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    InvertFan

    Planted Shrimp Tank

    Thanks! I'll be at TFP Saturday for the swap, so I'll pick up the substrate and take a look at their plants.

    InvertFan Today, 01:14 PM Go to last post
    Vonjankmon

    Planted Shrimp Tank

    I had one like 10+ years ago. They're not super difficult but I have to be honest I am totally blanking on what I fed the little guys back then. Other

    Vonjankmon Today, 09:14 AM Go to last post
    InvertFan

    Planted Shrimp Tank

    Does anyone have experience setting up a planted shrimp tank? I promised my little nephew I'd set up and maintain one, but I don't have a clue beyond

    InvertFan Yesterday, 04:54 PM Go to last post
    BigJim

    Fragging Glue

    I usually use a combination of TLF Aquastik epoxy and super glue gel. I glue a ball of epoxy to the frag plug, add a small glob of glue to the top of

    BigJim Yesterday, 04:21 PM Go to last post
    justinm

    Fragging Glue

    I use super glue gel mostly but started using the seachem reef glue. It seems to be a lot stickier and I use much less.

    justinm Yesterday, 02:19 PM Go to last post
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    erichott223

    Fragging Glue

    Thread Starter: erichott223

    Just curious what everyone uses when fragging glue and epoxy wise. I

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    InvertFan

    Planted Shrimp Tank

    Thread Starter: InvertFan

    Does anyone have experience setting up a planted shrimp tank? I promised my little nephew I'd set up and maintain one, but I don't have a clue beyond...

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