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Becken am 08. Februar 2013
Description of the aquarium:
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:
2 x 10 liter buckets of silica sand from the building materials trade, mixed with some aquarium gravel medium to coarse grain.
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:
1 x 30 watts daylight tube
Daily from 12:00 - 22:00 clock switched on Timer.
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
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
The determination of water values ​​are means of droplet test.
All other relevant water parameters are soon replenished.
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
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.