what are some cool fish that can go in my ten gallon i like cherry barbs and sparkling gouramis thanks
Added by Luke Kennedy on July 31, 2014 at 12:03pm —
now that i got my tank planted with a few of the plants i want . which include bleheri, water primrose, dracaena, spathiphyllum, ophiopogon, trihomanes,syngonium, and some cardinal plant that im trying to get to carpet which is starting to carpet really really fast under extremely low light . the swords are starting to melt a bit thinking about dosing some flourish excel to help out the co2 part of it and some root tabs also something to help leaf regrowth and i know my lighting is really… Continue
Added by john walden on July 22, 2014 at 6:49pm —
What kind of red clay for a dirted tank use I use I already bought one amaco Mexican self hardin clay is that a good one to sure help
Added by Michael on July 21, 2014 at 10:53pm —
This guy has an awesome little aquarium. I can't believe it's only 10 gallons. I don't know very much about saltwater aquariums, but I was wondering how do you get purple algae? Is it the lighting? Do you have to buy live rock that already has it on it?… Continue
Added by Katie Gander on July 13, 2014 at 9:40pm —
5 weeks into the new dirt tank and I couldn't be happier. I Have a 30g with only substrate and now a 30 tall with dirt. The dirt is allowing faster growth and bright colors. I like a low tech low maintenance tank, so with the dirt giving of the proper nutrients for a few months, it helps.
Added by Juanarium on July 10, 2014 at 5:05pm —
We all buy algae eater? But we all fail to see the best in most fishes. I spend so much money trying to fine the best algae eater and today I would like to tell you all about it. I got two white mollies in a 55 gal with brown algae, green algae, and black beard algae. Two weeks after I got the mollies all the algae on one half of the tank is all gone. From the plants and from the ground. I have to give it to the mollies for algae eating hands down.
Added by Jerry on July 9, 2014 at 2:39pm —
So two weeks ago I dirted my 75 gallon. Did the whole drain and fill 6 times, followed by two extra 50 percent water changes. Into week two I still get ice tea water two or three days after a water change. Any idea how long this last? I have drift wood almost a year old now and planted on. How long does new growth start showing significantly? My water wisteria complety rotted black, wtf? Ummm my crypts doing amazing,… Continue
Added by Edward White on July 9, 2014 at 1:54pm —
I have a 10 gallon tank with 2 aqueon 10 filters going and I have a honey gourami,male platy, and a male guppy I was thinking about about putting more livebearers in there but I need some stocking suggestions and no females I don't want babies!!!
Added by Jhonsel on July 4, 2014 at 5:27pm —
Alright the next project that I'm in progress with now is a 20 high. So far I'm planing on a pool filter sand substrate with driftwood and schooling fish just because I like the schools better than single fish.
The questions I have for everyone is what type of plants?? And fish would look good in this tank??
Also what type of ferts, food, fish, plants, etc. would you recommend for any of my tanks?? (13 high, 20 high)
Added by Malek Bolin on July 2, 2014 at 3:52pm —
Hi my names Malek I'm from Texas. Umm currently I have 3 tanks soon to be a 4th. I have a thirteen high. With Java moss, java fern, Anubius nana, water wisteria, dwarf baby tears, 5 harlequin rasboras, 2 rummy nose tetras, and an Otocinclus. I also have a 5.5 gallon Betta tank with a male betta. The bigger tank I have is a 36 gallon turtle tank.
Added by Malek Bolin on July 2, 2014 at 3:48pm —