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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-13-2016, 06:35 PM Thread Starter
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Hello people reading this journal, I am currently working on a huge forest deep sea intricate underwater tank. At the moment I have one huge log in my tank a few trees, I am currently also working on getting more fish for my tank. My ammonia level is at normal level, and I currently just added a little phosphate for my plants which is a necessity for a forest. I also recently cleaned my tank and I am using black diamond blasting sand(my favorite). I hope in the future my dream tank will come to life, but in order to get that dream tank. I have to do a lot of work.


Some plants I am trying to get are sagittarias subulata, ludwigia repens, amazon sword, dwarf water lettuce, water sprites, java jern maybe a little more. Also the fish I want are glowlight tetra, Guppies, and Zebra Danios. Also I am planning to get some riparium plants in the corner of my tank, a nice clean waterfall to give my tank more of a forest theme. I could also use some flat landscape and more rocks. Overall I am determined to get my tank on the right track to being a beautiful forest looking tank. The equipment of my tank is a T8 light that is 18 inches above my black diamond blasting sand, and an Aqueon Quietflow 10 filter.

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Thank you for the nice variety of plants, much appreciated. @Maryland Guppy
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I like your trees. Zebra Danios are a good fish to pick, but they will make lots of babies too. They are not very expensive either, which makes it easier to buy them at the pet store.
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Unless you remove they parents from the tank they will eat most if not all eggs and larvae.
I would also let them do just that, I have found it impossible over many attempts to raise the fry without defects indoors.
It is horrible euthanizing a bucket full of fish at a time.
They do fine outdoors luckily.

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