Rank Info

Ranked #1818 out of 2541 planted tanks pictures worldwide
This picture looks better than 28.45% of pictures in this category
10 1
The Average Score for this picture is: 4.14
This picture has been rated : 91 times.
The Average Score for this category is: 5.33

More Info

Country: United Kingdom
Description: 91x30x38cm community tank, T8 flourescent lighting, Nutrafin CO2 unit, 3 airlines (night only to offset CO2), Fluval 3+ filter, Tetra planted substrate underneath gravel layer, which also contains crushed oyster shell for added alkilinity, temp 27C. Use API root tabs under the swords and Leaf Zone weekly.
Advice: Read, read, read. Then read some more.
Fish Kept: Guppies (25+), platys (4), Siamese fighters (1m, 1f), cherry red shrimp, 2 bristlenose pleco, 1 bristlenose cat, 5 neons, 10 black bar endlers, 1 cavefish, 2 pineapple swordtails, 5 gold mountain minnows, 5 glass fish; separate tank has 1 angel (small), 1 balloon mollie and 1 full grown rainbow shark.
Corals/Plants: swords, tiger lillies, cabomba, hornwort, moss balls, water wisteria+ more; about 10 different species in there.
Tank Size: 26 gallons
Quote: Never forget the poly layer under the tank; take it from one who knows... :o
About Yourself: Fell into fishkeeping when my daughter came home with a small Rena tank containing an unwanted red tail shark (aka rainbow shark). He's still in there, not risking him in the community! This is my first 'proper' tank.

COMMENTS

There are no comments on this photo yet.

MOST RECENT ARTICLES

Why is Water Flow So Important in a Reef Tank?
WHY IS WATER FLOW SO IMPORTANT IN A REEF TANK?
Cultivating a thriving reef tank can be a challenge with all of the requirements you must meet.
How Aquarium Trends Affect the World
HOW AQUARIUM TRENDS AFFECT THE WORLD
Trends in the aquarium trade have an effect on more than just aquarium hobbyists -- they can affect the whole world.
Aquarium Hobbyists Help Save 30 Species from Extinction
AQUARIUM HOBBYISTS HELP SAVE 30 SPECIES FROM EXTINCTION
The pet trade gets a bad rap for exploiting wild animals but sometimes the opposite is true.

READ AQUARIUM ARTICLES