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PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2006 9:11 pm Post subject: Indoor pond Reply with quote

 
 Any  suggestions?
 it  is  a  blank  canvas  have  some  plans  but  just  want  more  ideas!  Very Happy
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2006 9:36 pm Post subject: Re: Indoor pond Reply with quote

 "Any  suggestions?
 it  is  a  blank  canvas  have  some  plans  but  just  want  more  ideas!"
 
 Looks  neat,  how  deep  is  it?  how  much  of  sunlight  do  you  get  and  what  are  you  going  to  do  for  maint?  does  the  bottom  ned  to  be  cleaned  regularly  or  can  you  have  a  substrate?
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2006 10:07 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

 Will  look  lovely  with  some  Japanse  Koi's  Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2006 10:16 am Post subject:  Reply with quote

 The  pond  looks  awesome.....
 
 A  small  falls  in  the  island  would  add  more  beauty........
 
 Keep  posted  on  this  Aquascapes....  looks  great....
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2006 3:32 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

 Hi
 
 Since  the  sorrounding  Area,  neat  and  clean,bare  bottom  with  a  submersible  water  circulator  and  Koi  Corps  is  a  better  Choice.
 
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 I'm  planning  a  pool  filter  system  with  power  heads  on  both  ends  for  water  circulation  so  that  there  are  no  dirt  accumulation  pockets  -  want  to  add  some  plants  to  the  pond  -  I  already  introduced  tigerbarbs,  rosybarbs  and  koi  to  cycle  the  pond  will  be  starting  the  aquascaping  shortly  -  just  wanted  some  ideas  on  the  plantation  as  it  is  an  indoor  pond  and  does  not  get  direct  sunlight  so  wanted  some  ideas  on  plants  with  low  light  requirement!
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 Fill  the  pond  with  as  many  varieties  as  possible
 Prawns,turtle,fishes
 make  it  a  complex  system
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2006 9:53 pm Post subject:  Reply with quote

                                                   
bbxx  wrote:                
Fill  the  pond  with  as  many  varieties  as  possible
 Prawns,turtle,fishes
 make  it  a  complex  system                

 
 A  complex  system  maybe  or  you  could  end  up  with  just  one  fat  happy  turtle.  Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2006 1:56 am Post subject:  Reply with quote

 The  possibilities  are  endless.
 
 Some  good  Koi  from  Israel!
 or
 Some  damn  cool  Arowana!
 or
 Some  really  fancy  goldfish!
 or
 A  nice  rocky  Malawi  Cichlid  Setup[colorful  too]
 or
 A  lovely  Tanganyikan  Setup!
 or
 A  low  lighting  planted  pond!
 or
 A  well  lit  [read  MH]  planted  pond,  with  the  works!
 or
 A  marine  pond[I  know  a  person  who  breeds  percula  clowns  and  maroon  clowns  by  the  hundreds,  in  ponds  half  this  size!
 Or
 the  list  goes  on!!!!!
 
 The  possibilities  are  endless!  Up  to  you...  Let  us  know  whoch  option  fascinates  you,  and  we  will  all  help  you  with  tons  of  ideas.
 
 For  the  filtration  part,  take  a  look  at  OASE  products!  They  have  some  amazing  filters  for  ponds!
 
 Take  a  look  at  this:
 
 http://www.macarthurwatergardens.com/oase/oase-aggregate-filters.shtml
 
 Let  me  know  if  you  need  an  OASE  filter,  will  check  if  I  can  source  it  for  you.
 
 HTH!
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you  could  end  up  with  just  one  fat  happy  turtle.                

   Chuckle  yeah  I  know!
 
 
                                                 
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For  the  filtration  part,  take  a  look  at  OASE  products!  They  have  some  amazing  filters  for  ponds!                
 
 Actually  Nytyn,  there  is  already  a  filter  assembly  (like  the  ones  for  swimming  pools)  in  the  basement  of  the  building  -  let  me  tell  you  that  the  pond  is  on  the  first  floor  and  the  filter  is  in  the  basement  so  the  water  pressure  is  immense  and  a  normal  filter  will  definately  spring  a  leak!  -  I  decided  to  just  change  the  filter  media  and  use  the  same  filter  for  the  present  moment  the  idea  is  koi  and  some  barbs  (fish  decided)
 I'm  interested  in  knowing  what  marginal  plants  can  be  used?  and  should  I  pot  the  plants  or  use  a  substrate  (which  will  be  very  hard  to  maintain)
 I  can  even  use  metal  halides  if  necessary
 
 
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