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  Topic: Orange Chromide in the wild
sudhirr

Replies: 1
Views: 58

PostForum: Native Indian Fishes   Posted: Fri Oct 30, 2020 6:49 pm   Subject: Re: Orange Chromide in the wild
Thanks for posting this vid, SidM. Stunning...
  Topic: Biotope- Concept and implementation!
sudhirr

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  Topic: Common mistakes made by most of the aquarist
sudhirr

Replies: 1
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PostForum: Chit Chat   Posted: Fri Oct 30, 2020 6:42 pm   Subject: Re: Common mistakes made by most of the aquarist
ab3787 wrote (View Post):
An insufficient amount of water: Even if you’re installing a mini-aquarium for a single fish, be sure to have at least a gallon of water in the tank.

Chlorinated water: When placing tap water into a freshwater aquarium, be sure to use a de-chlorinator to remove the chlorine. It’s important to do this during the initial setup and all of the periodic water changes thereafter.
Aquarium placement: On average, you want your water temperature to be between 73 and 82 degrees Fahrenheit. Be sure to keep your home aquarium a safe distance from windows, as sunlight can cause green algae to form in the tank.

Inadequate filtration: Generally speaking, you want your aquarium filter to clean the tank at least three times every hour. It never hurts to over-filter, so when in doubt, opt for an oversized filtration device.

Failure to test the water: Fish tanks’ nitrogen cycles can be rather confusing. As an aquarist, it’s imperative to test the pH, ammonia and nitrogen levels often, especially during the initial setup period. Make sure that all of your levels have been stable for a few days before you add your fish into the tank.

Too many fish: Adding too many fish during the initial stage of home aquarium creation is one of the most common mistakes. By only adding two or three fish at first, you can allow your fish to acclimate to their new surroundings. After the nitrogen cycle has been established, then you can add more fish incrementally. Always be sure to keep your tank size in mind when adding fish. [url=https://5g88win.com/th/?????????-a1c/]?????????[/url]


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  Topic: CO2 regulator issue, CO2 filling in Bangalore
sudhirr

Replies: 6
Views: 268

PostForum: CO2 Equipment for Planted Aquaria   Posted: Wed Oct 28, 2020 5:34 am   Subject: Re: CO2 regulator issue, CO2 filling in Bangalore
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  Topic: Need fancy goldfish at Jamshedpur
sudhirr

Replies: 2
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PostForum: Want to Buy - Hobbyist Only   Posted: Wed Oct 21, 2020 5:29 pm   Subject: Re: Need fancy goldfish at Jamshedpur
If it is true that majority of the supply to LFS at Jamshedpur is anyways from Kolkata, it would be worthwhile to check with the LFS if they can procure these varieties from Kolkatta.
This is because the transportation etc would be worked out. It would obviously come at a premium. Check on this.
  Topic: Microbubbles - New Aquarium
sudhirr

Replies: 3
Views: 103

PostForum: New Members and Beginners   Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2020 6:09 pm   Subject: Re: Microbubbles - New Aquarium
naveed05 wrote (View Post):
Thanks mate for your response. I'm not talking if few bubbles sticking to the glass or corner of plants but I'm speaking of millions of microbubbles from powerhead.


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  Topic: Need guidance on PH suitability.
sudhirr

Replies: 4
Views: 122

PostForum: Fishkeeping and Aquaristics   Posted: Sat Oct 10, 2020 7:35 pm   Subject: Re: Need guidance on PH suitability.
Goldies are adaptable. I wouldn’t use any ph up down products since they are inconsistent and will do more harm than good. Wouldn’t tamper with the water params. You don’t need to be worried unless there is a problem

With goldies good filtration and frequent water changes to keep the water quality high will help.
  Topic: Outdoor Thermocol Fish Tank (Duckweed & Wolffia request)
sudhirr

Replies: 2
Views: 125

PostForum: Fishkeeping and Aquaristics   Posted: Thu Oct 08, 2020 9:10 am   Subject: Re: Outdoor Thermocol Fish Tank (Duckweed & Wolffia requ
Interesting build. Whats the advantage of using Thermocol when the entire tank is plastered anyways?
  Topic: Need guidance on PH suitability.
sudhirr

Replies: 4
Views: 122

PostForum: Fishkeeping and Aquaristics   Posted: Thu Oct 08, 2020 9:05 am   Subject: Re: Need guidance on PH suitability.
Depends on the type of fish you keep. With water out of the tap that high, I would suggest using RO water or packaged drinking water.
You can get desired TDS by mixing back with tap water or using a remineraliser to add GH and KH (if needed).
  Topic: Rasbora dandia in the wild
sudhirr

Replies: 4
Views: 155

PostForum: Native Indian Fishes   Posted: Tue Sep 22, 2020 8:11 am   Subject: Re: Rasbora dandia in the wild
Thanks for sharing. Superb video of the biotope.
Would help if we can also identify the plants in the video.
  Topic: CO2 regulator issue, CO2 filling in Bangalore
sudhirr

Replies: 6
Views: 268

PostForum: CO2 Equipment for Planted Aquaria   Posted: Fri Sep 18, 2020 10:13 am   Subject: Re: CO2 regulator issue, CO2 filling in Bangalore
I just reached out to him: 9845224111. He confirmed that his shop will fill all types of co2 cylinders.
  Topic: Planted Tanks
sudhirr

Replies: 1
Views: 188

PostForum: Aquascaping   Posted: Tue Sep 01, 2020 1:25 pm   Subject: Re: Planted Tanks
@rnaray looking good. specifically liked the hardscape in the 2 foot tank.
Some bucephelandras on driftwood would add some additional color to the midground along with the Anubias.

Is there a possibility of reducing the amount of ADA gravel? Suggest that you use the gravel too just surround the hardscape
You can fill the rest of the areas with the la plata sand. IMO would become more stunning.

Chilli Rasboras - fantastic. What are your water parameters?
Chillies mostly occupy the middle levels, any other fishes for the lower levels?
  Topic: the tree - a 2foot planted tank journal
sudhirr

Replies: 12
Views: 1857

PostForum: Aquascaping   Posted: Tue Sep 01, 2020 12:11 pm   Subject: Re: the tree - a 2foot planted tank journal
would root tabs/ root capsules help Monte Carlo?
  Topic: Restarting the hobby. Can I use my old tank
sudhirr

Replies: 4
Views: 322

PostForum: New Members and Beginners   Posted: Tue Aug 11, 2020 2:19 pm   Subject: Re: Restarting the hobby. Can I use my old tank
For Eheim, you should still be able to find replacement parts for the ones that are non functional right?
For rubberised items you should try using a silicone grease to check if that solves the problem. Otherwise replace and proceed.
  Topic: the tree - a 2foot planted tank journal
sudhirr

Replies: 12
Views: 1857

PostForum: Aquascaping   Posted: Tue Aug 11, 2020 2:15 pm   Subject: Re: the tree - a 2foot planted tank journal
What’s the plan for the Monte Carlo? Are you planning on replanting certain patches?
In general for stem plants, after certain number of trimming, it is recommended to discard the bottom portions and replant the tops, how does it work for carpeting plants?
 
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