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Old 10-19-2010, 05:42 PM   #311 
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I'm pretty sure they would, so long as you've got the adequate tank space for the danios :)
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Old 10-21-2010, 08:51 PM   #314 
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i am moving.... is there a safe way yo transport 6 betta's with out the cups? i didn't keep all of them....
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Old 10-21-2010, 10:10 PM   #316 
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You'd want to package them as if you were shipping them (doubled bagged, plenty of air, etc) the shipping bags would mean they'd have less room to move, but that is good because they can't build up momentum and slam into the wall if the car comes to a stop quickly. And if they did, the bag wouldn't hurt them as much as say a plastic wall. Also, if you kept them in a dark spot (like a box) they'd be less likely to get stresed, and you'd be able to keep them warm with a heat pack.
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Old 10-21-2010, 10:39 PM   #317 
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Best way to do a 100% water change in a large bowl with a young and delicate water lily? It's due day after tomorrow and after waitng for this silly thing to sprout for WEEKS, I don't want to damage it.

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Old 10-21-2010, 10:48 PM   #318 
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When I was growing the aponogetons from walmart I had them in a little cup of water, they took weeks to sprout too. I didn't do anything about water changes... I just sort of added fish flakes to try and make the ammonia go up and floated their cup in my warm aquarium so they'd grow faster. XD You could just get a cup of water, and gentley pinch the bulb part and put it in there during your water change.
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Are freeze dried brine shrimp supposed to come in cubes? How do you feed them to the fish?
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You'd want to package them as if you were shipping them (doubled bagged, plenty of air, etc) the shipping bags would mean they'd have less room to move, but that is good because they can't build up momentum and slam into the wall if the car comes to a stop quickly. And if they did, the bag wouldn't hurt them as much as say a plastic wall. Also, if you kept them in a dark spot (like a box) they'd be less likely to get stresed, and you'd be able to keep them warm with a heat pack.

Thanks JK, the thing has sprouted now- has 4 very delicate shoots about 3" long and I assume has put down some roots too... I just don't want to damage it now that it's finally showing some life It's actually my fourth attempt with various bulbs though I'm starting to suspect it was the RO water that halted the others... I'm using treated tap water now.
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