So my Kindle Fire went dead and wouldn't do a dang thing. I tried everything to no avail. Then, I called customer support and they said they'd send me a free replacement Kindle Fire within two days. I am impressed with that.
Bekah, I don't know. Maybe the king betta intimidated them? One's still climbing on the glass and the other two jetted out of sight by now.
Gonna rehome the kuhlis. The hardness is at 10dgh now, probably too hard for them. I wonder . . . I might have to move the swordtails back to the 29gal. Gotta check and see what params dwarf loaches tolerate. One source says honey gouramis aren't fussy but I wonder if 10dgh is too hard for them too. I'll keep an eye on them for now. They poo a lot but they're cute so I kinda want to keep them. And by poo a lot, I mean, long strings of the stuff, sometimes 2" hanging down.
No clue about the loach, but I think the gourami will be fine in there.
Hehe, yes transitioning Sparky over to softer(?) water should be interesting (and a long process). Is that more natural for him, do you know? Or do electocats just not care about parameters even?
I finally caught up with backposts from a few hours ago (I was at band practice, guard had sectionals, I'm tired) My bf is coming from NY tomorrow, I'm excited. Its been six months since I've seen him. :3
ohohoh sakura were the snails you talking about the ones Bekah sent you? :D
Yea, parameter stuff isn't set in stone.. They do prefer soft acidic water, but chances are your loach were captive bred in near neutral water, and therefore more tolerant of less natural conditions.