Mts usually disappear into the substrate in the day though some will still stay out and at night is when all of them come out. I also realised that the babies eat the film on the surface of the water. In my experience, if u do not overfeed, their population will not get out of control
This morning i woke up to see a large green spot on the glass which i did not notice until now.
The other side of the spot has a few black dots on it. Anyone can help me identify it? And how do i get rid of it?
For some reason my java ferns grow very long hanging roots even when they are already attached to driftwood so i plucked them off and used it to tie moss onto a pebble. Have anyone tried this before? Seems like it is a safe and free alternative to cotton string.
If its ludwigia repens they will start growing straight up.
The second one doesnt look like rotala rotundifolia to me but not really sure. My rotala rotundifolia is now bald from converting emersed to submersed
I was sitting in front of my aquarium watching the fish eat and suddenly a small white snail appeared out of no where. Its shell kind of resembles that of nerite or a mystery snail and its shell is translucent with a black ring. The body is white and it glides pretty quickly like a bladder...
1) yes. Put the sand first then whatever u want on top of it. I think rocks are a little more expensive
2) i dont think it will
3)if the gravel stays in the water and you the bacteria will survive but it might take time for the bacteria to spread
I got a bunch of java ferns 5 months ago and the were healthy and producing babies but i realised after some time they stopped growing. The largest leaf is about 15cm long and 4-ish cm wide but the online sources i read from say that they can grow up to 35cm big and i have seen many tanks with...
Whats that plant in the middle?(not the hydrilla looking plants)
It came with my plants some time back and disappeared and now it got it again with the new plants i got.
Edit: i get all my plants straight from the supplier