I've been trying to breed my goldfish all summer but nothing has happen. I've been watching a lot of goldfish videos on youtube and I, somewhat got an idea of it. My fish are kinda "small" I guess so its not the right time for the mating season for them. Other then that there's 2 shubunkins, 1 blackmoor, and 1 comet at an adult age and I can't tell if its time for them to breed. All summer nothing has happen between them. I thought it because of the temperature of the water but I guess not.…Continue
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I have setup a 46g bowfront mainly for plants and angels.
up and running for about 4 days now, so far so good. i am seeing some new growthin the swords and tiger…Continue
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This is a summary of the uses of substrates and the benefits of soil in a planted aquarium. I have also included a chart that describes different types of substrates that may prove useful. This is material that I have been going over in a few books I have. Hope this helps someone. Feel free to leave comments and opinions.
The Importance of Substrates
Your substrate is one of the most important parts of your aquarium. The substrate acts as a “nutrient sink” trapping nutrients…Continue
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So all the activity and changes has left my poor fish over stressed, and now...I have a seriously nasty case of Callamanus worms in about 80% of my fish.
I've lost a lot of amano shrip as well due to unknown reasons still. The few survivors have been moved to another tank as the medicine is not invert save. The medication I'm using is a JBL product called Nemol, and I'll do an update vid soon with info on the disease and the cure.
Fingers crossed all.
Added by Christopher Alner on August 7, 2011 at 4:32pm — No Comments
Care Level: Easy - Moderate
Origin: South America, Amazon River
Size: Up to 10" if kept in a tall enough aquarium
Water Parameters: PH 6-8, soft water is prefered.
Temperature: 24-30c can go higher if you're keeping Altums
Food: These are omnivores so a mixture of meaty foods along with Vegetables will be appreciated, flakes and pellets will also work they are not picky eaters.
Behaviour: Can get aggressive during breeding, they will fight for…Continue
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