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The story starts in West Wycombe a little village 3 miles from High Wycombe in 1748 the whole area seems to be controlled by the Dashwood Family who lived in a grand Mansion called West Wycombe Park. In those days the 3 miles of main road from
I've tried a few different types of caves or logs and I have found that my bristlenose that aren't fully grown, (but are still mature enough to spawn) prefer these stone caves. I don't think a fully grown pleco would fit inside and I'm surprised that mine
It is Summer and it looks like a lot of you have been traveling. I travel quite a lot both for hobby and for research. Lately I've been heading to the islands for my research. I'm sure a lot of you would love to share some pics of your vacations. I know I
My research has led me to a number of husbandry blogs detailing water parameters, feeding schedules, lighting periods, and temperature manipulation. However, there is little information in the way of preferred cave size, shape, or placement beyond the
Hey guys. I just thought of a random question why I'm here at it. I'm planning on borrowing the idea of putting some clay pots into my tank since a few of my guys are getting a bit tall for the caves I have. Question is, how do I cut it? I need to mak