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Becken am 08. Februar 2013
Description of the aquarium:
Category:
Lake Tanganyika
Tank size:
120 x 40 x 50 = 240 liters ~ 63 gallons (us)
Specific features:
Standard basin from the hardware store.
Vor dem Aufbau muss das Becken noch gereinigt werden, Marie hilft fleißig mit.
Aquarium decoration:
Gravel:
2 x 10 liter buckets of silica sand from the building materials trade, mixed with some aquarium gravel medium to coarse grain.
Plants:
Anubias barteri var. Nana
Anubias congensis
Cryptocoryne aponogetefolia
Anubias congensis
Special features of the facility:
Div. Boulders, placed on stone constructions
Some chunks hole rock
some black slates
Schneckenhäuser for Lamprologus ocellatus
Aquarium equipment:
Lighting:
1 x 30 watts daylight tube
Daily from 12:00 - 22:00 clock switched on Timer.
Filtration:
External filter sera fil bioactive 400 + UV
Power 1100 liters / H, 36 Watt
Filtering through filter sponge, filter wadding and Siporax.
Other equipment:
Fluval A774 E Heater 300 Watt
Probably the best available on the market rod heaters.
Sera Fil Bioactive 400 + UV Außenfilter
Temperaturanzeige des Heizstabes
Stocking:
Julidochromis marlieri 1/1 u. 1 cub
Lamprologus ocellatus "Gold" 1/0
Altolamprologus compressiceps "Kigoma orange fin" 3 juveniles, in which currently can still find no gender.
Neolamprologus brichardi "Fulwe Rocks" 2/2
Lamprologus ocellatus `Gold`
Männchen meines Lamprologus ocellatus `Gold`
Männchen von Lamprologus ocellatus `Gold`
Männchen von Lamprologus ocellatus `Gold`
Weibchen meiner Julidochromis marlieri
Männchen von Julidochromis marlieri
Männchen von Julidochromis marlieri
2 meiner Neolamprologus brichardi `Fulwe Rock`
Neolamprologus brichardi `Fulwe Rocks`
Junge Altolamprologus compressiceps `Kigoma orange Fin`
Jungtier Altolamprologus compressiceps `Kigoma orange Fin`
Water parameters:
Temperature: 26.5 - 27.0 C
pH: 8.5
GH: 13dH
KH: 8DH
The determination of water values ​​are means of droplet test.
All other relevant water parameters are soon replenished.
Feeding:
Nature Food Premium Cichlid S granules
Tropical Tanganyika Flakes
TetraMin staple food flakes
Live food: daphnia, brine shrimp, white mosquito larvae
Frozen Food: White & black mosquito larvae, daphnia, brine shrimp, Tanganyika Mix
Videos:
Video
Further information:
Water changes 30% every 7 days.

If have formed with my Altolamprologus compressiceps "Kigoma orange Fin" and in my Neolamprologus brichardi "Fulwe Rocks" couples, the surplus animals are given in good hands.

Once I have a digital camera back, I'll also upload current photos of the pool and the fish. You must have a little patience.