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L. ocellatus putzt sein Haus
Description of the aquarium:
Category:
Lake Tanganyika
Tank size:
80x35x40 = 112 liters ~ 29 gallons (us)
Mitte Dezember
Anubias barteri
Ende November neu umgestaltet
Linke Hälfte
Rechte Hälfte
Plateau
Aquarium decoration:
Gravel:
25 kilos of sand
Plants:
Vallisneria:
- V. nana
- V. gigantea

Echinodorus
- E. argentinensis
- E. bleheri

Cryptocoryne:
- C. wendtii


Lobelia:
- L. cardinalis

Bacopa:
- B. monnieri
Vallisneria gigantea
Anubias barteri
Special features of the facility:
7 perforated bricks. These Styrofoam that was placed under the rock hole.
To one, in order to protect the glass, and on the other to create a plateau.
Aquarium equipment:
Lighting:
2x 18 Watt
Lighting 10:00 to 14:00 and 16: 00-21: 00
Filtration:
Eheim pickup 160

2x per week 30-50 percent water change.
Other equipment:
100 Watt Jäger heater
Stocking:
7 Lamprologus ocellatus 3M | 4W
2. Männchen beim Fressen
Weibchen beim Fressen
2. Weibchen beim Fressen
2. Weibchen beim Fressen
Kleines Weibchen drohend
Kleines Weibchen drohend
Nachwuchs
2. Männchen
2. Männchen
2. Männchen beim putzen
L. ocellatus Weibchen beschützt den Nachwuchs
L. ocellatus Weibchen beschützt den Nachwuchs
L. ocellatus Nachwuchs
Water parameters:
Ph: 7.6
dGH: 16 °
kH: 13
NO3: 22 mg / l
Temperature: 25 ° C
Feeding:
Live food, there is relatively rare because it is not too common in the counter to buy here. But four times a month that is already there.
Mostly there are alternately frozen food and flakes from different manufacturers.
Right now is
-sera vipagran
-TetraMin
-TetraMin Menu
-Hikari Sinking wafer
-Red and white frozen mosquito larvae
fed.
A feeding pause there about once a week, sometimes twice. Depending on what time I have to work.
Further information:
The basin has already been restructured twice.
At the last restructuring more plants were planted in order to do something about the blue-green algae.