Tropical Jungle

Volume 65 Liters
Dimensions 59cm x 31cm x 48cm
Make Superfish
Model Aqua 65
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Measurements

7.1
pH
20
Nitrate
27
Temperature
Ammonia
Nitrite
10
GH
7.0
Alkalinity

Inhabitants

10 Fish

2 Assorted Platy Xiphophorus maculatus
5 Black Phantom Tetra Megalamphodus megalopterus
2 Dalmatian Molly Poecilia latipinna

5 Invertebrate

5 Japonica Amano Shrimp Caridina japonica

18 Plants

Dwarf Baby Tears Hemianthus callitrichoides
Java Fern Microsorum pteropus
Java Moss Vesicularia dubyana
8 Moneywort Bacopa Caroliniana
Red Moneywort Thing Rotala Macrandra
3 Stargrass Heteranthera zosterifolia
Staurogyne Staurogyne rebescens
Valisneria Valisneria
Water Wisteria Hygrophlia difformis

Equipment

Lighting
Superfish PL Tropical Duo 24W
Heater
Superfish Generic Heater
Aquarium
Superfish Aqua 65
Cleaning
Generic Gravel Vacuum/Siphon
Dosing
Seachem Clarity
Seachem Flourish
Seachem Flourish Excel
Seachem Flourish Iron
Seachem Prime
Tetra Aqua Safe
Thermometer
Generic Thermometer
Medication
King British White Spot Control

Feeding See more

Gamma Cyclops and Rotifer · Garlic soaked peas · New Era Tropical Pellets

On average you perform a 40.9% water change every 5 days.

0% total water change in June.

Diary Entries View all Diary Entries

Introduced two new fish today, two yellow cobra guppies - however on acclimating them to the tank, I noticed that one of the platies seems to have a white cyst on one of his fins... typical, looks lik
Been a while since the last diary entry! Since last time I have switched to a fish-in cycle and introduced my first three inhabitants: three Red Comet Platies.

Aside from this and careful
Returned after a few days away to discover that again the cycle seems to have stalled. No movement on ammonia, nitrites and nitrates. PH has also skyrocketed to over 8.2 ish. Performed a small water
No more real movement on the cycling front today, apart from it appears as though my nitrites have completely hit zero. Not a trace according to my API kit.

Interestingly tested my tap wa
So, this afternoon after visiting a couple of local aquatics stores and staring longingly at all the colourful little critters, thought I would have nothing to lose and picked up a bottle of Tetra Saf
A water change this evening. Brown algae bloom is spreading so changed some water which will hopefully reduce the nitrate level, that they are apparently feeding on

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