My 10 Gallon tank

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish and Tank Photos' started by sgh360, Dec 4, 2009.

  1. sgh360Valued MemberMember

    i took a front, right and left pictures of my tank sry for the pic quality took the pics from my phone:-\ tell me what you think. 5 neon tetras alwasy hide when light is on. 3 dainos. 1 guppie and cory cat fish
     

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  2. jana

    janaValued MemberMember

    Your tank looks great sgh360! :)
    Sorry but just checked your aquarium info and you din mention anything about The Aquarium Nitrogen Cycle. Check the link it'll be helpful. :;hi1
     
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2009
  3. Aquarist

    AquaristFishlore LegendMember

    Hello Sgh. Welcome to Fish Lore :sign0016:Your tank looks great! Thanks for sharing the photos!
    Ken:animal0028:
     




  4. lorabellWell Known MemberMember

    hey there and welcome!!!!! great pics!!!!!
     




  5. Lucy

    LucyModeratorModerator Member

    Welcome to FishLore :)
    Very cute tank!
     
  6. MNfishMamaNew MemberMember

    I love your stump hideout!
     
  7. KenzoNew MemberMember

    Hi,
    I see you have 2 schoolfishes, I think it should be better that you have only 1 school, but more of them.

    And I only see plastic plants, they are nice, but you need real plants to keep the tank healthy.
    Fishes produce Ammonium, after some reactions it become nitrate (NO3-) and it are the plants who use the nitrate to grow.
    Sow if you don't want any problems, just buy some plants who grows fast (cabomba is very good) or you have to refresh every week 25% of your tank.
     
  8. ctclee

    ctcleeValued MemberMember

    Good looking tank :)

    How much gravel did you add ?
     
  9. soccermattValued MemberMember

    your tank looks great, your neon tetra's sure are good hiders.
     
  10. platy ben

    platy benWell Known MemberMember

    Wonderful looking tank! :D

    Plants will only use a tiny amount of the nitrates and in my opinion they are not needed to keep a tank healthy. Also you should be changing around 20-25% of your water once a week wether oyu have live plants or not.
     
  11. platy ben

    platy benWell Known MemberMember

    Wonderful looking tank! :D

    Plants will only use a tiny amount of the nitrates and in my opinion they are not needed to keep a tank healthy. Also you should be changing around 20-25% of your water once a week whether you have live plants or not.
     
  12. vtyouNew MemberMember

    I love that black/white plant! Where did you get it?

    -Vincent
     
  13. OP
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    sgh360Valued MemberMember

    At a LFS
     
  14. konstargirl

    konstargirlWell Known MemberMember

    I have artifical plants and my fish are doing just find.

    Anyway, nice tank and well planted too. =D I'm going to get more artificial plants because my tank looks bigger than I thought.
     
  15. ctclee

    ctcleeValued MemberMember

    I'm new to this and I have all real plants but it seams that with either way the same mainanance is required except with fake ones you get less snails and you may have to clean your plants :) correct me if i'm wrong :)
     
  16. stanmanNew MemberMember

    cool tank. I like the stump:)
     
  17. jarrodValued MemberMember

    totally, i baught a real plant today, and it was covered in mts snails, i shook them over the sink to get as many as i could out..

    and guess what fell out?

    ..

    a large zebra snail that i didnt even know was there..lol its about 1/2-5/8 of an inch around..lol
     




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