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PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 10:39 pm Post subject: Re: your NANO tanks Reply with quote

 Don't  know  if  I'm  supposed  to  post  just  tank   (layout)  pics,  but  here  I  go...
 
 
 
   
 My  Rena40  40*25*20cm  20L
 Technics:  12V10W  halogen  bulb,  AquaFlow100  Filter,  no  heater.
 Live  stock:  Red  Cherry  shrimp,  Brazos  crayfish  (Cambarellus  texanus)  and  Heterandria  formosa
 Plants:  Anubias  nana,  JavaFern  (narrow  leaf),  Fissidens  fontanus,  Riccia,  Limnobium  laevigatum,  Nymphoides  aquatica  (bananaplant)  I  broke  off  it's  one  and  only  leaf,  well...  it  'll  grow  new  ones,  I  hope...
 
   
 Oh  no...   not  more  crayfish!  (they  breed  faster  then  my  RCS)
 
   
 Gatekeeper...
 
   
 Camera  or  no  camera,  stay  away  from  our  banana's!
 
   
   
 Some  H.  formosa  shots.
 
   
 
 
 Does  a  2  footer  count  as  nano?
   
 Juwel  Rekord  60,  60*30*30,  54L
 Technics:  15W,  6000K  Sera  brilliant  daylaight  lamp,  AquaFlow  200  filter,  no  heater,  BioCO2
 Live  stock:  Red  ramshorn  snails,  RCS,  Amano  shrimp,  mini  amano,  C.  gracilirostris,  P.  gelius,  D.  dario,  H.  jerdoni,  Stiphodon  sp.  leftovers:  D.  margaritatus,  A.  normanni,  overwintering:  T.  albonubes  (I  keep  them  outside,  but  we  had  2  winters  0f  -5C   to  -20C  for  months,  so  playing  save  this  time)
 Plants:  JavaFern  (narrow  leaf  &  sp.  'Trident'),  Crypt,  (don't  know  which  one),  Lomariopsis  lineata,  Limnobium  laevigatum,  F.  fontanus,  Xmass  moss,  Valisneria  'nana'.
 
   
 Aside,  better  view  of  the  crypt.  sp.
 
   
 Fish,  P.  gelius.
 
 
 Dario's  (not  a  recent  pic,  hence  the  algae  and  bacopa)
 
   
 H.  jerdoni
 
 
 Stiphodon  sp.  (rainbow?)
 
   
 C.  multidentata,  
 
 
   
 Caridina  gracilirostris,  
 
 
   
 Mini  japonica.
 
 does  a  70*22*22  (30L)  count  as  nano?,  if  so,  I  have  more  pics..
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 11:27 pm Post subject: Re: your NANO tanks Reply with quote

 beautiful  pictures  Asgard!!!  loved  that  goby,  i  wish  it  was  available  here,  i  just  love  those  Stiphodon  neon  gobies
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 19, 2010 11:54 pm Post subject: Re: your NANO tanks Reply with quote

 asgard  if  its  your  own  set  up  you  are  the  master  hats  off
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 1:33 am Post subject: Re: your NANO tanks Reply with quote

 @saumya  ¬†Thanks!,  Stiphodons  are  not  readily  available  here  also,  but  once  in  a  while  one  gets  lucky.  Finding  dario  (females)  is  even  harder.
 
 @aquariumer  Thanks,  yes  it's  my  own  setup,  if  interested,  you  can  see  ¬†my  tanks  evolve  here  (Dutch  forum,  but  the  pictures  speak  for  themselves.)
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 9:49 am Post subject: Re: your NANO tanks Reply with quote

 Nice  tank.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 11:01 am Post subject: Re: your NANO tanks Reply with quote

 Wow,you  got  some  awesome  tanks  there  asgard.Loved  your  2  footer.I  guess  it  can  be  an  exception,since  it  looks  so  lovely.
 Just  one  question.Has  your  crayfish  harmed  the  plants?
 Could  you  outline  the  specs  of  the  two  footer.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 11:09 am Post subject: Re: your NANO tanks Reply with quote

 Nice  2  footer...
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 1:53 pm Post subject: Re: your NANO tanks Reply with quote

 That's  a  brilliant  setup  you  have  there  Asgard..amazingly  beautiful  :)
 
 BTW..whats  that  you  feed  your  darios?..think  they  are  finicky  eaters  requiring  live  food..
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 2:28 pm Post subject: Re: your NANO tanks Reply with quote

 @scorpio,  hrishi007,  ASSASSIN,  garfield1967,  Thanks  for  the  compliments!
 
 @hrishi007,  Thanks  for  the  exception!
 The  crayfish  don't  bother  the  plants,  nor  have  I  seen  them  eating  any  shrimps  or  try  to  catch  some  fish.
 The  tank  40*20  is  too  small  though  (for  the  number  I'm  having)  and  I  am  transferring  the  young  mostly  to  another  tank  with  cold  <10C  water  (not  in  the  pictures,  I  have  2  other  tanks),  
 They  are  fairly  nice  to  each  other,  but  still,  today  I  found  a  first  victim.  When  I  bought  them  the  seller  said  they  didn't  breed  easy,  but  I  have  over  50  young  in  just  2  months!
 'Could  you  outline  the  specs  of  the  two  footer.'  I'm  sorry,  language  barrier,  could  you  rephrase  that  question?
 
 @garfield1967,  Yep,  the  dario's  require  live  food,  what  I  don't  mind,  I  mostly  feed  my  fish  live  food,  got  some  white  cheeked  gobies  (Rhinogobius  duospilus)  and  roundtailparadise  fish  (Macropodus  ocellatus)  too  and  they  also  prefer  live  food.
 I  feed  them  daphnia  (which  I  catch  myself,  living  next  to  water  makes  that  easy),  white,  red  and  black  mosquito  larvae,  which  I  buy,  and  their  and  most  fish  favorites:  Enchytrea,  (which  I  breed  myself),  and  tubifex  which  I  buy.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 3:59 pm Post subject: Re: your NANO tanks Reply with quote

 Saumya  and  Asgard,  awesome  tanks.  Love  your  presentation  a  lot.  It  is  truly  a  well  maintained  aquaria.
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 Super  tanks  boss!!  
 
 Thanks  Saumya  and  Asgard  for  posting.
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 Asgard,  you  mind  sharing  what  is  it  that  you  have  used  as  backdrop  for  your  tank...is  it  cork?  or  something  else  with  moss  growing  over  it?..looks  great  Smile
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Asgard,  you  mind  sharing  what  is  it  that  you  have  used  as  backdrop  for  your  tank...is  it  cork?  or  something  else  with  moss  growing  over  it?..looks  great  Smile                

 It's  a  basic  kind  of  foam  black  background,  much  like  the  Juwel  STR300  but  a  slightly  different  'motif'  it  looks  a  lot  like  this:  
 
 I  didn't  attach  the  moss,  over  time  it  found  it's  own  way  across  the  background.
 
 There  is  still  a  filterhouse?  (what's  the  name  for  it  in  English)  in  the  right-back  of  the  Juwel  aquarium.  I  managed  to  hide  it  from  view  by  putting  some  plastic  mesh  around  it,  by  tucking  it  between  the  filter  casing  and  the  aquarium  glass  (not  glued,  so  it  can  easily  be  removed  if  needed):
 which  looks  like  this:
 
 
 fully  stretched:
 
 
 mazes  are  about  10mm  by  10mm
 
 Behind  the  mesh  I've  put  lomariopsis  lineata  and  javafern.  I  was  planning  on  using  the  same  technic  for  the  background  but  the  Xmassmoss  doesn't  need  it.
 When/if  I  get  my  hands  on  some  weeping  moss  the  Xmass  will  probably  be  replaced  by  that.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 21, 2010 11:59 am Post subject: Re: your NANO tanks Reply with quote

 My  first  Nano  tank:
 
 5Gallon  acrylic  tank.  No  CO2,  24  W  PLL.
 
 
 
 
 
 My  Betta  Tank:
 
 about  1.5  G,  no  ferts,  no  CO2,  only  a  5W  CFL.
 
 
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