The kitchen Shrimp tank was hardly doing anything, as beautiful as it is. So iv moved it next to my main tank and my Shrimp Vase so I can show it some love. The 6 RC Shrimp in there hardly move or come out to play, so iv decided I’m going to add a Nano … Continue reading Adding a Nano heater to my 12 Litre Shrimp Tank
This is a second Tamron lens that Iv bought now. The other lens was 70-300mm and as it was labeled ‘macro’ I bought it, turns out it wasn’t right for what I wanted it for. I wanted a proper macro lens for taking close ups of the fish and shrimp. I had a lengthy conversation with … Continue reading 90mm Tamron Macro Lens for my Canon
Edit: This lens wasn’t the right type for what I wanted it for, after much research I bought a new lens. A ‘true’ Macro. View post. Recently my Red Cherry Shrimp have had a load of babies! I grabbed the camera and tried taking a few pictures with my Canon using the standard 18-55mm lens. I got … Continue reading New Tamron 70-300mm macro lens for my Canon
So this is the first time I have ever even considered using fertiliser. Mainly because I know that Shrimp are very sensitive to chemicals, especially certain elements in fertilisers. However, after purchasing more plants, and setting up my Shrimp only tank that’s packed full of plants, I can’t really afford to loose them, especially in … Continue reading V30 complete Basic Shrimp Safe Fertiliser
While my Nano Shrimp Tank is maturing, I had my dad build me a makeshift hood, so I could attach my lighting unit to the top. Although the light is suitable, it’s cheap, and lets the visual aspect of the tank down. The lid is made from solid aluminium, with black gloss paint on the … Continue reading DIY light housing unit for my Nano Shrimp Tank
After switching to an external canister filter, and having a new bloom of fish fry swimming about the tank, I was immediately concerned with the possibility that small fish and new fry could get sucked into the filter, via the intake tube, and inside my filter. Especially when you cant figure out why you’re not getting any baby shrimp. I … Continue reading Preventing your fish from getting sucked into the filter
The purpose of the Interpet LED Blue Moon Lighting System is to provide a subtle blue moonlight to your tank, I didn’t want my main tank light on for over 12 hours but I still wanted to be able to see my fish, late at night. I couldn’t get a very good photo under the … Continue reading Interpet LED Blue Moon light
What a nightmare! It’s took me about 4 hours to set up my Fluval 206 Canister filter. It’s not down to the filter though of course. The Fluval 206 canister filter is working fantastic. The problem is I still live at home with the parents. I have a large bedroom but everything’s in the way and … Continue reading Just set up my Fluval 206 on my 64L tank!