Big Tank

Melbourne
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Measurements

Ammonia
4
Nitrate
Nitrite
7.6
pH

Inhabitants

80 Fish

10 Cherry Barb Puntius titteya
14 Clown Killifish Aplocheilus annulatus
9 Ember Tetra Hyphessobrycon Amandae
Ghost Glass Cat Kryptopterus bicirrhis
10 Otocinclus Catfish Otocinclus sp.
6 Peacock Gudgeon Tateurndina ocellicauda
12 Purple Harlequin Rasbora Trigonostigma heteromorpha
10 Rummy Nose Tetra Hemigrammus Rhodostomus
Siamese Algae Eater Crossocheilus siamensis
7 Sparkling Gourami Trichopsis pumila

20 Invertebrate

10 Australian Ghost Shrimp Callianassa australiensis
10 Malaysian Trumpet Snail Melanoides tuberculata

Equipment

Controller
Filter
Huey Hung Genius Bio Sponge Filter
Reactor
DYMAX DF-102
Skimmer
OF Surf Clear Surface Skimmer

Feeding See more

Blood Worms

On average you perform a 5.3% water change every 6 days.

0% total water change in August.

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Adding co2 did magic for my ph level!! I have not tested EC/TDS yet. I included and photo in the photo section to show the difference.
Trimmed down all the plants to stimulate growth with the introduction of the co2
I am getting crazy PH and NH4 swings going up during the day and down during the night. I have moved my co2 into this tank to see if it helps the ph from peaking so high during the day.

Installed a spray bar on my fluval 406. Really happy with it. I wanted more equal flow throughout the tank, I think I achieved this.

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