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    Big Brown is a dude! (With a LOT of girth...)

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    Tank and discus look great Elliot!

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    Thanks Daniel! I'm even looking at plant growth since mid-January and they're definitely growing. In about a month I can split java ferns and anubias again in order to start spreading onto wood (filling gaps). LEDs are good but nothing beat T-5s for plant growth (just too hot with T-5s... switched about 7 years ago... but LEDs still grow them... just about 35-40% slower although my anubias do better with LEDs).
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    Can't figure it out... the big guy and sexy Heckle Chica spawned again and above average on protection of eggs... then at 60 hr mark, "poof"... gone. Had to happen between 2-4pm today. Not many fungused eggs at all... but usually by then I can see black dots in eggs but cannot confirm on this one or the other spawn (dark wood and slightly shaded). I'm shining flashlight and putting netting around eggs. If I see black dots in eggs on next spawn then I'm doing whatever it takes to get little ones one way or another

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    Thanks Francis!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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