Thought To Show My New Tank.

  1. BettaPonic Well Known Member Member

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    I thought to share my new 38 gallon aquarium. I moved some Guppies from my twenty gallon. I moved some Assassin Snails too. I am storing some Least Killifish in the breeder net. I have some Pond Snails in the breeder box fir the Assassins. I have 0 Ammonia, 0 Nitrite, and about 5 Nitrates. The temperature is the mid eighties. I have had the Colony six and a half years. I use semi aquatic plants. I set up the tank about two weeks ago.
     
  2. Manjit Member Member

    nice but water is a bit cloudy and would look much better if you do something innovative to hide those wires and pipes.....
     

  3. DHIWZ Member Member

    I agree with Majit! It also looks a little dim...a bigger light perhaps? I'd also get a few otocinclus to help you out with what looks like green algae taking over :)
     
  4. BettaPonic Well Known Member Member

    Is not cloudy in person. I have a bad camera. I don't plan on adding algae eaters. I am going to wait it out. The lighting is actually pretty bright. Part of it is the algae covering the glass and the camera is really bad. I am going to let the plants cover the equipment. I checked the water quality and it had 0,0,5. The light is an finnex 36" LED.
     

  5. Manjit Member Member

    hmmmmm... i get it
     
  6. BettaPonic Well Known Member Member

    I just did a water change and removed the algae by hand.
     
  7. BettaPonic Well Known Member Member

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    Here is part of how is looks.
     

  8. Manjit Member Member

    nice
     
  9. BettaPonic Well Known Member Member

    The last photo, the male was in the tank for a few minutes and is displaying.