-Red Bloodworms F / L
-Black Bloodworms F / L
-White Bloodworms F / L
-Artemia F / L
-Daphnien F / L
-Tanganjikamix F (mixture with Spirulinaanteil)
There are exclusively Frost and live food, as it is most natural to assume the Wild and a no flakes or granulated food.
In this basin, I would like a typical for the Lake Tanganyika rock neckline and show this as the Rockzolidprodukte gemacht.Ich are going here every development write so that you can trace the complete development of the basin.
In addition, I would like to bring the interested Tanganjiaksee little closer, since he sometimes comes here too short and totally unjustified.
The lake is located in the western part of the East African Rift (Great Rift Valley) and is bounded by the walls; These include the Central African threshold, which is adjacent to its western side. It is the largest grave rupture lake in Africa and also the deepest and the second largest on the continent. He owns with 18,880 km³ volume, the largest body of freshwater in Africa and the second largest worldwide after Lake Baikal. Lake Tanganyika stretches 673 km in north-south direction with the average width of 50 km and has an area of 32,893 km². The lake, whose water surface is 782 meters above sea level is 570 m deep on average, the maximum depth is 1,470 m (in the northern part). Thus the reason for the second deepest lake in the world is 688 m below sea level, resulting in the second deepest cryptodepression Earth. His tremendous depth also means that it is fossil water in the deeper layers of the lake.
The catchment area of Lake Tanganyika is 231,000 km². The Ruzizi, which flows to the sea from the north, is its main tributary; Other tributaries are: Kalambo and Malagarasi. About his discharge, the Lukuga, it drains into the Congo to the river system it belongs.
On Lake Tanganyika the states Democratic Republic of Congo have (formerly Zaire), Tanzania, Zambia and Burundi share. The Democratic Republic of Congo (45%) and Tanzania (41%) have the major share of the lake.
Many of the animals living here are endemic in Lake Tanganyika, ie they only here vorkommen.Im lake itself are many different ways at home, where as in Malawi is dominated by the cichlids.
The lake is inhabited by about 200 m depth, because from here due to lack of water circulation of Sauerstoof fehlt.Hier are only to be found invertebrates.
What makes the lake also unique are its water values.
PH: 8 to 9.5
GH: 8 - 12 ° dH
KH: 15-18 ° dH
Conductance: ~ 600uS
Temperature: 24 - 29 ° C
Most livers in the lake found in the littoral (shoreline) of the lake statt.Hier a distinction in three areas. Felslitoral, Gerölllitoral and Sandlitoral and the transition zones.
Felslitoral: The Felssitoral is characterized by steep cliffs with large to medium-sized rocks.
Gerölllitoral: rocks of any kind arise the many pockets and crevices
Sandlitoral: Very sparse, often characterized by snail Halden where many cichlids live and Sandcichliden.
With my pelvis, I would like the transition zone of sand to boulders dastellen.Hier are both small rock walls, hiding places in the form of small and medium-sized rocks and free of sand available.
The male is the absolute boss in the basin. There currently are two females in the tank, because I'm waiting for a pair formation. At the moment, the two females hold mostly on behind the rear wall and come only occasionally and to feed forward, where they are received but usually quite ugly from the Bock. All the animals are not shy at all and can even feed out of your hand. Aggression are only available within species and also in an area where it never comes to injuries. In the animals is often a yawning way of seeing, as they have a far ausstülpbares mouth and this extension gelegendlich. When approaching mutual animals provide far on the dorsal fin, which looks very impressive in the high-backed Altos.
These little fellows inhabit the lower region of the pelvis. It has turned out that I 4 females and 1 male had (try to replace a female to a male). Each female has its own [...]