1. if you are asking what plants are those seeds, I have no idea.

  2. I do have a different, hopefully answerable lol, question though. Forewarning, in case you can’t tell I’m still very new to this so please forgive me if this is dumb.

  3. You didn’t ask about this but just to add - probably the easiest type to propagate are stem plants. They generally grow fast, and to get more you just chop it in half and replant the top half into the substrate. It’s super easy. They come in a variety of colors as well.

  4. Thank you! I actually haven’t tried many stem plants because I just generally prefer the aesthetic of broad leaf plants more but I’m definitely going to look into them. Especially for red varieties.

  5. All my Cory fry were very bottom dwelling right from the get go so I’d be a little sus if he’s spending majority of time at the top.

  6. My absolute favorite part of corys, aside from their fabulous mustaches, is the way they casually lay in little groups.

  7. My betta ate all the neocaridina that I had in his tank so now we have a separate tank for our shrimp friends. The neocaridina are so fun to watch that I don't mind maintaining a tank just for them.

  8. I’m definitely going to keep them just in the guppy tank for now. I actually asked this because I was toying with the idea of setting up one of my spare tanks just to propagate some plants and keep shrimp and snails bc I love them so much. I figured I’d end up with a good amount of babies and wanted to know if it would be an option to put some in the handsome man’s tank. ETA (Not the babies lol, just shrimp in general). I realized how that sounded but I certainly would only put them in his tank once they were bigger. If I do decide to do that at all.

  9. The bioload is not the worry, so much as snacking. Test out glass shrimp first, they’re a little bigger and less expensive. If your betta leaves them alone then I’d consider the neos but they’re an awfully expensive snack, otherwise!

  10. They def would be an expensive snack lol. He doesn’t both the corys at all. He’ll actually let them eat off the same piece of jello with him. I was completely shocked by that. I think he’s kinda lazy tbh lol. There are actually a few month-old corys in there with him now and he’s definitely noticed them but I haven’t seen him show any interest in moving from his driftwood couch to get them. I feed him with forceps sometimes so I think he’s like nah, my mom’s gonna hand feed me later so I don’t feel like chasing that baby 😂

  11. This hurts my brain as much as my heart. I recognize that they are not an aquatic species specialist but any Vet should know that an otherwise healthy animal needs more space than that. I assume they aren’t a guinea pig specialist but I’m sure they know not to house one in a shoe box.

  12. In the time it took for them to have all the strips touching perfectly they could’ve just done the four drops!

  13. The last pic will always be one of my faves. He laid with his chin rested on the chestnut for a solid 5 minutes before he got some air and moved on to his next perch.

  14. I told him he was an asshole for doing that to me. He’s such a diva.

  15. What is ELI5 a co2 kit? Or you meant easy?

  16. Personally their online simulation exam was 100% the reason I passed. I was able to do it at work during slower times. I got the book as well as part of the package but I literally don’t even think I opened it. At the end of the day it’s what works for you.

  17. I am going to take my exam in 2 weeks and I feel very nervous right now. (It’s really hard to study while working full time…) I like the BOC online simulation exam better than LabCE. I did some practice exams on BOC and got about 75% correct on average. Would you think it would be enough to pass the actual exam? Thanks!!

  18. I’ve always heard people say that as long as your getting above 50-60% on their practice exams you’re pretty much set. I wanna say I was getting in the 60s and I passed okay.

  19. I see no possible way that could go wrong!

  20. The way guppies breed there are bound to be weird genetic mutations and this guy might just be one of those. I personally would just let him live out a single life. Obviously he doesn’t want buddies. For all we know he could have a genetic mutation for antisocial personality disorder.

  21. Our middleware software automatically suppressed the automated count and doesn’t let the values cross into LIS. Then we do our count and that’s all that gets reported.

  22. I did the exact same thing 😂😂 I felt so stupid. I’m glad I’m not alone. I was like oh surely it won’t get bad again 🙄

  23. Hi! I actually have this one i think however not in my betta tank. In general for bettas light doesnt really matter, they just need a day/night cycle. You could use the timer function or sunrise/sunset function but the sunrise/sunset one is like the entire day so its kind of long and having the light on that long you can run into algae issues

  24. I had roughly a 12/12 timer for his old light so I think I might just leave it at that. Do you know if brightness is an issue? That’s what I couldn’t find out. I have it at the 60% setting right now bc I wasn’t sure.

  25. I’ve been trying to research but I can’t really find specifics on the color spectrum or automatic light cycles.

  26. Thank you this is very informative I didn't know you could use tums I can definitely find those rather than the calcium which is nowhere around where live.

  27. You are quite welcome! It was super easy and cheap af. I just got the generic fruit tums. Idk if you’re old enough to remember seeing these or having them but I remember my grandma used to always have a little roll of tums in her purse lol. I couldn’t find that but if you can it would be the perfect amount.

  28. I’m copying this from a previous comment I made. So ignore anything that doesn’t apply but diet is most definitely the most important aspect of supplementing calcium. It cost me ~$5 to buy the ingredients to make snello in June of last year and I still have maybe a months worth left. And you can absolutely add whatever veg you have on hand.

  29. You can tell the sex easily on light shelled mysteries. If the spiral area is dark, it's a girl. If not, boy.

  30. I can’t find any research articles backing that up but I 100% hope you’re correct bc I reallllly wanted a girl!!!

  31. As someone who knits, crochets, embroidery etc it makes me actually angry. It takes so much time and effort to create these things and she acts like it was nothing. She needs a reality check before she is on her crying about how the bf left her and now her daughter is so sad etc, etc.

  32. Not to mention how expensive yarn is! Anything slightly above baseline is $7+ a skein near me and depending on the size of the blanket that can easily get to $100.

  33. That’s what I was expecting but it’s definitely not. It’s much lighter and the fins are flexible.

  34. It's too late, the curse of the spiral found you. You'll wake up with giant snail pet instead of a dog.

  35. Coincidentally, I do also have 6 mystery snails in my fish tanks. Maybe they rubbed off on her.

  36. Why do I want to put my finger on the middle of the swirl?

  37. I’m more concerned about the redness. Take pictures often so you can tell if it’s spreading. Definitely head to an urgent care or your pcp for antibiotics if it’s warm to the touch or redness is spreading after a couple of days.

  38. Try feeding the snails algae wafers. They only go for plants cause they are hungry.

  39. Without an ounce of a doubt I can sincerely say there is zero chance those spoiled brats are hungry. I make them two different flavors of homemade snello, they get snail pellets, two different kinds of wafers, and the tank is very well established with plenty of algae and biofilm. They are actually so used to me that they’ll eat the snello off of forceps. He had quite literally eaten snello off of forceps no more than two hours before I took that video.

  40. That gluttonous little guy! Well then I have no other suggestions! They own that tank! 😅

  41. Oh they absolutely do. I completely fell in love with mystery snails.

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