Upon reading all the praises that the Cory species receive from the people on The Tropical Fish Tank Forums, and having some space in the tank for new stock I decided to do some research on the Panda Corydoras. It wasn’t long before I decided I wanted the Panda Species! They are smaller than most … Continue reading Introducing my new Panda Corydoras
Tuesday 3.11.15 Now that my tank doesn’t contain a large Fluval U2 submersible filter (as I bought a new external canister filter) and neither any Bristle Nose catfish it’s time for a rescape. I realised I can change the layout quite a bit. Originally having a large piece of bog wood, and now a large gap … Continue reading Rescape of Kieran’s 64L and Panda Corys
A new ‘just for pets’ opened up and I had to go have a look at the fish section. Listening to the advice of the shop keepers is a bit upsetting, the bloke telling someone to leave the tank for 3-5 days before adding fish. But everything is brand new and they have some lovely … Continue reading A new ‘just for pets’ opened up
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!
So my RC has yellow eggs under her belly, and we’re all looking at it. Just then noticing there are loads of White Cloud Mountain Minnow babies swimming around the top of the tank. It’s a coincidence the shrimp has eggs and the wcmm have had babies. I’m so shocked I don’t know where to look … Continue reading White Cloud Mountain Minnow Fish Fry
Running a Sub Tropical Aquarium, 64 Litres with 7 WCMM, 2 Bristle Nose and a few Red Cherry Shrimp. Water temp is 20-25(in summer). I started out with two goldfish in one of those tiny glass bowls. Thinking they’ve got it pretty sweet. I knew nothing about fish or filters or anything at all, but … Continue reading Kieran’s 64L Sub Tropical Aquarium