Originally Posted by Cliff
That would be a 90 gallon aquarium which is one of my favorite sizes.
Have you though about waterchanges yet ?
While you are at sea, would you be able to find someone to complete weekly water changes for you ?
Actually I thought about that, I don't have anyone to do this for me. That is the reason I chose to put just a few fishes, and I want to know what is the best filter to this set up. I thought at a huge amount of Siporax in a try to keep a good quality
Originally Posted by ILuvMyGoldBarb
This might seem like a bit of common sense but not all are aware of what is involved. Cycling a marine tank is much the same as cycling a freshwater tank with a few differences. Since there are 3 main kinds of marine tank let's look at all 3 of these and see what is involved in all 3. But first, there a few things that applies to all 3. Never cycle a marine tank with fish. This includes the ever popular Damsels. While cycling with Damsels is never recommended, you might get away with it if you are
Originally Posted by Xiasx
A few months back I managed to get hold of an Indian Fern from my local pet store, I wanted to plant it in a small space that I have in the middle of my tank but it was far to feeble to do so. Until now it has been floating in my tank and has managed some healthy growth.
I took a cutting from the far end where the roots were longest and pushed it into the recently fertilised substrate.
I have a fresh water tropical fish tank . I had 4 tetras, 2 guppies , 4 mollies , 2 empress tetras , 2 Dalmatian
recently i got ick in my tank and lost all but 2 mollies , which are still surviving. I have been doing the ick medicine and just changed the 25 % of the water.
I want to get some some advise on how do carefully restart the tank .
I am assuming i should sterilize the gravel , decoration ? but please advise
before i add new fish , how do i know
Note this article on reflects study done while fishing and if the hook results in pain to the fish.
For years a fight has raged over whether angling is a cruel sport, and now researchers have waded into the debate by claiming that fish cannot feel pain.A study has found that, even when caught on a hook and wriggling, the fish is impervious to pain because it does not have the necessary brain power.
Updated 07-08-2014 at 05:18 PM by Fishhook