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  Topic: Which of these setups look better??new twist addded!!
oscarmadness

Replies: 31
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PostForum: Fishkeeping and Aquaristics   Posted: Thu Jul 22, 2010 12:36 pm   Subject: Re: Which of these setups look better??
For me the first one...  Smile aligned perfectly with Oscars ...
  Topic: Irish Setter
oscarmadness

Replies: 41
Views: 6164

PostForum: Chit Chat   Posted: Thu Jul 22, 2010 9:42 am   Subject: Re: Irish Setter
beautiful and fantastic grooming of the pair Sujoy da ..  Clapping

I would have hijacked a puppy , had I been at Ranchi ...  Smile
  Topic: Update of My Jaguar Cichlid (July 17, 2010) - more pics
oscarmadness

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PostForum: Cichlids   Posted: Fri Jul 16, 2010 12:19 pm   Subject: Re: Update of My Jaguar Cichlid (July 15, 2010)
Very nice ..  Clapping
Also looks like you have a master tank ...

Can we have a Full tank shot please / or a video with all the inhabitants ..
  Topic: hey just wanted to show how quickly fh can grow
oscarmadness

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PostForum: Cichlids   Posted: Mon Jul 12, 2010 10:53 am   Subject: Re: hey just wanted to show how quickly fh can grow
1 inch per month for a FH is a well achievable growth .. provided we give clean water and good quality pellets .. they will grow like this till the fist 8 - 10 months, beyond which the growth will get slowed down drastically ..

I do not see anything abnormal here - this can happen with good quality pellets too and not necessarily with tubifex ...
  Topic: transparent leaves
oscarmadness

Replies: 3
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PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Mon Jul 12, 2010 10:20 am   Subject: Re: transparent leaves
IMO - not a problem .. as long as Vals are shooting new leaves and there are no transparency in the new leaves, its not a problem..
I have faced always this with Vals ...

I hope you are dosing Micros too .. ?
  Topic: WTB - Ammania Senegalensis
oscarmadness

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PostForum: Want to Buy - Hobbyist Only   Posted: Sat Jul 10, 2010 1:25 pm   Subject: WTB - Ammania Senegalensis
Around 30 Stems ... Anyone can ship me down .. need it urgently ..
Please PM or call me @ 9836281750 ..
  Topic: Help Regarding Oscar Tank Setup
oscarmadness

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PostForum: Cichlids   Posted: Sat Jul 10, 2010 10:30 am   Subject: Re: Help Regarding Oscar Tank Setup
fAde wrote (View Post):
oscarmadness wrote (View Post):
You can use rocks , driftwoods.. but be careful about the rock placement as suggested before .. for four oscars, make sure you create 6 territories to start with ...

Once you see territorial aggression going out of control .. change the rocks and drfitwood arrangement in the tank and reshuffle the territories .. the buggers will get confused and you will have peace for some time ...

Man i just love oscars  Cheering


And how should I choose the filter for my aquarium (tank size is approx 1000 Litres), I mean the filter volume, how many litres of water should it filter and stuff like that?


Ideally you should be going with 2 nos of 2217 (cannisters with over 1200 L/H) capacity and I internal power filter over 1200L/H capacity .. One thing keep in mind, that any filtration is not enough for Oscars being messy in nature... for a tank of this size, in abroad I have seen people going for Sump.... Place the cannister outlet little over the water surface to create surface agitation ...
Perform weekly water changes over 30% .. siphon out the dirt ... ( on the initial 3 weeks, weekly twice water changes would be beneficial..)
  Topic: Help Regarding Oscar Tank Setup
oscarmadness

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PostForum: Cichlids   Posted: Sat Jul 10, 2010 10:02 am   Subject: Re: Help Regarding Oscar Tank Setup
You can use rocks , driftwoods.. but be careful about the rock placement as suggested before .. for four oscars, make sure you create 6 territories to start with ...

Once you see territorial aggression going out of control .. change the rocks and drfitwood arrangement in the tank and reshuffle the territories .. the buggers will get confused and you will have peace for some time ...

Man i just love oscars  Cheering
  Topic: Help Regarding Oscar Tank Setup
oscarmadness

Replies: 41
Views: 7131

PostForum: Cichlids   Posted: Sat Jul 10, 2010 9:59 am   Subject: Re: Help Regarding Oscar Tank Setup
Red Oscars and Albino .. would go well together .. but do keep an eye .. I have always seen every time, albinos getting bullied ...

And one more point - not sure if you fascinate .. in case you want to keep veil tails, then make sure, all are veil tails, else the veil tail would become normal tail within few months, once these beauties settle by themselves...
  Topic: Help Regarding Oscar Tank Setup
oscarmadness

Replies: 41
Views: 7131

PostForum: Cichlids   Posted: Sat Jul 10, 2010 9:41 am   Subject: Re: Help Regarding Oscar Tank Setup
Fantastic Specs ... Great to see one more OSCAR fanatic .. all the best .. do keep us updated ......One of my personal suggestion .. do not mix Albino with Tigers .. there is every chance of the albino being beated up .. also as compared to growth, albino are slightly slower than tigers and moreover, they may not succeed in food competition ...

Once I had these two varieties and i realized over a period of time, how much of a food i give, albinos are always deprived and tigers are used to get more than their share of the pie .. thereafter i used to use a divider and drop food on both the sides of the tank .. I solved the food problem, but you know what happened then .. moment the feeding used to get over and after i remove the divider, these tigers used to start chasing after the albinos ...

Few months down the line, whenever i used to put the divider, the tigers used to chase my hand .. some freaking tiger I had

The best mix would be a red oscar with albino (lutinos would look spectacular) ...
  Topic: Wild Caught Discus
oscarmadness

Replies: 151
Views: 34150

PostForum: Discuss Discus   Posted: Thu Jul 08, 2010 10:49 am   Subject: Re: Wild-Caught Heckels
they sure have some personality ...  Clapping
  Topic: lone ranger
oscarmadness

Replies: 20
Views: 2334

PostForum: Discuss Discus   Posted: Wed Jul 07, 2010 11:45 am   Subject: Re: lone ranger
Beautiful .. Kunal .. a FTS please ...
  Topic: How many plants are enough!?
oscarmadness

Replies: 9
Views: 1399

PostForum: Aquatic Plants and Planted Aquaria   Posted: Tue Jul 06, 2010 5:53 pm   Subject: Re: How many plants are enough!?
projecting probable numbers for each of the stems and others is a difficult job  Very Happy
For a densely planted aquarium - go with a rule, that after you are done with planting, when you see from the top, more than 10 - 15% of the naked substrate should not be visible ...
  Topic: New tanganyikan setup
oscarmadness

Replies: 20
Views: 4439

PostForum: Cichlids   Posted: Tue Jul 06, 2010 5:19 pm   Subject: Re: New tanganyikan setup
beautiful .. I would have removed the driftwood .. is not matching with a Tang setup .. IMO ..
  Topic: Puntius denisonii - Swimming Upright and loosing balance.
oscarmadness

Replies: 5
Views: 1451

PostForum: Diseases & Cures   Posted: Tue Jul 06, 2010 5:16 pm   Subject: Re: Puntius denisonii - Swimming Upright and loosing balanc
Deba,

denisonii needs a tank much larger than 20 G and aadequate swimming space ... it is also sensitive to water parameters and they are usually kept in planted tanks ...

it's companioins Serpaes, Mollies and Platy's are often used for cycling and they can tolerate some adverse water parameters ...

What is your water params ..?
 
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