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Listen to our show from Friday on replay below! NWA-Planted (Gary) and Urbanelements09 (Chelsea) were on hand last night geeking out on DIY and filtration projects, aquaponics, running a fish store that doubles in educating our younger generation, gardening, and more! Catch us again in the future, and use the Hydra Radio Chat Feature on the Main Page to ask questions live while we are doing the show! Thanks all!
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Welcome to The Hydra!; Our mission is to bring together all of the various Nature-based hobbies to one convenient site. This site is a collection of hobbyist forums dedicated (but not limited) to planted freshwater tanks, saltwater reef tanks, ponds, gardens, paludariums, terrariums, keepers of fish, reptiles, insects, and various other flora and fauna species and their respective habitats and inhabitants.
Coming on Sunday March 9th at 5:00 PM EST (4:00 PM CST, 2:00 PM PST), The Wacko Radio Network presents the First Episode on a show called the Pet Keeping International Magazine and Radio Show, with special guest Msart Works, for a discussion on Angelfish. The hosts will have a very important announcement on the program for this inaugural radio program, along with perhaps a very special guest.
I have been keeping a lot of south american and central american biotopes and fish and this is my first attempt on the African side of things
Tank size 48x18x18; lights are custom made leds; white sand and black lace rocks complete the decor; and Eheim 2217 for filteration and Jager 200w heater for heating.
Fish include: Red top hogi, Red Zebra, Yellow Labs, Lavender Mbuna, White tail Acei, Powder blue Demasoni
Fish are fed Nls Cichlid formula,Hikari Excel,Hikari Seaweed extreme,Jbl Novabits.
Fish breed regularly and i keep seeing some frys off and on
This winter has been a tough one, probably the hardest winter my area has had since I was a toddler, and that was over 30 years ago. We have gotten FEET of snow, ice, and have hardly had a few days break in between. This, coupled with record low sustained temperatures has put a real hurting on my, and many other businesses. There are so many factors to consider with sustained bad weather- maintaining temperature in the fish room, getting in freight, getting shipments out, disease triggered by the temperature drop, added expenses of heating and shipping supplies, as well as the potential for power outages.
This was the first of several snow storms in a row. We ended up having 3’ accumulations, which caused us to have a tunnel instead of a driveway, with shoulder high walls of snow. Mail could not be delivered, nor could UPS or FedEx navigate my driveway for delivery, or pick-up.