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My first attempt of setting up a iwagumi scape

This tank started on 20 June 2015. Previously I did try out a low tech tank but decided to upgrade to a high tech tank when seeing so many beautiful tank set up by many bros here. I like something simple thus I chose iwagumi as my tank design. I used 3 big pieces of black lava rock with Eleocharis sp. 'Mini' as the main carpet plant. I wanted to create a mountain landscape. A special Thank to bros UA for answering a lot of my doubts during my planning for this tank set up. Sorry UA, I using yo

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When and how to trim moss?

Hi fellow hobbyists, I have a few fissidens that i just don't know when to start trimming.. and to trim, i just take it out and trim? Or is there a specific method to do it. Please advise:) P.s attached picture is my current state of my fissidens.. Attached Images IMG-20150628-WA0016.jpg (64.8 KB)

Head stander fish with shrimp?

Saw this interesting fish at Seaview that's no more than 3cm long. Anyone has experience with it? Safe to be with shrimps? I have some seed shrimps, wonder if the head stander will eat them. uploadfromtaptalk1435496271161.jpg Attached Images uploadfromtaptalk1435496271161.jpg (71.2 KB)

Platinum Guppy (Male & Female Pair) (Poecilia reticulata)

One of the many color variations of Poecilia reticulata, the Platinum Guppy requires an aquarium of at least 20 gallons. Because of its hardiness, it is tolerant of small changes in water parameters. However, care should be taken to keep temperature, pH, and nutrient levels in check. The Platinum Guppy is a very peaceful fish and should be housed with freshwater tankmates of similar temperament. Platinum Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods. An algae

Platinum Guppy (Poecilia reticulata)

One of the many color variations of Poecilia reticulata, the Platinum Guppy requires an aquarium of at least 20 gallons. Because of its hardiness, it is tolerant of small changes in water parameters. However, care should be taken to keep temperature, pH, and nutrient levels in check. The Platinum Guppy is a very peaceful fish and should be housed with freshwater tankmates of similar temperament. Platinum Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods. An algae

Big Ear Guppy (Male & Female Pair) (Poecilia reticulata)

One of the many color variations of Poecilia reticulata, the Big Ear Guppy requires an aquarium of at least 20 gallons. Because of its hardiness, it is tolerant of small changes in water parameters. However, care should be taken to keep temperature, pH, and nutrient levels in check. The Big Ear Guppy is a very peaceful fish and should be housed with freshwater tankmates of similar temperament. Big Ear Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods. An algae-bas

Big Ear Guppy (Poecilia reticulata)

One of the many color variations of Poecilia reticulata, the Big Ear Guppy requires an aquarium of at least 20 gallons. Because of its hardiness, it is tolerant of small changes in water parameters. However, care should be taken to keep temperature, pH, and nutrient levels in check. The Big Ear Guppy is a very peaceful fish and should be housed with freshwater tankmates of similar temperament. Big Ear Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods. An algae-bas

Yellow Cobra Guppy (Male & Female Pair) (Poecilia reticulata)

One of the many color variations of Poecilia reticulata, the Yellow Cobra Guppy requires an aquarium of at least 20 gallons. Because of its hardiness, it is tolerant of small changes in water parameters. However, care should be taken to keep temperature, pH, and nutrient levels in check. The Yellow Cobra Guppy is a very peaceful fish and should be housed with freshwater tankmates of similar temperament. Yellow Cobra Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty food

Yellow Cobra Guppy (Poecilia reticulata)

One of the many color variations of Poecilia reticulata, the Yellow Cobra Guppy requires an aquarium of at least 20 gallons. Because of its hardiness, it is tolerant of small changes in water parameters. However, care should be taken to keep temperature, pH, and nutrient levels in check. The Yellow Cobra Guppy is a very peaceful fish and should be housed with freshwater tankmates of similar temperament. Yellow Cobra Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty food

Blue Tuxedo Guppy (Male & Female Pair) (Poecilia reticulata)

One of the many color variations of Poecilia reticulata, the Blue Tuxedo Guppy requires an aquarium of at least 20 gallons. Because of its hardiness, it is tolerant of small changes in water parameters. However, care should be taken to keep temperature, pH, and nutrient levels in check. The Blue Tuxedo Guppy is a very peaceful fish and should be housed with freshwater tankmates of similar temperament. Blue Tuxedo Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods.

Blue Tuxedo Guppy (Poecilia reticulata)

One of the many color variations of Poecilia reticulata, the Blue Tuxedo Guppy requires an aquarium of at least 20 gallons. Because of its hardiness, it is tolerant of small changes in water parameters. However, care should be taken to keep temperature, pH, and nutrient levels in check. The Blue Tuxedo Guppy is a very peaceful fish and should be housed with freshwater tankmates of similar temperament. Blue Tuxedo Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods.

Congo Tetra (Phenacogrammus interruptus)

The Congo Tetra is considered by many to be the jewel of tetras in the home aquarium because of its natural beauty. They have flowing fins that some have described as shimmering and the main color tends to be silver with an orange glow. Congo Tetras do well in a peaceful community aquarium that is well lit and moderately planted. They prefer to swim in schools of 5-8 in an aquarium that has plenty of room. It is best if this fish is the dominant species in the tank or it may become shy and recl

Best food to feed Angelfish?

All you Angelfish owners out there. I was wondering what do you feed your fish? What is the best foods to feed them. Thanks for your opinions!

cyanobacteria

Hello I am somewhat really baffled by this... Ok as I stated in another thread that all my fishes died over night about 2 weeks ago. I have the GEX 600 slim tank, 26L. I think the culprit maybe some stupid kid messing around with my aquarium, spilling some water out and dont know whats on the dirty hand and get into my water. Anyway, I was doing major water changes 1x/day for the first few 4-5 days. Now I just running an empty tank but I do throw in maybe 3-4 tiny wenny amount of fish food jus

Advice needed on how to grow Hemianthus Glomeratus (micranthemoides) well?

My Hemianthus Glomeratus (micranthemoides) in my 2ft tank is melting. The leaves are turning translucent. I'm not sure if it is the weather, plants undergoing transition in my 2 weeks tank, or plant nutrient deficiency. I'm using EI Method of dosing. Could someone who has grown Hemianthus Glomeratus (micranthemoides) successfully please share your experience? My tank parameters and fertilizer dozing regime are: Tank Dimension: 60x30x36cm (60L or 15.7 US gallon) Soil: ADA Powder Amazonia Soil (

Using White sponge to clean aquarium glass

Guys Anybody tried using those white sponge (available in Daiso) that sorta clean everything with water (stains/dirts off your wall/etc). Was thinking of using it to help remove the GDA from my glass but worried that it might be toxic to my tank inhabitants. Thanks!

Water conditioners not needed for <20% water changes?

"The Bailey Brothers discovered that doing a partial water change by replacing 20% or less of the water in an aquarium, fish bowl, or pond with tap water containing chloramines is almost always safe. In fact a small amount of chloramines seemed to improve the health of the fish. Perhaps a small amount of chloramines reduces the number of pathogens in the water without harming the fish. The small amount of un-neutralized chloramine will probably reduce the number of pathogens and may impr

Diadema Dottyback (Pseudochromis diadema)

The Purple Stripe Dottyback, also known as Diadema Dottyback or Diadema Pseudochromis, is primarily yellow with a purple stripe running the length of the body along the dorsal fin. A 30 gallon or larger aquarium with numerous hiding places provides a good environment. It should be housed with moderately aggressive fish that are larger than itself. It will eat ornamental shrimp. The diet consists of meaty foods including brine shrimp and prepared frozen foods. More...

King damsel (Crysiptera rex)

Chrysiptera rex is a species of damselfish known by the common name king demoiselle. It is native to the eastern Indian Ocean and western Pacific, where it lives around reefs. It grows up to 7 centimeters long. More...

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