3gallon Buce Tank - Now With Buces!
So I'm starting to set up my dedicated Bucephalandra tank.
I've got a 3gallon Zen Series tank from CAD Lights, I must say I am impressed with the clarity of their glass.
I don't want any livestock in this tank, except for maybe some type of snails to help keep things clean.
It will have pressurized CO2 and be dosed with modified EI Dosing in order to ensure the Buces have the best chance to grow well. Currently have a Finnex Stingray but I am considering getting a Planted+ Clip Light, well see how they do with only the Stingray. (The light you see in the pics is my betta's Fugeray not the Stingray)
No filter planned, but I do have a tiny Hydor pump to circulate the water and keep a flow going over the Buces.
The Buces are currently in my Betta tank and my 30 gallon but I am planning on getting this planted this week. I'm still unsure about the hardscape however so I thought I'd start a journal and see what others think. The largest stones contain amethyst and will be purple-er once wet, the others are striated granite with shiny slivers of mica. The substrate is Tahitian Moon black sand.
Any tips or suggestions are highly welcome!
Last edited by hollo; 04-08-2016 at 01:42 AM.