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Age 3 years, 8 months
Started February 14, 2013
Official Volume 65 Liters
Actual Volume 60 Liters
Dimensions 59cm x 31cm x 48cm
Make Superfish
Model Aqua 65

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jhelyer ‐ Looking forward to the inmates arrival i bet?
georgeedwards ‐ Just a tad!
jhelyer ‐ I'm not sure if Monster is ideal for fish George ;)
georgeedwards ‐ Ha, it's ideal for me!


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Equipment See more

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

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Feeding See more

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

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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

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

0% total water change in December.

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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