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Aquarium Hauptansicht von Becken 3275
Description of the aquarium:
Lake Tanganyika
Tank size:
60x30x30 = 54 liters ~ 14 gallons (us)
Specific features:
no further Bosonderheiten
Das Becken in der Einlaufphase
1 Woche nach dem Einsetzen (man beachte die Kiesberge)
Hoch - Tiefbau Multifasciatus  ;-)
Aquarium decoration:
10 kilos of washed-coral gravel "White Pebbles" 2-3mm
5 x Valisneria tortifolia
1 x Valisneria gigantea
1 x Cryptocoryne bekettii
1x Anubias barteri var. Caladifolia
a few small stem Hygrophila siamensis
Pflanzen im Aquarium Becken 3275
Cryptocoryne bekettii
Pflanzen im Aquarium Becken 3275
Anubias barteri var. caladifolia
Special features of the facility:
4 x perforated blocks
masse Schneken houses
Dekoration im Aquarium Becken 3275
Die steine liegen noch auf dem Kies....
mittlerweile liegen vereinzelte Schneckenhäuser unter den Steinen  ;-)
Aquarium equipment:
1 x 15 watts "sera brilliant daylight"
6:00 - 21:00 clock controlled by timer ...
1 x 'sera L 150 "airlift
1 x small air lift (do not know more what brand,
is already longer rum with me ;-)
2 filters, therefore, I do not necessarily trust Wiel air lifters ....
Other equipment:
- Hunter heater with 75 watts
(unfortunately not possible the better to hide, is stop unfortunately so great and I had him at home ... I hope that the Valisneria still growing wieter ...)
- Tetra APS 150 for operating the 2 airlifts
der Heizer verschwindet jetzt fas hinter anubia und valisneria
die 2 Luftheber...
6 x Neolamprologus multifasciatus
- 2 males
- 4 females
(please do not equally bad review, the 6 dwarfs are indeed grown, but know for some time. Of course little annoyances can not be avoided. are just but perch ;-)
hmmmm, welches nehm ich jetzt???
Besatz im Aquarium Becken 3275
Es muss nicht immer ein Schneckenhaus sein...
ich weiss iss etwas unscharf, aber man erkennt die kleinen am Schneckenhaus
Water parameters:
Temperature: 26 ° C
PH: 8.6
GESAM hardness: 18 ° dH
Carbonate hardness: 16 ° dH
Nitrate NO3: 15mg / l
Nitrite NO2: undetectable
(despite the huge amount of coral gravel, the values ​​are absolutely stable ....)
Water change: 1/3 week
Water treatment: easylife
Live food (zooplankton)
- Mysis
- Artemia
- Cyclops
- The boys get brine shrimp larvae (live and frozen)

the same as above, also in the form of frosted

Dry-lining (rare):
- "Tropical" Cichlid (as flake and pellets)
- "Tropical" Supervit granulate
- "Dupla Rin" L and M
- Tetra Min Flake
- Sera FD daphnia

I feed at the moment actually only live and frozen foods. Dry food only if I just anything listed above have there .....
Further information:
The small ones are "scaled shovel", which may in my pelvis rage as they want. If someone appreciate a tidy, Balanced pool, maybe they should refrain from purchasing these fish. This perch or group is, completely remodel able pelvis within 3 days ..... see photos ;-)