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Tylar Murray posted on tylar-murray/kitchen-planted-tank
2014-12-12 10:00:14 -0700
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Tylar Murray created aquarium Scruffy's Lair
2014-12-13 08:55:09 -0700
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Tylar Murray posted on tylar-murray/tylar-s-reef
2014-10-21 13:45:13 -0600
Tylar's Reef
 
Tylar's Reef
 
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Tylar Murray posted on tylar-murray/tylar-s-reef
2014-10-19 10:08:33 -0600
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Tylar Murray posted on tylar-murray/kitchen-planted-tank
2014-08-01 16:47:12 -0600
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Tylar Murray posted on tylar-murray/tylar-s-reef
2014-08-01 16:51:00 -0600
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Tylar Murray created Least killifish on Least killifish
2014-08-01 16:50:01 -0600
! http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/ea/Least_killifish_female_Heterandria_formosa.jpg/220px-Least_killifish_female_Heterandria_formosa.jpg "" A species of livebearing fish within the family Poeciliidae. This is the same family that includes familiar aquarium fishes such as guppies and mollies. H. formosa is not as commonly kept in aquaria as these species. H. formosa is one of the smallest fish in the world (7th smallest as of 1991), and is the smallest fish found in North America.[4] Despite the common name "least killifish", it belongs to the family Poeciliidae and not to one of the killifish families.
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Tylar Murray updated Ramshorn Snail
2014-05-09 19:25:55 -0600
various kinds of freshwater snails whose shells are planispiral, meaning that the shell is a flat coil. Such shells resemble a coil of rope, or (as the name suggests) a ram's horn. Most of these snails are of the family Planorbidae, and they include the species Planorbarius corneus. There are two different coloured skin forms: black and red; the latter lack the dark skin pigment melanin and consequently have a bright reddish skin, which is the colour of their blood. Interestingly their blood contains red hemoglobin,[1] unlike other snails' blood, which contains greenish hemocyanin. These ramshorn snails breathe air. Although most of them are extremely small, some may reach a size of two and a half centimeters (one inch). The shells range from translucent through various shades of brown to a dark, nearly black color. The dark color appears to originate from dietary materials not generally available in the home aquarium, although many varieties from ponds are this dark shade.
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Tylar Murray posted on Ramshorn Snail
2014-05-09 19:25:54 -0600
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Tylar Murray created Ramshorn Snail on Ramshorn Snail
2014-05-09 19:24:52 -0600
various kinds of freshwater snails whose shells are planispiral, meaning that the shell is a flat coil. Such shells resemble a coil of rope, or (as the name suggests) a ram's horn. Most of these snails are of the family Planorbidae, and they include the species Planorbarius corneus. There are two different coloured skin forms: black and red; the latter lack the dark skin pigment melanin and consequently have a bright reddish skin, which is the colour of their blood. Interestingly their blood contains red hemoglobin,[1] unlike other snails' blood, which contains greenish hemocyanin. These ramshorn snails breathe air. Although most of them are extremely small, some may reach a size of two and a half centimeters (one inch). The shells range from translucent through various shades of brown to a dark, nearly black color. The dark color appears to originate from dietary materials not generally available in the home aquarium, although many varieties from ponds are this dark shade.
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Tylar Murray posted on tylar-murray/kitchen-planted-tank
2014-05-02 12:03:36 -0600
Kitchen planted tank
 
Kitchen planted tank
 
Kitchen planted tank
 
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Tylar Murray posted on tylar-murray/tylar-s-reef
2014-05-02 08:51:16 -0600
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Tylar Murray posted on tylar-murray/kitchen-planted-tank
2014-05-02 08:43:21 -0600
Kitchen planted tank
 
Kitchen planted tank
 
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Tylar Murray created aquarium Kitchen planted tank
2014-04-28 07:23:30 -0600
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Tylar Murray created aquarium Tylar's Reef
2014-04-28 07:16:47 -0600