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Joined
Jul 20, 2015
Location
NW Houston
#1
as if there isn't enough going on today and late...

Was up late cleaning (couldn't sleep) so had the light on my tank till 4 am when I finnally went to bed. This morning running late but when I turned on light all the tetras where up top gasping air with their mouth. Didn't know what to do threw airbubble rope deal into tank.

I think I have a very planted tank and my co2 levels rose very high in the 4 hours the light was off.

Anyone have guidance or experience on this? Won't be anything else I can do till I get home. I also turned the lights on.
 
Joined
Jul 20, 2015
Location
NW Houston
#2
Another question? I am assuming these are pond snail eggs?

Very small zoomed in.

Question 2 should I leave them for the assassin snail? Should I keep the assassin snail?

There are 2 sets of them attached to 2 different leaves.

Threw in a picture of current tank. As well.

2nd to last picture is a culture tissue plant I bought a while back. [Rotala wallichii] I thought the tips where suppose to "bloom" pinkish? Hopefully they turn pinkish. It is a high light demand (which I think I have covered to play it safe planted 1 bunch up high and one at ground level) it is also a high CO2 demand so might not survive?

Yea I know but the pictures of what it will look like where so inticing. Last picture of what it looks like in a planted tank, not mine.
 
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