From its origin in southwestern Tibet as the Yarlung Zangbo River, it flows across southern Tibet to break through the Himalayas in great gorges and into Arunachal Pradesh where it is known as Dihang. Aug 18, Messages: Really delete this comment from the site? I wouldn't remove the spray bar in favor of a hose shooting water. OK they may not live in the same biotope, but they are both Asian and can live together, so you can get away with that. They will often suffer from crypt meltdown where all of the leaves will die off but these should re grow if left to their own devices.
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Blackwater habitats tend to lack plants of almost any kind because the low pH is created by organic decay. This will more than likely be a project for which we will seek funding over the next few months and will not be actually set up for the next school year as we are in the last year of our lease and will be in a new facility in the fall of for the school year. If AQ is down, go to our Facebook page for status updates. Be sure to choose a company with a promise to replace livestock that's dead on arrival rarely happens, to be honest, if shipped properly. So I have bought one and l set it up. Canonical Community Ordination version 4.
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I'm pretty much looking at the project as something I intend to enjoy looking at, so no matter the cost, I want to do it the "right way", so that minimal backtracking will occur once I'm into final set up. Soft and slightly acidic Temperature: I bought a bogwood and a crypt sp. Basically, I'll start with the plan for this biotope tank. Syntopic species include Rasbora tornieri, R. I plan to have at least a 30 gallon tank with a large tree trunk ornament as the centerpiece and lots of plants. They're just too small to work well with other fish; Danios for example would likely bully them.
A tank with large open swimming areas is suggested for rainbowfish. Special Issue Issue 2 Issue 1. I think about it every night and day! See if you can lay hands on scleromystax barbatus. The only one I could find was the Wendii.