I have a 6 gallon moon jellyfish tank, a few months ago when I added the jellies the ammonia rose I did water changes and vacuumed the food that accumulated on the bottom (and decreased the food). Recently the ammonia has finally hit zero again but recently the nitrite levels spiked and are at about 5.0ppm, the smallest of the jellies has begun to flatten and decrease its pulsing. I have done water changes to try and lower the levels is there anything else I can be doing to help decrease the levels
I started out with some fairly low quality fish, vasicly whatever was available to me and blue. I have one powder blue F I will keep.the rest are now black w/ cobalt blue irridesent. A few interesting patterns one with a mutation of extra finnage. (I figured since the mutation was non life threatening it may be interesting to see what happens)
OK, here is a picture of my new betta tank which is just beginning to cycle. It is a 10 gallon with two small sponge filters connected to an air pump which I hope will not move the water too much for Mr. Betta. The bubbles are moving the surface a little, but I hope not too much. I plan to add a moss ball eventually. What do you guys think? Will Mr. Betta like this tank? I could always add a few tank mates later.
Ok, so i have a 3 gallon tank it contains 1 betta fish 2 snails and 3 cloud fish (they are super small fish) and yes it has a filter. So my betta was just nipping at my first snail so i bought the second snail and the three white cloud fish to help take the attention off that one snail. and it worked except now its not comming out of its shell :x and my betta is kinda sortof chasing the white cloud fish (its not constant just when it feels like it i guess) is this a good set up?
So, I have this 5.5 gallon tank without a light. It had an incandescent light that didn't work anymore, so I trashed it. I wanted to put a Betta in it, but can't find a lighted hood, or tank cover/light combo that would fit, so I ended up buying a 10 gallon tank. Mr. Betta will be happier in the 10 gallon anyway once I bring him home, and I think my entertainment center should be able to support the 100-120 pounds worth of fish tank. I tested the integrity of the entertainment center by sitting