Looks like about a 50 gallon tank with 158 gph filter if I did my math right. You should have about 400 - 500 gph filter for best results.Megan33 said:The tank is juwel 190 trigon aquarium.
Juwel bioflow 3.0 filter.
OK, you asked...Megan33 said:Ok, good to know. What is the downsides to having an external filter which isn't doing the best job?
Don't know. Why would having that tank and filter affect your fish? Seams all is fine. Are you saying you want to add an additional filter or change the one you have? Need to tell us what your intentions are.Megan33 said:
OK. However it's probably best to buy the tank separate of your filter. Therefore you can size the filter which best fits that new tank.Megan33 said:I won't be adding another filter...
The advice given seems my filter isn't as sufficient as it could be. The fish I have and am expecting are babies, but as they get bigger I will move them to another tank. Through what I've learnt today, I'm going to make sure I check the new tank has a better filter which turns over more water. Orandas get quite big and are messy so I want them in the best water quality possible. Thanks guys.
(Sorry about the curse word)