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Recent content by rasmusW

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    What to do now?

    Beautiful.. thanks for the “updates”.. -r
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    Project: Forest creek near Barcelos, Rio Negro tributaries in Brazil

    Thanks. There is always something new to learn. I do have pothos in my tank, just wasn’t sure of the name. -r
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    Project: Forest creek near Barcelos, Rio Negro tributaries in Brazil

    Sorry, if this is a dumb question… Do you plant those Chamaedorea in the substrate like a normal plant or how is it rooted? Looking good. -r
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    Apistogramma cuiari

    Very nice fish. Good luck, keeping them. -r
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    substrate sands.

    Thanks darrel! Ye! I thougt of giving sands with mixed grain size a go, because i saw Ivan mikolji’s morichal river documentay. I use riversand in all my tanks now, which is more or less evensized. I think i just got thrown off by the phrase “naturally cosmetic”… -thanks for your input, all...
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    A. atahualpa biotope

    Ye! Might be a good idea. I’ll give it a chance here first. -r
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    substrate sands.

    Hey Mike! Sorry, the link is probally not so easy to see. I will post it again here. Link -r
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    substrate sands.

    hi all! i'm dreaming of getting a new larger tank to replace one of my 75 liters. the idea so far is a clearwater tank to house either some clearwater apistos or some dicrossus maculatus. so far it's just on the drawing board/dream scenario.. heheh a week ago or so i found this substrate, so...
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    A. atahualpa biotope

    ps.. -maybe i should have posted this in the ID/sexing sub forum. -r
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    A. atahualpa biotope

    hey all! some months ago i got a new trio for this tank. now they have settled in nicely and reaching 4-5 cm in size. sadly i think i got 3 females, but to be sure i thought i would hear your take on sexing them. i hope the pictures are good enough for it, though the smallest one (-which i...
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    Rio Negro or Orinoco? (D. filamentosus)

    Have you checked tomC’s site? There is a fine diagram and description of the two varieties, as far as i can remember. -r
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    An old trick revisited (netting fish)

    Hahaha… all good. Can’t wait for the video. -r
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    An old trick revisited (netting fish)

    Thanks for the tip. I should try this for sure. I suggest you try teaching them to play chess as their next trick -r
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    Apisto cacatouides breeding pair issues

    if you could get pictures of both fish, i'm sure someone here can help, sexing them. about the tank. i would double or triple the amount of decor to add more visual boundaries. same goes for the floating plants. lastly, if you are planning on breeding them i would switch the n. beckfordi with...
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