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Catherine
- Tuesday, July 16, 2002 at 03:57:44 (EDT)
I wish I did what you do instead of making piano benches. Your site looks great.
hello i wsa wondering how large sterlet/diamondback sterlet get.and what size pond you would need for such fish.any other relivent info would be good thankyou.
noseypotter <noseypotter41@hotmail.com>
- Monday, July 01, 2002 at 03:49:07 (EDT)
First I used distilled water and it became cloudy, then I used Alhambra drinking water, it was clear, but my fish (guppies and an algea eater) died within a week. What am I doing wrong?
Dawn <dawnn@covalent.to>
- Wednesday, June 26, 2002 at 17:39:08 (EDT)
My pond is now 6weeks old (1,000 gals)and iam struggling with PH problems.Previous readings (Hozelock tester pot)8.4.I drained 1/3%of my pond but before refilling i gave 3 coats of G4 pond sealer to the areas where i had concreted. 2 weeks later after using a PH adjuster my readings dropped to 7.8 which is acceptable, my reading to day is 8.0 caution. Has anybody got any idea what i need to do next.
Thanks Graham.

graham <grahamboase@aol.com>
- Wednesday, June 12, 2002 at 06:05:35 (EDT)
My pond is now 6weeks old (1,000 gals)and iam struggling with PH problems.Previous readings (Hozelock tester pot)8.4.I drained 1/3%of my pond but before refilling i gave 3 coats of G4 pond sealer to the areas where i had concreted. 2 weeks later after using a PH adjuster my readings dropped to 7.8 which is acceptable, my reading to day is 8.0 caution. Has anybody got any idea what i need to do next.
Thanks Graham.

graham <grahaboase@aol.com>
- Wednesday, June 12, 2002 at 06:04:46 (EDT)
My name is Edmund Marco and it's a pleasure to sign your guest book. I work for an advertising agency in London. Our agency represents direct marketing companies that are involved in the marketing of products as seen on TV in England. Most of the infomercial products come from the U.S. but then again we export our talents as well. My brother has appeared in infomercials in the U.S. advertising various products. I think it's hilarious that English people respond so well to American products while Americans tend to respond well to sales people who have an English accent! none.
Edmund
- Friday, May 31, 2002 at 06:18:12 (EDT)
Has anyone any hints on stopping a Herron takeing fish from my pond (apart from a gun) I have allready lost 150.00 worth of fish......
Ronnie <IRonnieStevenson@AOL.COM>
- Thursday, May 09, 2002 at 17:01:29 (EDT)
uh, thanks for the information- very helpful http://www.1-refinance.com.
Refinance
- Wednesday, April 24, 2002 at 21:58:33 (EDT)
Hello, In my garden pond, I have a variety of Fancy Japanese Goldfish - Incl. a Fantail. All the fish seem healthy and active. The Fantail has changed from being entirely black to a orange/gold on most of its' body with a little black on its' back with tail being completely black. Has this fish just matured (it is about 18 months old)or are these indications of desease? Kevin.
Kevin <prism.graphix@bigfoot.com>
- Sunday, March 10, 2002 at 09:32:05 (EST)
"Don't let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy." The Eagles. My favorite quote. http://www.where-i-find.com.
Catherine Lake
- Sunday, February 24, 2002 at 17:02:20 (EST)
can i put wondering jew in the fish tank with a betta it has nice roots and will it hurt the betta
Bunny <wsnowbunny@aol.com>
- Monday, December 31, 2001 at 20:49:22 (EST)
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sadf, - Thursday, December 13, 2001 at 23:03:59 (EST)
I am in New York, and am planning a rectanular (6' x 3') pond in a formal garden. The only fiberglass rectangular shell I can find that size is 20" deep. Is that deep enough for fish to survive the winter? And, if anyone knows a supplier for a deeper shell that size please let me know! Thanks
Jay <jay@thumb-print.com>
- Monday, November 26, 2001 at 11:47:30 (EST)
how can i lower my ph ,i have noticed the ph has gone from soft 2 very hard ,i put some wood chips in2 a bucket of water and i got a very soft ph ,could i use this water im not sure if this would kill my fish as i dont no what is in the manufactured woodchips ie harmful 2 my tropical freshwater fish??????????????????

gav <gn2@gm.dreamcast.com>
- Sunday, September 16, 2001 at 22:13:02 (EDT)
I have a pond in my garden and it is a 225 gallon tank . I have maCoy fish in it and I want to know if they can stay in there through 30 below temps. It is 20 inches deep , can you please help me on this . I am from Alberta Canada but am using a relitives computer . Thank you so much
maggieM54 <m.e.ceramics@home .com>
- Friday, August 31, 2001 at 15:25:57 (EDT)
I keep a family of 6 seahorses in my 47`` by 12 tank but am eager to introduce some fish.

Do you think thank I should get another tank?

Please help?!

Natt <nattross@hotmail.com>
- Friday, August 24, 2001 at 17:27:30 (EDT)
I just started a freshwater garden pond about 2 months ago. We just noticed some of the fish have cloudy eyes, a white film but most of all red spots and hemorrhaging. We just lost three and the rest don't look good. Water tested great.
Chris <cdejlitko@home.net>
- Sunday, August 19, 2001 at 13:40:36 (EDT)
Nice site...
fonts <qgabugb@hehe.com>
USA - Wednesday, August 15, 2001 at 18:03:32 (EDT)
Hello, our fish has unexpectidly blown up in the adnominal area and we are not sure how it has happened because it has not happened to the other fish. Is there a remedy for this. By the way they are Coldwater fish.

Thank you

Nick White <mandmjoey@hotmail.com>
- Friday, August 10, 2001 at 16:33:16 (EDT)
Anybody know where I can get some "Pond Clear"? It's a heavy white powder, comes in a white paper bag, and keeps algae from taking over ponds. You just place the bag in the bottom of the pond and forget it. Lasts about 6 months. Sure appreciate any help you can give.
Kitty <kittyb-1@home.com>
- Friday, July 20, 2001 at 03:30:56 (EDT)
HELLO,CAN ANY ONE GIVE AN IDEA ON WHAT TO DO ABOUT MY VERY PUSHY SEVERUM (BOUGHT AROUND 6 WEEKS AGO),ITS ALMOST DRIVEN ITS FELLOW SEVERUM (BOUGHT AT THE SAME TIME AND SIZE) TO DEATH!.........ITS A FOUR FOOT BY TWO FOOT TANK WITH 2 PLECOS+THREE LOACHES FOR COMPANY.
DESTINY <emmabayley@kitv.co.uk>
- Wednesday, July 04, 2001 at 14:46:07 (EDT)
THREE QUESTIONS.
1. WHAT KIND OF PLANTS CAN I PLACE IN MY COLDWATER TANK? WITH MY GOLDFISH?
2. WHY DO SHARKS SLEEP IN A HORIZONTAL POSITION? HE SLEEPS IN THE PLANT WITH HIS TAIL AT THE BOTTOM AND HIS HEAD AT THE TOP.
3. MY GOURAMIS ARE FIGHTING EVERY NOW AND THEN. I THINK THAT THEY MAY BE MALES. NEITHER ONE HAS REALLY HURT EITHER ONE YET. SHOULD I SEPERATE THEM? OR ADD A DIVIDER IN THE TANK? IT'S A SIXTY GALLON LONG TANK. AND I HAVE SIXTY INCHES OF FISH IN THERE. I ADDED ALL THE ADULT SIZES TOGETHER.

THANKS FOR ANY INFORMATION, DREA

DREA <ajem2003@yahoo.com>
- Sunday, June 24, 2001 at 23:19:52 (EDT)
I put sand in my fish tank and took out the gravel . Can the sand hurt my cichlids in any way?
tipsychik <tipsychik1@home.com>
- Tuesday, May 08, 2001 at 23:52:02 (EDT)
My small fish pond (10' x 14' - about 1800 gallons) has a ph problem. The ph reads 6.0. My pond store is not yet open for the season. Is there anything that I can use around the house to raise the ph?
Jim <jim.mathews@smginc.com>
- Sunday, March 11, 2001 at 17:02:42 (EST)
I am trying to find import data for the UK for 1999/2000 to establish any trends in the market for ornamental fish. I am reasearching the expansion of the trade in the Maldives and their relationship with Sri-Lanka for a essay as part of my MSc. in Tropical coastal management at the university of Newcastle. Can anyone help?
Seran <s.w.davies@ncl.ac.uk>
- Friday, March 09, 2001 at 07:25:35 (EST)
Which are the norms technical and main cares to transport fish, the antibiotics and tranquilizers and in what proportion is used. Which is the relationship between the quantity of water and the oxygenate inside each bag ?



Henry <henarpe@hotmail.com>
- Friday, March 02, 2001 at 23:48:30 (EST)
Does anyone know if snail tranzmit/carry/catch ich?
What about other parrisites?

Hollywood <dudehwd@aol.com>
- Tuesday, February 20, 2001 at 03:56:33 (EST)
Who do I call about an endangered African cichlid thats breeding in my tank! I have Identified it as a Lake Victorian Cichlid thats threatened with extinction. I have a mating pair that I some how wound up with and two dozen babies.
amer <amer@powerpuff.com>
- Monday, February 19, 2001 at 16:52:16 (EST)
Just testing. Thank you.
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- Thursday, December 28, 2000 at 10:35:56 (EST)
GUYS OK I JUST BOUGHT MY FRIEND FISH WITH A TANK! I HE IS MY STARTER FISH BUT! HES GONE I CAN'T FIND HIM ANYWHERE IN MY TANK I LOST MY FISH! I READ THE LAW OF ANTI-MATTER FOR FISH AND GOT FREAKED OUT!
I LOST MY FISH
- Monday, December 18, 2000 at 15:05:28 (EST)
Hi there, i search correspondents that could trade / excahnge seeds of grasses, among them aquatic grasses such as Saccharum giganteum.
Our web site with Index Seminum is at : http://www.multimania.com/gramagr/
Does anyone could help ?
Regards.
Philippe Gontier.

Gontier Philippe <gontier.philippe2@wanadoo.fr>
- Friday, October 20, 2000 at 17:05:32 (EST)
Hi there, i search correspondents that could trade / excahnge seeds of grasses, among them aquatic grasses such as Saccharum giganteum.
Our web site with Index Seminum is at : http://www.multimania.com/gramagr/
Does anyone could help ?
Regards.
Philippe Gontier.

Gontier Philippe <gontier.philippe2@wanadoo.fr>
- Friday, October 20, 2000 at 17:04:22 (EST)
i must build a sealed aquatic ecosystem (can't add food), inside I must put fish, plants, and other animals. I was
wondering what kind of fish and plants would be the best
guelphite.

Anyone got any answers to this one please?

fishy
- Saturday, October 14, 2000 at 06:27:09 (EST)
i must build a sealed aquatic ecosystem (can't add food), inside I must put fish, plants, and other animals. I was wondering what kind of fish and plants would be the best
guelphite
- Tuesday, September 19, 2000 at 17:54:44 (EST)
Paddy`O
How about a pond heater. Or running water.?
FISH MAN.

FISH MAN <fisher@ freeserv.co.uk>
USA - Monday, September 04, 2000 at 09:44:23 (EST)
Just about to complete pond (200sqft)with a waterfall. Live in area of long cool winters (-18 degrees C) and am considering putting in fish. Have a friend that had a larger pond which lacked falls, filters or pumps and was able to keep the pond year-round without problems. However, the pond was considerably larger than my own, about 3X. Can anyone advise on how to have fish with a minimum of problem and paraphenalia? Thks. paddy'O
Paddy'O <Patrick_Hayden@telus.ca>
- Sunday, September 03, 2000 at 20:21:07 (EST)
Hi fellas nice to meet you.Anybody want some free gear to get started ? give me a call
Bob <bobs34@freemail.com>

Great board guys!

Thanks...

Roger <roger@magic-health.com>

Great board guys!

Thanks...

Roger <roger@magic-health.com>
Thanks for posting roger FISH MAN -
Hello LilFISH

Nice to meet you can you help SHARKY with his guppy problem. -
WOW! I have just found this place and I think it's about time there was a place to talk about fish keeping. This is a great board and I'll be stopping by on a regular basis...

LilFISH

LilFISH <lilfish@scaryhamster.com>
Thanks LilFISH keep posting
FISH MAN -
Hello can anyone tell me how to bread guppys.
SHARKY

Sharky <shar@ global.co.uk>
GUPPYS are not too hard to breed. The best way is to have a tank full of plants and put your females in,KEEP THEM WELL FED,change a lot of water,25% per day is not too much,You will soon have hundreds of them.
FISH MAN. -

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