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Description of the aquarium:
Category:
South America
Tank size:
150x50x60 = 450 liters ~ 118 gallons (us)
Aquarium Diskusbecken aufgelöst
Aquarium decoration:
Gravel:
Black aquarium gravel ordered from the Internet, without additions, 2-3mm.
Plants:
Najas marina, Blyxa Japonica, Didiplis diandra, Helanthium bolivianum 'Vesuvius', Helanthium tenellum "parvulum" (E. Tenellus parvulum), Hygrophila polysperma rosanervis, Limnobium laevigatum, Limnophila indica, Limnophila hippuridoides, Echinodorus ssp. (20cm high), red Tiger Lotus, Bolbitis heudelotii, Cryptocoryne becketti, Hydrocotyle triparitita, Alternanthera reineckii "pink"

1x a week I give fertilizer added (ProFito, 25ml)
rarely, as required iron tablets (Dennerle)
Special features of the facility:
A large root as a pillar and a few lava rocks.
Aquarium equipment:
Lighting:
2x 54 W T5 + reflector, Daylight and plant light
Light time 12 hours a day
Filtration:
External filter EHEIM up 350l + a internal filter EHEIM for 350l
Other equipment:
CO2 system with overnight shutdown, Sprudelstein for emergencies
Stocking:
4.3 discus
2.4 Orangeflossen armored catfish
3 marble armored catfish (leftover from a turtle tank, will not be increased)
25 Rotkopfsalmer
1.1 Apistogramma hongsloi
1 freshwater pufferfish (been wrongly advised, is probably not a loner yet so super peaceful as the dealer told us in discus specialty shop. We think even if we still get to 2)
0.1 Brauner catfish (we went through our fingers as we abgekescht catfish all of our example and must remain)
div. snails
Calendula Hand shrimp
Besatz im Aquarium Diskusbecken aufgelöst
Besatz im Aquarium Diskusbecken aufgelöst
Water parameters:
Temperature: 29 ° C
Nitrate: 0-10mg / l
Nitrite: 0 mg / l
GH: 4-7 ° d
KH: 3-6 ° d
pH: 6.5
Cl2: 0mg / l
CO2: ca.15mg / l

Water change every 7-14 days 20-30%
Feeding:
mainly various frozen food (div. Diskus mixtures, Artemia, white mosquito larvae)
div. Diskus dry food if it has to be fast times
Further information:
1. To the photos: all photos by gardening and good plant growth only snapshots. So do not be surprised if on a photo even missing a plant. Probably it is just down heavily cut.
2. The pool is something like run until next summer, then have to move, then should not lead to a large stocking change, but change institution. I'm here to get suggestions.
So far I know: Gravel comes out, which seems a bit sharp and shiny to me. Presumably, it is a mixture of gravel areas planted and unplanted sand.
There are still a couple hongsloi move, get the grass Hand shrimp, for purely Amano and perhaps a few more sterbais.