40 kg gabion stones, standing on 3 cm thick Styroproplatte and hide the internal filter (see below); about 12 kg heavier Rhein slate block, 46 snails housing
Lumlight LED strip, 29 W, with programmable daylight simulator.
LED strip with 1 row warm white and cool white and RGB series; Daily schedule: 6:30 no lighting, from 6:30 Moonlight, from 7:00 sunrise, at 9:00 daylight varying intensity, from 18:00 to 0:00 sunset and twilight; This section has been deliberately dragged out because the fish come in the very dim light beautifully.
Self-built indoor filter plexiglass, glued in the basin, 60 x 12 x 30 cm; 2 EHEIM-flow pumps with 600 l / h in the filter sump.
The water flows from the top of the filter with 5 juxtaposed chambers, each 11 x 11 x 16 cm in size, filled with EHEIM biofilter substrate and covered with 3 cm thick foam panel as a prefilter.
The filter is hidden behind the rock structures. On the sidewalls of the stones are glued with silicone. On the top panel of the filter (grid of black Plexiglas) are 5 pieces that need to be taken zru filter maintenance down.
11 Zebra racing snails
3 Altolamprologuns compressiceps "Kigoma" (probably 1/2)
2 Lamprologus - were sold to me as Ocellatus site variant tatsächlicht but I think that there is a Ocellatus females and L. Speciosus man. The latter maintains, in any event mainly in the upper Rock area and shows little interest in the abundant snail shells.
2/2 Neolamprologus Mutifasciatus excl. Of a half-grown fish, sex unknown, who in one of mitgekauften Schneckenhäuser was the acquisition as a "stowaway" with it, and now many small juvenile fish.
6/6 Paracyprichromis nigripinnis "Blue Neon". I know most will say, you should have a significant surplus of women in these fish. I have nevertheless decided on a 50-50 group, and because I have no ambitions in breeding because of the appearance - after I read a very interesting thread on the subject in the network.
After 4 weeks, with the Paracyprichromis in the basin I can also say that the group is working well - was also spawned by now already.
25 ° C
Water change: Weekly 30%; the much too soft Leverkusen water is cured with baking soda and Epsom salt (20 or 10 g per change).
Daily 1x flake food JBL Krill Flakes and 1x TK-feed (alternately div. Bloodworms, brine shrimp, Mysis, Daphnia)