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|10-16-2016 07:39 AM|
Originally Posted by proper.noun View Post
|10-16-2016 02:53 AM|
Originally Posted by lasttycoon View Post
Have you received your Spec yet? The upgraded light that comes with the newest version of the Spec's is pretty powerful and you may not need to buy a Finnex.
2 days ago someone posted pictures of their Spec tank, it's upgraded light had grown out a full carpet of dwarf hair grass in 5 weeks without injecting co2. I've seen the new light in person as well and I think it's really bright.
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|10-13-2016 08:40 PM|
Setting up a spec v for an office tank. Is everyone still recommending the Finnex light? I'm hoping to do low tech medium light tank but want to keep the cost down.
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|09-16-2016 08:24 PM|
|SpecV||Here is my Spec V. I have had it running about a month its my first try at a nano tank and planted. I have a finnex planted + 20" light bar, fluval c02 system and 3 stage filter intake. If someone who knows plants could identify the 3 foreground plants I would appreciate it I threw away the plant package names for some dumb reason I cant remember what they are. The plant on the left I thought was supposed to stay small it was the size of the middle plant when everything was added its shooting up fast, I don't think this is a foreground plant I envisioned. I have a betta, 5 neon tetras and 4 ghost shrimp. Tank is cloudy in this picture from water clarifier after stirring up the Amazonian substrate Any feedback comments/advice would be appreciated.|
|09-16-2016 06:09 PM|
Originally Posted by geealexg View Post
|09-12-2016 10:52 PM|
I know that they can't cause any harm, but I am curious to know if this affects all Fluval Specs? But sometimes Planarias can appear also.. it happened with me in the first setup. and they can be harmful..
I have had tanks all my life and never faced any problems with detritus worms, I just don't like to see them climbing my tank... and by the research that I have been doing it's quite common on Spec 3.. Probably due to bad filtration.. My Spec 3 has a betta, and I had to reduce the flow with a Fluval Sponge Pre Filter in the exit of the Pump. It made things worse.. I am trying to figure out a way to improve filtration without affect my Betta..
Originally Posted by zenquarium View Post
Is your fluval spec 3 full stock? How are you controlling the water flow for your betta? Have you had detritus showing up?
|09-12-2016 08:41 PM|
Originally Posted by Bigwolf View Post
|09-12-2016 07:04 PM|
How many of you here have had problems with detritus worms on spec setups?
|09-10-2016 02:43 PM|
A recent re-do
|08-31-2016 07:35 PM|
Hoping some of the stauro sproutlets start growing or I will trim and replant next WC
|08-17-2016 09:13 PM|
Originally Posted by pigpak View Post
|08-17-2016 08:54 PM|
I recently set up this spec V with the critters and plants from a neglected spec II. The betta fish is a new addition and I was going to keep this a shrimp only tank, but this guy was just so pretty and there so much swimming space that the shrimps don't use! The plants are still a little sad from being neglected for months in the last tank. It was pretty much entirely overrun by the flame moss. Excited to see this tank settle.
I might eventually upgrade to the planted+ 24/7, mostly because of the features, I'm sure the stock light will be bright enough.
|07-10-2016 06:15 PM|
10 days planted Spec V. Low tech
|07-06-2016 10:33 PM|
Hey guys! I just got a fluval spec and want to upgrade the lighting. I'm thinking diy co2 and growing a Monte Carlo or DHG carpet.
So the problem is, I have a AquaticLife t5 HO light fixture, it's bulbs are 18" and one is a 6000K 18W bulb and the other is a 18W roseate bulb. 36W would be a lot for a 5.6g, so I was thinking of having shorter lighting periods. What do you all think? Thanks.
|04-13-2016 02:55 AM|
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