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BucenWorld
Description of the aquarium:
Category:
Community tanks
Tank size:
100x40x50 = 180 liters ~ 47 gallons (us)
Specific features:
Standard Aquarium combination jewel RIO 180
Rioworld hat sich verändert
Aus Rio-World ist Bucen-World geworden
RIO-World im August 2013 . helle Rückwand entfernt
RIO-World im August 2013
RIO-Word im Sommer 2013
am 20.10.2012
Crypto. pechtii pink
/Hydrocotyle-cf-tripartita-H-sp-Japan
am 20.10.2012...etwas heller
Wurzelaufbau
Wurzelaufbau 2
Wurzelaufbau 3 mit Depotmix
01.08.2011 Morgens
01.08.2011 Abend
Entwicklung bis 01.09.2011
Entwicklung bis 19.09.2011
Entwicklung bis 06.10.20011
Entwicklung bis 20.10.2011 vor dem ersten großen Gärtnern
nach dem gärtnern
Moose auf Wurzel
26.11.2011
Aquarium decoration:
Gravel:
- JBL AquaBasis plus
- Aquarium gravel hell 1 - 2 mm and 2 mm

- Under the roots of a respective construction with Perlonstrumpf and gravel

- Ground level: front 2.5 cm (not over the gravel cover)
rear 12,0 cm
Plants:
Foreground:
- Cryptocoryne pechtii "pink"
- Cryptocoryne parva
- Hydrocotyle cf. tripartita (H. sp "Japan".) "- Water Clover / Shamrock
- Anubias nana var barteri -. Peer Miniature Sheet
- Fissidens fontanus - Phoenix Moss (attached to stone)
- Riccia "- Pond liverwort (attached to stone)
- Eleocharis pusilla ("E. parvula" mini ") -Zwergnadelsimse (mini)
- Bucephalandra cf. motleyana "Melawi"
- Hygrophila pinnatifida

Central area and rear area.
- Blyxa japonica - Japanese herb thread
- Bucephalandra motleyana
- Anubias nana var "bonsai petite".
- Microsorum pteropus "Needle Leaf" "- Fern
- Microsorum pteropus "Short Narrow Leaf" - Fern
- Microsorum pteropus "Trident" - Fern
- Microsorum pteropus `Narrow` - Fern
- Microsorum pteropus `Windeløv - Fern
- Vesicularia ferriei "Weeping Moss (Ferns and moss on roots
bound)
- Rotala rotundifolia - Round-leaved Rotala

- Taxiphyllum sp. "Flame Moss - Flame Moss (tied on wood)
-Ludwigia "Rubin"
- Hygrophila pinnatifida
- Naias sp. Roraima

- Fertilization until 30.08.2011 Ferrdrakon
Fertilization: since 01.09.2011 Special micro - Flowgrow 3ml
Macro Special N - Flowgrow 10 ml (WW 30 ml)
es `blubbert`
Anubia nana bonsai
Special features of the facility:
Savannah collected wood and roots fossilized olive wood root in Crete
Spiegelbild von der Seite
Aquarium equipment:
Lighting:
Standard jewel light bar with 2 x 45 Watt gem day 9000 K plus jewel reflectors
(0.5 Watt / liter)
Lighting: 8 hours without a break
Filtration:
the annoying Jewel inner filter was logically removed and replaced by an external filter
JBL Cristal Profi e 900-900 / h only with blue filter mats fitted (Gering filtering), therefore runs more reach than current pump at full power to maintain a good flow of the basin, so that CO2 and fertilizer can be distributed optimally.
Other equipment:
2 kg bottle with CO2 Dennerle Evolution Primus pressure reducer, CO2 diffuser 5000 in Japan Style overnight shutdown and about 90 bubbles / min.
Drop Checker
no aerator installed, good growing and optimally with CO2 powered plants produce through photosynthesis oxygen so effective that a visible O2 saturation of the water is achieved ("bubbling plants")
Back: milk glass foil and light blue plastic wrap
Stocking:
- Gymnocorymbus ternetzi "- 2 Trauermantelsamler (old stock)
- Paracheirodon axelrodi - 15 Red Neonsamler
-. Poecilia sphenops var Black - 6 Black Molly (old stock)
- Otocinclus macrospilus - 7 ear grating catfish
- Caridina multidentata - Amano shrimp

Perspective only Paracheirodon axelrodi
Samler im Dschungel
Water parameters:
Temperature: 25 degrees Celsius
pH: 7 - 7.5 line: 7.5
GCH: 6 - 8
dGH: 7 - 9 line: 6
NO2: 0 line: 0.025?
NO3 20-25 line: 15
CO2 20 - 30

Water change weekly about 70 - 80 liters
Feeding:
Frozen food: red, white and black mosquito larvae,
Tubifex, Daphnia, Artemia, Forage
always alternating 2 to 3 times a week
Dried fodder: TetraMin Flakes
JBL Grano Mix
Various Free food samples (;-))


Thursdays: feeding break
Further information:
On 30/08/2011 I have resolved my Unterwasserdreick and built the RIO 180th
The remaining stock of fish I took over and bought a pair of red Neonsalmer it. The Black Molly, a swordtail and Trauermantelsamler still enjoy their charity. Perspective I want to maintain a larger flock of red neon.
From the underwater triangle I have also a root, the mosses and ferns and a small portion of the backwater (where the fish swam during reconstruction) taken. The retracted filter was again connected directly without purification.
The run-in phase of the basin was straightforward and without major algae problems.
On the roots of a pair of green fur algae had established that I have sprayed the water change with Easy Carbon. Now is the Algenpolulation am dying. More algae problems were not previously on.
The past development of the basin, I have documented with the photos.