BeastMaster 5 gal - Your Tanks
User BeastMaster
Size 5 gal
Date Started Nov 2012
Lighting natural sunlight
Equipment none
CO2 none
Substrate ADA new Amazonia normal/Fluval Stratum/aquarium gravel mixed, ADA new Amazonia powder
Parameters water exchanges after periods of rain, water added for evaporation make-up
Fertilization none
Plants Hemianthus glomeratus, Echinodorus tenellus, Microsorum pteropus "Trident" plantlets attached to driftwood pieces, Lemna minor floating
Inhabitants trio (1M/2F) A. agassizi "Double red" (6) Elassoma okefenokee, few Neocardina denticulata-wild, fancy guppy fry
Comments vintage Pemco SS frame, original glass
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tom morris
Algae Grower
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How do you enjoy looking at this, what are we viewing. It appears to be dirty as far as I am concerned. Are you sure fishes are alive, if so where are they.
Darth Rymliss
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Hi Tom, thanks for your comment. This is a completely natural tank, no equipment (filters, CO2, artifical lighting), just plants in an aquarium soil substrate in a small tank getting outdoor sunlight. The first pic was taken with suspended algae. I have updated the pic after a week of daphnia addition for the fish. I also did a slight water change after a period of rain causing the tank water level to reach the lip. This is an experiment to see the difference in plant growth exposed to artifical light (my other 3 tanks) & natural sunlight. All the fish and invertebrates in this outdoor tank are doing extremely well and the tank equlibrium is slowly coming in line.
Planted Tank Obsessed
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Interesting experiment... Will be curious to see how this develops.
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