- Jul 21, 2020
Probably was caused by the water it was in during shipping and transporting. It should clear up.
How does having a smooth surface result in bichirs having red bottoms?Nice, thats how addiction starts. I noticed you dont have substrate, i highly siggest it cause you might see some redness on your bichirs bottom cause of the hard surface from the tank.
Interesting. The fluted overflow holes areHow does having a smooth surface result in bichirs having red bottoms?
I would love to have substrate; but the overflow box in my tank is designed to have holes at the bottom which doesn’t allow me to add substrate, or substrate would be collected at the sump.
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Oh legit? I didn’t know it could be plugged up.Interesting. The fluted overflow holes are
Also up top correct ? The holes on the bottom is likely just there in case the water level is low and it will still turnover water. U can plug that sukkker up and SUBSTRATE! Lol…..