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Aquarium Hauptansicht von Becken 3275
Description of the aquarium:
Category:
Lake Tanganyika
Tank size:
60x30x30 = 54 liters ~ 14 gallons (us)
Specific features:
Stoßverklebung
no further Bosonderheiten
Das Becken in der Einlaufphase
1 Woche nach dem Einsetzen (man beachte die Kiesberge)
Hoch - Tiefbau Multifasciatus  ;-)
Aquarium decoration:
Gravel:
10 kilos of washed-coral gravel "White Pebbles" 2-3mm
Plants:
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:
Lighting:
1 x 15 watts "sera brilliant daylight"
6:00 - 21:00 clock controlled by timer ...
Filtration:
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...
Stocking:
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...
Gewusel......
ich weiss iss etwas unscharf, aber man erkennt die kleinen am Schneckenhaus
juhu.......
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
Feeding:
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 ;-)