Advice:White dots in driftwood.It's nothing to worry about , quite common in new driftwood. It's the start of a fungus outbreak on the wood. The will eventually turn in a white fluffy material then die off. It's caused by some organics in the wood decomposing. Pointless to scrub off as it will just keep coming back until the decomposing cycle is finished. It'll clear up by itself in a few weeks. It's completely harmless to plants and fish and won't spread beyond the wood. It'll just look a big ugly until it burns out.
Advice:Careful what size fish you have in your tank together don`t add any fish that might be able to fit in another fish`s mouth. Make sure you have proper filtration and do your water changes of at least 30% every two-three weeks.
Advice:Start slow and with what you think looks good. Take some time up front to see what you acutally need to make it happy for the fish and more relaxed for yourself. A good working aquarium is much more entertaining then a daily routine you need to do to keep everything healthy.
Description:Normally i have an casing around the aquarium because i made it inside a piano. However, for your view i removed it.