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Post by onlineman on 10/5/2012, 20:21

noticed this patch on one of my clown loaches today....a member commented saying it could be heater burn ?...if anyone has any other ideas i would be happy to hear from you !...thanks to grumpy old man for explaining how to upload pics !....cheers m8

ps...my 3 clomns did get into the filter box where the media and heater are a day or 2 ago and i only noticd the blemish today !...so maybe it is a possible explination ! that it may be heater burn !


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Post by Guest on 10/5/2012, 21:36

looks like heater burn possibly oh and very nice pics mate and no probs on the tip for posting pictures, this lot have been nagging me for months so i have no excuses for not posting pics now!

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Post by Guest on 10/5/2012, 22:07

Ha Ha, The pupil has become the teacher.

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Post by Guest on 10/5/2012, 22:36

yea mate i agree with ian it does look like heater burn and well done to you ian explaining how to do pics lol

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Post by rosslewisbrown on 11/5/2012, 07:02

No idea but I love your setup
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Post by onlineman on 11/5/2012, 09:41

thanks for the replies and the comments on the tank...ive always liked a well planted tank, its a bit of a fight with me & my wife...she says too many plants hide the fish...i say its more of a natural enviroment if its well planted...i guess its down to personal choice at the end of the day. thanks again guys for all the help ...bill
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Post by Guest on 11/5/2012, 09:44

im with you on the planted tank, i prefer a natural looking environment. It brings out the colours of the fish more n its nicer to look at than a lot of fake ornaments and plastic Smile

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Post by rosslewisbrown on 11/5/2012, 18:22

I agree shell! Nothing worse than a downed submarine or a treasure chest, and don't get me started on pink gravel and spongebob squarepants! Natural all the way for me!
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Post by onlineman on 11/5/2012, 18:47

each to their own i say but you just cant beat the look of real plants, real wood and rocks....i love the jungle look of a tank, seeing the fish emerge from a lush green clump of plants is fantastic and its not that difficult to keep plants lush and healthy...i generally gauge my tanks health on how my plants do..if they are sprouting and doing well then there cant be much wrong with the water quality can there !....where do you guys buy plants from ?...i start off with buying my first lot from java plants then take cuttings and replant them
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Post by timmy74 on 11/5/2012, 20:14

Whats wrong with sponge bob squarepants ? Shocked

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Post by Guest on 11/5/2012, 20:45

obvious isn't it? spongebob squarepants is an (underwater) plumber!

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