yea im fine with the ammonia thats not the problem.:woot: I just had another rummy die. They looked fine at 9 when I left at 9 and now at 10:30 he was twitching on the substrate. i believe it is some sort of internal parasite. Since I don't have any general cure and it is 10 pm, I am using...
My tank is cycled. Sorry I didn't finish my readings I had to run out the door. Ill get them when I get home. The rummy nose have been in there for a month and have been fine. I believe the reason for the slightly elevated ammonia is there were 3 bodies sitting in my tank overnight while I...
I just got 3 emperor tetras from my lfs. 2 have died and one is not eating and looks very faded. The other 2 look really good. Also, I found one of my neon tetras today without most of its body. Everything was fine before I added the Emperor Tetras.
Ammonia: .25 ppm
I had that algae. What was causing if for me was overfeeding and too much light.
Also, adding a school of otocinclus catfish could help eat the algae. But, you need at least 5 for them to feel same and they are pretty sensitive to water params and changes.
This algae is growing all over my plants and killing them. I need to get rid of it or my tank will be overcome. Any help guys???
6 hrs light w/ NICREW classic led plus (quoted 72 par)
I also have 6 otos.
1 Female Aphyosemion Australe Killifish
3 Glass Catfish
1 Japanese Blue Endler
1 Guppy (See pics)
1 Red Tail Shark Full Grown
1 Pleco (see pics)
3 Common Goldfish
1 new Penguin Bio Wheel 150
Bag of Blue Gravel
COODIA Aquarium Hood Lighting Color Changing Remote...
I just thought of my own diy way. I'm going to silicone a 2-3 inch tall price of acrylic the the bottom to hold my bioactive bottom. Then I'll buy a screen cover that folds in the middle and clip it on. I can just fold down the top half to handle my gecko, and when I clean I'll take the...
The only way is to out it in a good tank. When my anubias was melting, I cut the dead laeves, fixed my params, and attached it to a rock. Now it's thriving. You may want to cut some of the roots so you could attach it to something.
Also, Otto's love large groups, and can often be one stressed if they aren't in groups large enough. I have 6 in my algae covered 10 gal. And, like others have mentions they are very sensitive so it is best to put them in a long established tank. Also, don't keep yr tank tooo clean bc they like...
I have a left over 5.5 gallon fish tank and I want to put a gecko in it. 16x8x10. I probably just want one and I want to be able to handle it. I also don't rly want to spend more than $50 on a gecko.
Thanks a lot!