What if you just left them to burn themselves out? Maybe by sucking them out you are prolonging their stay.Yes, I have also been playing "In a Godda Da Vida" backwards.
I suck them out every other day with my diatom filter and it almost clogs my sink.
Prolific little fellows.
I am not sure. I will ask them.Maybe by sucking them out you are prolonging their stay.
Yes they are, but they fatten up nicely in a week or two if you feed them tiny frozen food.I want a Yellow Clown Goby! Love those little guys...but every time I see them at a LFS they always look malnourished so I pass on them.
I always love your comments on the medical things going on, very well putMy Doctor called me today to say he has my MRI. It seems the two tendons that hold my arm on my shoulder are both completely torn off the bone and that is bone on bone. My bicep is also shredded like cottage cheese. So if I turn fast my arm may fly off and hit someone casually walking by.
He said he is surprised I can move my arm at all. So my surgery is set for about 8 weeks from now and I will be getting a Brand new shiny aluminum shoulder most likely from Home Depot.
Now I go for (I think) a CAT scan so I may have to bring my Daughters cat. They need that to see how to build the artificial shoulder joint. This will be I think my 8th shoulder surgery and I also think my 33rd surgery in all. I am going for a record.
I already have a new knee which I am very happy with
And the Under Gravel filters! I can’t believe it still works! That’s awesome!Well I never liked the idea of DSBs. They have a lifetime of about 10 years and almost all of our fish live way longer than that.
I think most people keep their tank much too sterile.
I like LED lighting but I didn't build a unit yet.
In the beginning we used regular flourescent lights, then VHO, then compact flourescents then MH, now we will all soon have LEDs.
Besides that, everything is the same except for our knowledge.