Not my last one ever! my last one in this tank, until.. I upgrade! I’m writing this a few days after the re-scape. So when Im talking about the new upgraded tank, I actually don’t have any of my tank parts yet, including the actual tank. It’s more of a plan, that i’m 100% confident will … Continue reading Last rescape of my 64 litre aquarium
I don’t have anything decent to record with, so in the past iv’e used my phone. However my new iPhone 7 isn’t all that bad. See below a video I made, recording my Ember Tetras after I did my last re-scape in my 64 litre aquarium.
After ripping out the whole left side of my aquarium plants to re-plant with off-cuttings I have taken another photo just 2 months later to record the plant progression. It’s pretty much grown in. However I left the curtains open a couple of times when the sun was out in the summer, so there is … Continue reading Plant progression after 2 months update
Before I ripped out all the plants in the left side of the tank and replanted the off cuttings. They looked firmly in place and had taken root. So I then decided to do the same to the right hand side. An aquarium rescape is a tough decision, to rip apart the tank, but it’s definitely … Continue reading Doing a huge aquarium rescape
When cleaning out my main tank (64 Litres) I took the lid off so I could get into it, and noticed how nice it would be if it was a rimless aquarium. See previous post for more detail A few days later I pulled out the big piece of driftwood that was shaped like a tree, … Continue reading More photos of my new rimless aquarium & rescape
As my filtration is pretty overkill I thought id add some more fish to the tank to liven it up a bit. Small, colourful fish. Ember Tetras grow to a maximum 2cm, and they’re bright orange. Another great thing is that they are mid level swimmers. With my White Cloud Mountain Minnows (WCMM) being literal … Continue reading My new Ember Tetras!
When recently taking the big plastic lid off my aquarium I realised how nice, and modern the tank looked without it, as a rimless aquarium. It is a kind of old-fashioned tank design, having those big plastic hoods with the built in lights that come with an aquarium. However, removing the lid meant no light … Continue reading Making my aqaurium, rimless, with a cheap LED lighting unit
I’m going to have to stop going into that fish shop I think, I can’t leave without buying something. Popped in, got an amazing piece of Driftwood, that’s shaped like a big Tree, with lots of twisting branches, and some real nice, lush green leafed plants to dot around it. I bought these to replace … Continue reading More Driftwood and more Plants, Preperation (Part 1 of 2)
Once a week I like to feed frozen blood worms to all my fish. Frozen blood worms are seen as a treat, as most fish love them. I also think it offers the fish a variety in taste and texture as well as a variety in nutrition. Frozen blood worms can be purchased for cheap … Continue reading Feeding Frozen Blood Worms
Bought some more plants from my local fish store today, for my main tank, and thought I’d show some plant progress. After looking at my Shrimp tank and how much of a forest it is, my main tank looked a bit bare. So I bought a few more plants that should really pack the tank … Continue reading Plant progress and new plants in the main tank