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Stand Anfang 2014
Description of the aquarium:
Category:
Asia / Australia
Tank size:
61,5x34x43 = 60 liters ~ 15 gallons (us)
Specific features:
Cheap on eBay acquired complete "Tetra Aqua Art Discovery" in white, as it should match the color bedroom furniture. The basin has a white frame up and down, which is apparently glued firmly to the pool. The cover has a total of 3 flaps and contains a standard 13 Watt T5 tube, with daylight spectrum 6500 Kelvin. For my purposes quite bright, because I will darken with aluminum foil something.

The pelvis should run with no frills, with a Bio CO2 system, a HMF (bought at blueline Aquarium, complete with a small internal filter of Aquael as a pump and various outlets). As heater I have a very flat ceramic heater of Aquael that suits namely exactly in the Chamber of HMF! For me, the filtering over HMF Neuland, but now with this pool I wanted to finally open up this area for me!

The cabinet in white has been ordered from the company Blue Aqua Zoo in Weimar, because I found no closet finish available in white, which I liked.
Stapellauf
Algen?
Aquarium Fadenfisch- Stube
Erstes Layout
Aller Anfang..
Filterschlamm aus dem großen Becken
Nachtansicht mit der 5,6 Watt LED Leiste einzeln geschaltet
Aquarium decoration:
Gravel:
Approximately 15 kg Vitakraft white sand, grain 0,1-0,9mm. I'll keep the lights rather dark, I wanted to try white sand, as this affects beautiful course.

Etc. Otherwise no soil
Plants:
- Microsorum pteropus "narrow", staked on a piece of wood

-Hygrophila Siamensis



- Cryptocoryne beckettii

- Cryptocoryne Lucens

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- Cryptocoryne wendtii "Tropica"

- A handful chickweed, floating on the surface, only for the run-in phase.

- Hydrocotyle leucocephala, as a floating plant

-Limnophila Sessiliflora

-Cabomba Caroliniana
Cryptos, Vallis, Javafarn, Lilaeopsis brasiliensis
Haarnixe Cabomba caroliniana
Special features of the facility:
Driftwood pieces, ergattert low, disinfected in salt 24, after which the pieces were for weeks in the sun, then again 2h oven at 80 degrees. I hope they do not start to rot or drive up to me to phosphate. For that I'll pelvis now first let stand a few weeks. Should they bum, to replace him then finger roots for use because I really want to maintain this look with vertical structuring! The driftwood pieces are glued with thick chunk of silicone on slates, which I then brought under the sand. A simple and stable solution. Moreover, even a mangrove and a piece Moorkien Wood, as well as a handful of small pebbles, quasi river pebble, in black and caramel.
1. Versuch Hardscape
Aquarium equipment:
Lighting:
Standard T5 13W, 6500K daylight spectrum.

End of November 2013 I still have a 50cm LED strip 5,6W, 6500K daylight spectrum, mounted in the rear portion of the cover, since the rear of the basin due to the stupid design of the cover, barely got there light there. This light bar I use as Morgendämmerungs- and moonlight as it is switched offset.
Filtration:
By means of HMF, specifications:
Height: 300mm
Leg length individually: 90mm
Matte Black with a pore structure of about 30 PPI

It is powered by an internal filter Aquael with only 4.2 watts electricity consumption, adjustable from 50-250l / h. Have regulated him to about 1/4, according to Mr. Deters the pool 1-2 times should be circulated per hour. Has anyone good experience for my pool size?
Other equipment:
Digital timer for lighting. Bio CO2 conditioning (from Aquarichtig.de, the supplied reactor but I will replace it with the JBL Taifun nano because it is much too bulky for a 60 pool).
JBL Taifun nano
HMF Detailansicht
Zusätzliche Beleuchtung, 5,6 Watt Led Leiste in 5.600k Tageslichtspektrum
Stocking:
Finally the first fish:

01/03/2014: a squad of 10 harlequin Barben "Rasbora heteromorpha" is drawn.
Keilfleckbarben Rasbora heteromorpha
Water parameters:
Measurement December 2013:

Ph 6.6

-KH 5

-GH: 11 degrees

- Nitrite: 0mg / l

Nitrate: barely detectable, possibly 5mg / l

The Ph and Kh value vary by the use of bio CO2 by yeast fermentation, now I manage the mix quite well, so that does not expire, the reaction in the bottle too hard, and the CO2 contribution thus not to change abruptly.
Feeding:
Is shared with the inhabitants of the Great Basin, so live food MüLa's, Tubifex and white worms, frozen food diverse varieties, FD food Muelas and daphnia, FD Tubifexwürfel and granulated food JBL Novogran.
Further information:
For this pool I use for acidification far only alder cones, since the Seemandelbaumblätter but cover a fairly large part of the plant in the small pool if they are dropped. The plan is still the use of oak from the forest around the corner, got the verpennt last autumn, which collect :(