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Lunar's new tank
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(05-09-2019, 08:10 AM)plankton Wrote: You probably wouldn't see the spike. The nitrite takes longer to shift than the ammonia. Smile

Fair enough. Not seen any more spikes so hopefully all is now ok. Smile
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Haha love how your water company explains ‘good for healthy teeth and gums’ , just tickled me Big Grin

Ask them...how about my fish ?
Bikini Bottom - 168l
Bronze & Albino Cory, Black Widows, Cherry Barbs, Green Tiger Barb (rescues), Amanos.
The Kremlin - 58l 
Bronze Corys.
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Update re filter that had a chip. Maidenhead Aquatics acknowledged that it had cosmetic damage and have tried to source a replacement lid via the manufacturer but this isn't available. What they've decided to do is send me a £15 gift voucher since it doesn't affect the running of the filter and they can't get a replacement part.
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I'd be happy with that if the filter still functions fine.
If you're anything like me, you've already decided what you're spending it on..
Planted Fluval 240 Roma
18 Harlequins
12 Amano Shrimp
8 Panda Corydoras
6 Kuhli Loaches
4 Otos
3 Pearl Gouramis
3 Assassin Snails
1 Neon Tetra
Platy fry
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(05-09-2019, 02:20 PM)Baddams Wrote: I'd be happy with that if the filter still functions fine.
If you're anything like me, you've already decided what you're spending it on..

Yep!  Big Grin 

I was looking at some sort of algae scraper that will reach the bottom of the glass or some Otos. Smile
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