75 gal. Oceanic Systems tank and cabinet.
Ehiem 2028 canister filter.
250W Ebo Jager TS heater.
Aqua Ultraviolet 8 watt Advantage UV sterilizer.
Ultralife titanium grounding probe.
Seachem Flourite (clay) substrate.
Bottled CO2 gas thru an ADA pollen glass diffuser.
2x 55 watts Philips PL-L/950 CF, 5300K, 92 CRI.
Twin tube striplight: 32w Aquarelle and a 32w ADV850.
(18)Cardinals, (9)Rummynose, (2pair)Cherry Barbs, (1)Betta, (1) Angel, (7)Pygmy (3)Habrosus (1)Panda (1)Julii (1)Paleatus (2)Haraldschultzi Cories, (4)Khulis, (2)SAE, (1)False SAE, (3)Otos, (1)B-nose Ancistrus
Vallisneria americana var. biwaensis (corkscrew Val)
Echinodorus paraviflorus or amazonicus (Amazon sword)
Echinodorus barthii (Red melon sword)
Ludwigia palustris (Narrow leaf Ludwigia/Water primrose)
Hydrocotyle leucocephala (Brazilian pennywort)
Microsorium pteropus (java fern)
Sagittaria subulata (Dwarf Sag)
Anubias barteri var. coffeefolia
Cryptocoryne wendtii var. Brown
Interests: fish, fishing, british sports cars and my son
When you see signs of stress in your fish, you can then take steps to identify the source of that stress and then to resolve it before it becomes a major issue.
If you're looking for a unique way to stock your new tank, give freshwater shrimp a try.
If your fish is suffering, you may want to consider euthanasia as an option to humanely end his pain.