In addition, some moss balls and other moss, which I unfortunately can not remember the name.
is fertilized with Florena fertilizer Sera and liquid carbon fertilizer Tetra about every 2 weeks In addition, fertilized with manure balls from JBL
Special features of the facility:
1 bog-wood several mangrove roots 3 half coconut shells Eichenlaub a stone dragon in the root Berg
2 x 28 Watt High-Lite Day, 590mm T5 reflectors
Juwel Filter System: Bioflow 3.0 (600l / h, 6.5 watts) The carbon mat I have removed For that I have silicate ex reingepackt what gg blue-green algae helps because silicate favors this.
a 100 watt heater
Apistogramma Borelli - apistogramma borellii m1 / w2 Hasemania nana - silvertip m3 / W4 Hyphessobrycon sweglesi - hyphessobrycon sweglesi 7 Poecilia - Guppy m3 (remainder) Corydoras habrosus - checkerboard dwarf cory 8 Otocynclus affinis - Striped ear grating catfish 7 an unknown number of Red Fire shrimp
Temp. 24 degrees Celsius pH 6.9 KH 3 GH 10 Nitrite 0 Nitrate 10 is tested with test strips from Tetra Ca 30% water change per week Is conditioned with AquaSafe Tetra
TetraRubin Tetra Rubin Granules TetraMin PRO Crisps Astra feed tablets Frozen Food: Red, black, white mosquito larvae Daphnia Artemia (Am I first cautious because I have most likely suffered by me planarians now that are fortunately gone) Live food the same as mentioned above, but honestly rarely
Cucumber In the future, I want to try and red pepper
On the right side of the filter is a big mountain of roots that also have smaller holes, which also accrues more and more, so that really offer numerous hiding places for all fish and especially for shrimp. I think I'm on the number of fish in any case at the maximum. The Guppies are a non-stocking and I shall confine myself probably a tetra species ... let's see. I am looking forward to your comments and constructive suggestions;)