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Project: Forest creek near Barcelos, Rio Negro tributaries in Brazil

Wazaaaa

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tap water to soak the wood
and stones to support the wood, in 1 month and a half, 2 months I remove the stones to fill the tank with 100% osmosis water and make the water cycle.
 

Wazaaaa

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rasmusW

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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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mikishuhoo wrote on Apistoguy52's profile.
Hi,

Do you still have Apistogramma diplotaenia pairs available to sell? Please advise. Thanks.

Kenny
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Apistomaster wrote on anewbie's profile.
I see that The Wet Spot Tropical Fish currently has the fire red A. agassizi you are looking for. Here is the link:
I've always had good experiences buying from them on line.
Hallo,
I am Hanzle from Holland and keep apistoos for 40 years. Had my own aquarium shop from 1984 till 1988. Always s great fan from apistoos and hyphessobrycon which is s great combination in a Community Aquarium. Perhaps.....in the near future I start breeding apistoos again. Have a 400 liters Community aquarium for hyphessobrycon wadai and apistogramma biteaniata.
I want to get a 55 gallon slightly planted tank with many caves and I am thinking of getting 2 electric blue acaras, 3 blue rams, a apistogramma, 3 angelfish, and some corrydoras. Will that work if I keep the temperature at about and 80 or less?
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