: Re: WTB- Yamato Shrimps Mumbai Reply with quote

 Troy,  check  this  link  might  hopefully  help  until  you  get  the  shrimps.
 
 http://bubblesaquarium.com/images/home%20mid_photo/Article%20on%20Algae/freshwater_algae.htm
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2012 9:34 pm Post subject: Re: WTB- Yamato Shrimps Mumbai Reply with quote

 Thanks  Abhishek
 
 I  replaced  my  T5s  with  Metal  Halides  2  weeks  ago  and  got  this  green  hair  algae  bloom  all  of  a  sudden,  an  algae  blanket  over  my  hairgrass.....I  knew  and  as  the  link  also  suggests,  Yamato  shrimps  deal  with  this  type  algae  effectively,  however  I've  been  scouting  for  them  since  the  past  10days  and  have  managed  to  get  only  6.......
 I  still  could  do  with  another  dozen.......
 I've  got  Ottos  and  SAE's  too  but  they  get  the  algae  of  the  leaves  &  never  eat  the  algae  growing  on  the  bed.......
 Thanks  for  the  link  again.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2012 4:22 pm Post subject: Re: WTB- Yamato Shrimps Mumbai Reply with quote

 how  many  hours  lighting  you've  got  in  there  daily?
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2012 4:44 pm Post subject: Re: WTB- Yamato Shrimps Mumbai Reply with quote

 You  said  -  algae  growing  on  the  bed,  are  you  talking  about  blue-green  algae  (cyanobacteria)?
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2012 7:00 pm Post subject: Re: WTB- Yamato Shrimps Mumbai Reply with quote

 8  hrs....  2MH's  150  Watts  each.....1  Hitachi  Aquarium  light  40  Watts
 
 No,  it's  not  cyanobacteria,  it's  green  hair  algae  growing  all  over  the  grass  and  bed.   Sad
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2012 2:39 pm Post subject: Re: WTB- Yamato Shrimps Mumbai Reply with quote

 A  total  of  340W  of  light!  How  many  gallons/litres  of  water  do  you  have  in  your  tank.  Is  it  a  established/new  tank  for  which  u  changed  the  lights  from  T5  to  MH?  I  think  the  sudden  growth  of  hair  algae  is  due  to  excessive  light.  You  could  remove  the  algae  as  much  as  possible  by  using  a  toothbrush  and  try  complete  black  outs.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2012 7:22 pm Post subject: Re: WTB- Yamato Shrimps Mumbai Reply with quote

 110Gal.....5footer,  24inch  ht......
 I've  tried  the  tooth  brush  method......The  problem  is  the  algae  is  growing  on  the  bed  and  when  I  try  to  brush  it  off,  it  scatters  the  sand  that  it's  clinging  to  all  over,  leaving  the  aquarium  in  a  soupy  mess......
 I'll  try  the  total  Blackout  method,  however  am  sure  the  algae  will  appear  once  the  lights  are  on  again.
 Has  anybody  tried  the  absolute  Algae  remover  from  aquasstaronline???
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2012 7:29 pm Post subject: Re: WTB- Yamato Shrimps Mumbai Reply with quote

 get  a  dozen  of  sae  and  keep  them  in  a  separate  tank  and  starve  them  for  a  week  then  leave  them  in  the  main  tank  thats  all  Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 28, 2012 12:25 pm Post subject: Re: WTB- Yamato Shrimps Mumbai Reply with quote

 Sorry,  never  used  any  agent  to  remove  algae.  I  suspect  it  might  affect  bacterial  colony  in  the  filter.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 28, 2012 4:33 pm Post subject: Getting Rid of Algae Reply with quote

 Nautilus  has  an  Azoo  product  for  removing  algae.  I  use  one  Algae  Remover  as  preventive  medicine  dosed  in  my  tanks  weekly.  Call  and  let  them  know  what  you  are  experiencing  and  they  will  help.  If  needed  write  to  Jack  Wang  (jack  at  azoo  dot  com  dot  tw)  and  he  can  guide  you.  I  write  to  him  for  any  doubts  on  Azoo  products  because  I  use  their  Bacteria,  Carbon,  Algae  and  Water  Conditioner  liquid  dosing  products.  I  must  say  they  are  expensive  though  !
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