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Oh, I didn't even catch that. Yeah, I would wait on rehousing as well.
Hmm, does not look like any mold I have seen. How often are you watering it?
Mold itself is benign, but you should still rehouse as OBTs like bone dry substrate, and mold can only grow in moisture. Could you provide a...
That takes a lot of work and also he it used to be a saltwater tank until now I believe.
A carnivorous eel/coelacanth thing that gets over a foot long vs an aggressive inch long puffer fish? Hmmm, what a thinker. I am actually not sure...
I agree with Ifournskie that you do not necessarily need such large cichlids with the tank size you have. I would recommend Carinotetraodon...
Mine molted recently after a little less than a year. This is normal.
A garden store maybe. They probably have it in bulk.
I would do more grain so they can find it and have enough. Make sure the sub is dry.
You could mix it with a substrate, just leave enough of it in there that then can mature with it.
Yes. It is the food they eat.
My favorite part is that the villains of Black and White, the games they are parodying, are PETA in all but name.
Also, bromeliads. They are one of my favorite plants, though they might get too big.
A note on this; make sure your plants all have the same moisture and light requirements (I am referring to OP not you schmiggl.)
I am so jealous. Here they are selling for $60 or more.
Ah, I see. I was only wondering as I am profoundly deaf and hearing aids work for me, albeit not perfectly.
Ah, I see. I was merely saying so in case you forgot.
It is now known as Homoeomma chilensis.
Not sure. Never tried to grow it like that. You could certainly try to.
Pilea depressa is my favorite terrarium plant. They like it warm and more light keeps them more compact. Keep moist but not sopping.
That one of the most abominable thing I can think of. They are actively making people's lives worse through their crusade. Also, why do you not...