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Description of the aquarium:
Category:
Community tanks
Tank size:
100 x 40 x 50 cm = 200 liters ~ 52 gallons (us)
Specific features:
The pool serves as a room divider.
It is made of 8 mm float glass with two longitudinal struts and safety stitch under which a thermal pad is 6 mm.
The substructure consists of aluminum profile 40 x 40 mm and resting on 8 columns with adjustable feet. The pelvic plate is made of plywood 21 mm with adhesive film with marble decor and shelves are made of 19 mm chipboard.
Beckenplattemaß: 144 x 44 cm
Gestellmaß: 140 x 35 x 68 cm
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17.08.2014 Unschärfe von Trübung im Wasser
17.08.2014 Unschärfe von Trübung im Wasser
Aquarium decoration:
Gravel:
River gravel color white / brown grain 2 to 4 mm
Overall height: about 5cm

Giant needle ledges in plant pots
Size 50 3D fish worlds
planted Amazonia - with Aqua Soil.
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Plants:
Name:
Brazilian pennywort (Hydrocotyle leucocephala)
Indian water Wedel (Hygrophila difformis)
Vallisneria "Tiger" (Vallisneria spiralis "Tiger")
Bonsa-Zwergspeerb. (Anubias barteri var. Nana`Bonsai`)
African Zwergspeerb. (Anubias barteri var. Nana)
Red Tiger Lotus (lotus Nymphae "red")
Gewelltblättriges pondweed (Pogostemon helferi)
Giant needle ledges (Eleocharis sp. "Montevidensis")
Needle ledges (Eleocharis acicularis)
Small duckweed (Lemna minor)
Marsh Crest Journal (Proserpinaca palustris)
Süßwassertang (Lomariopsis lineata)
Moss ball / ball algae (Cladophora aegagrophila)
Java moss (Vesicularia dubyana)
Flame Moss (Taxiphyllum spec.)
Coral bead (Riccardia chamedryfolia)
Source Fork Teeth / Phoenix Moss (Fissidens fontanus)
Weeping Willow Moss (Vesicularia ferriei "Weeping Moss")


Away:
Cabomba caroliniana (Cabomba caroliniana)
African waterweed (Lagarosiphon major)


Fertilize every week with Aqua Rebell
Micro Basic - iron fertilizer, Macro Basic - NPK and
Macro Basic - phosphate;

additional fertilization with sera florenette A, Sera floreplus
Hobby and laterite balls.
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Brazilian pennywort
(Hydrocotyle leucocephala)
Family: Apiaceae, Umbelliferae
Origin: South America southern Mexico to northern Argentina, Brazil
Habitat: almost dry to wet sites, slow to fast flowing water on the surface
Light: Medium to high
Water levels: 20 - 28 ° C; pH: 6 - 7.5; KH: 2 - 15 °; GH: °
Position: center-background, flooding above the water surface
Planting: Plant Group
Height / width: height up to 150 cm
Growth: very fast
Difficulty: very easy
Propagation: Kopfstecklinge

Indian water Wedel, water star
(Hygrophila difformis)
Family: Acanthaceae, hogweed plants
Origin: Asia and Southeast Asia, India, Burma, Thailand
Light: Medium to high
Water levels: 20 - 30 ° C; pH: 5 - 9; KH: 2 - 11 °; GH: <1-3 °
Position: center-background,
Planting: Plant Group
Height / width: 20 - 50 cm, 15 - 25 cm
Growth: medium, fast
Difficulty: very easy
Propagation: Kopfstecklinge

Vallisneria "Tiger"
(Vallisneria spiralis "Tiger")
Family: Hydrocharitaceae, hydrocharitaceae
Origin: Southeast Asia
Biotope: standing, slow moving water bodies
Light: Medium to high
Water levels: 18 - 28 ° C; pH: 6 - 9; KH: 5-18 °; GH: 6-22 °
Position: center-, background
Planting: Plant Group
Height / width: 30 - 55 cm, 5 cm
Growth: slow, medium
Difficulty: Easy
Propagation: foothills
Can trigger Kabonathärte Co2. Only when sufficient light is showing the pattern.

Bonsa-dwarf Peer Journal
(Anubias barteri var. Nana`Bonsai`)
Family: Araceae, Arum
Origin: Natural occurrence no known
Habitat: semi emersed
Light: Low to medium
Water levels: 20 - 28 ° C; pH: 6 - 7.5; KH: 2 - 15 °; GH: °
Position: front, middle ground, bouncing
Planting: Plant Group
Height / width: 5 - 10 cm
Growth: slow, medium
Difficulty: very easy
Propagation: Kopfstecklinge

African dwarf Peer Journal
(Anubias barteri var. Nana)
Family: Araceae, Arum
Origin: West Africa, Cameroon (Viktoria)
Biotope: semi- emergent, rapidly flowing waters
Light: Low to medium
Water levels: 22 - 28 ° C; pH: 6 - 7.8; KH: 3,5 - 15 °; GH: 4.5 °
Position: front, middle ground, bouncing
Planting: Plant Group
Height / width: 10 cm
Growth: slow, medium
Difficulty: very easy
Propagation: Kopfstecklinge

Red Tiger Lotus
(Nymphae lotus "red")
Family: Nymphaeaceae, Nymphaeaceae
Origin: North, Central, South America, Europe, Africa, Madagascar
Biotope: standing, slowly flowing water up to water surface
Light: Medium to high
Water levels: 22 - 28 ° C; pH: 5.5 [...]
Sumpf-Kammblatt (Proserpinaca palustris)
 Indischer Wasserwedel (Hygrophila difformis)
Roter Tigerlotus (Nymphae lotus `rot`)
Afrikanische Wasserpest (Lagarosiphon major)
Karolina-Haarnixe (Cabomba caroliniana)
Brasilianischer Wassernabel (Hydrocotyle leucocephala)
Afrikanisches Zwergspeerblatt (Anubias barteri var. nana)
Javamoos (Vesicularia dubyana), Bonsa-Zwergspeerblatt (Anubias barteri var. nana`Bonsai`),
Roter Tigerlotus (Nymphae lotus `rot`)
Mooskugel / Algenball / Seeball (Cladophora aegagrophila)
Phönixmoos (Fissidens fontanus)
Special features of the facility:
1 bog-wood with Java moss
1 mangrove roots with Phoenix Moss
1 mangrove roots with flames Moos
1 mangrove roots with African dwarf Peer Journal and
Java moss
1 large mangrove roots (with Phoenix moss and weeping willow moss)
1 lava stone with Coral bead
6 stones (granite gray / black)
1 Slate (brown)
1 Seemandelbaumrinde
5 alder cones
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Dekoration im Aquarium Becken 30000 als Raumteiler
Dekoration im Aquarium Becken 30000 als Raumteiler
Dekoration im Aquarium Becken 30000 als Raumteiler
Dekoration im Aquarium Becken 30000 als Raumteiler
Dekoration im Aquarium Becken 30000 als Raumteiler
Aquarium equipment:
Lighting:
Daytime cluster 100.5
Daytime dimming module 1-channel
Daytime Converter 60W

5 Cluster 7000 K, a 1200 lm per W = 6000 lm 10
30 lm / L = 0.5 W / L

dimmed to 80%
Sunrise 180 sec
Lighting time: 11 to 23 clock (12 hours)
changed to 11 to 15 and 18 to 23 clock (2 x 4 hours)
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Filtration:
Eheim Professionel 2224
Pump capacity: 700 L / h
Lifting height approximately 1.50 m
Container volume: 6 L
Filter volume: 3 L
Power consumption: 8 W
throttled to about 80%
Cleaning interval approximately every 6 months

Filter Material:
Eheim filter mat
Eheim Substrate pro
Eheim filter mat
Eheim Mech


Eheim prefilter no. 4004320
Cleaning interval when water changes

Filter Material:
Eheim filter cartridge


Eheim wide jet pipe 12/16 mm no. 4004700
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Other equipment:
Hunter Aquarium heater thermostat 3616 200/300 L 150 W

JBL ProFlora m602 CO2 plant
with Do! aqua Music Glass, D = 30 mm,
ADA Check Valve (return valve)
ADA and needle valve.
CO2 long-term test of Glass

CO2 in operation: 13 to 21 clock (8 hours)
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1% am Dimmer eingestellt, als Mondlicht.
Stocking:
25x neon tetra (Paracheirodon innesi)
12x black tetra (Gymnocorymbus ternetzi)
18x Amano shrimp (Caridina multidentata / japonica)

05x Zebra Rennschnecke (Neritina natalensis)
?? x American horn snail (Planorbella duryi)
?? x bladder snails (Physa fontinalis, Physa acuta)
?? x tower snail, red-rimmed melania (Melanoides tuberculata)
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Neon tetras (Paracheirodon innesi)
Origin: the headwaters of the Amazon (Letitia and Tabatinga), Putumayo, Purus
Biotope: cool dark forest waters
Temperatures: optimum 20-24 ° C; in nature 20 - 29 ° C;
Water parameters: pH: 5,0 - 7.0; KH: <1 - 4 °; GH: <1 - 10 °
Pelvis: center, bottom
Gender difference: males slender, with a straight blue line and indented Keh. The females are thicker than the males, they have the blue stripes a little kink. Obliquely from above the strip looks more green.
Size: 3,5 - 4 cm
Lining: Omnivorous (dried, living and frozen food)
Social behavior: schooling fish (from about 15 animals)
Offspring: free spawners
You Benötig make them feel a density covered with trees well.

Black tetra (Gymnocorymbus ternetzi)
Origin: Paraguay, Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Argentina (Rio Paraguay, Rio Guaporé, Rio Parana ')
Biotope: White Water
Temperatures: optimum 24-26 ° C; in nature 12 - 30 ° C;
Water parameters: pH: 6.0 to 7.5; KH: <1 -: 2 °; GH: <1 - 15 °
Pelvis: top, middle
Gender difference: males smaller 4 cm than females about 5.5 cm wide at M Dorsal significantly
Lining: Omnivorous (dried, living and frozen food)
Social behavior: schooling fish (10 animals)
Offspring: free spawners
It is a peaceful fish which forms temporarily small territories. Among large leaves (eg. Anubias barteri var. Nana, Nymphae lotus "red" they rest a lot. The high-contrast coloring fades with age.

Amano shrimp (Caridina multidentata / japonica)
Origin: coastal rivers in Japan and east coast of Taiwan
Habitat: River
Temperatures: 16-27 ° C
Water parameters: pH: 6.0 to 8.0; KH: <16 °; GH: <20 °
Pelvis: top, middle, bottom
Gender difference: males less about 3 cm at the edge of a dot pattern,
the females about 5 cm at the edge a clear line drawing
Lining: Omnivorous (flock, granule and frozen food, leaves, algae, Filtermulm, food tablets, etc.)
Social behavior: group (10 animals)
Offspring: Laven need in Enwicklung saltwater
The Amano shrimp plastering almost all kinds of algae, they should fine plants (mosses), have root wood at disposal, that is after Fressbaren by stöpert. With fish the same size, which are not too hectic and not readjust the shrimp, there are no problems.

American horn snail (Planorbella duryi)
Origin: Worldwide
Biotope: standing and slowly flowing waters
Temperatures: optimum 20-25 ° C; range 15 - 30 ° C
Water parameters: pH: 6.0 to 8.5; KH: °; GH: 12 - 30 °
Pelvis: top, middle, bottom
Lining: Omnivorous (flock, granule and frozen food, leaves, algae, Filtermulm, food tablets, etc.)
Social behavior: group
Offspring: they are hermaphrodites and fertilize always mutually exclusive. The snails are also capable of self-fertilization.

Bladder snails (Physa fontinalis, Physa acuta)
Origin: Worldwide
Biotope: standing and slowly flowing waters
Temperatures: 0 - 30 ° C
Water parameters: pH: 5.5 to 8.5; KH: °; GH:?
Pelvis: top, middle, bottom
Lining: Omnivorous (flock, granule and frozen food, leaves, algae, Filtermulm, food tablets, etc.)
Social behavior: group
Offspring: they are hermaphrodites

Zebra Rennschnecke (Neritina natalensis)
Origin: coastal rivers in South Africa.
Habitat: River
Temperatures: optimum 22-26 ° C; range 22 - 31 ° C
Water parameters: pH: 6.5 - 8.0; KH: <12 °; GH: 15 - 20 °
Pelvis: top, middle, bottom
Lining: omnivores [...]
Trauermantelsalmler (Gymnocorymbus ternetzi)
Neonsalmler (Paracheirodon innesi)
Amano-Garnelen (Caridina multidentata / japonica )
Trauermantelsalmler ca. 6,5 Jahre alt
Water parameters:
Temperature: 24 ° C between 18 to 28 ° C

Endurance test: Aqua Rebell CO2 check - 20 mg per liter
CO2: 20 mg / L 15-25 mg / L

pH: 6.8 (6.8); (6,8); (7,2)
KH: 7 ° (5 °); (4 °); (5 °)
GH: 7 ° (5 °); (7 °); (5 °)
NO2: NN
NO3: 15 mg / L (10 mg / L); (25 mg / L)
NH4: NN
PO4: 0.25 mg / L (0.25 mg / L); (0.5 mg / L)
CU: NN
With droplet test. (old values)

Every week about 10 L due to evaporation.
Water changes every 2 weeks 20 to 30%,
Treatment with sera blackwater aquatan and if necessary Dennerle KH +.

Tap water values:
pH: 7
KH: 2 °
GH: 4 °
NO3: 10 mg / L
Feeding:
Sera GVG-mix
Sera shrimps natural
Sera FD mixpur
Sera FD Tubifex
Sera FD Artemia Shrimps
Dernnerle Shrimp King Mineral
Dernnerle nettle Stixx
Dernnerle Algae Wafers
Star Seealgen- fodder leaves
Seemandelbaumblätter, alder cones

Frozen and live foods:
Water flea (Daphnia); Cyclops (Cyclops); Black mosquito larva (Culex);
White Mosquito Larvae (Coretha); Red Mosquito larva; Brine shrimp (Artemia).

Vegetables:
Zucchini; Cucumber; Paprika; Lettuce.

1 to 2 days of fasting per week
3x Sera GVG-mix and 2 to 3 frozen and live foods per week.