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Aquarium Algae: Types, Causes and Removal

Commonly, aquarium algae appear in most aquariums at one point. It has types as Hair algae, Thread Algae, Green Spot algae, Green Dust Algae, etc.

Setting Up A new Dirted Plant Tank Episode 3: Improvement, Change and Eggs

The system continued to cycling with the same conditions but later I realized that the filter capacity is not sufficient for the volume of the tank and the flow rate is very low for the tank to cycle and create a proper current in the tank. So I bought a new external filter(Lifetech-838) with 1200 liters of pumping capacity per…

Shrimp Diseases and Treatment

Shrimp diseases are the primary cause of shrimp deaths while breeding and keeping shrimps. Thus, it is substantial to know how to treat shrimps when necessary. But, before diving into the disease types it is significant to tell more about shrimps.

Setting Up A new Dirted Plant Tank Episode 4: Fertilization, Algae Bloom, More Improvement

During the period after previous episode, I observed that the plants started to show starving symptoms without any serious algae problem. So I realized it is the time for fertilizing. I bought N, P, K, Fe and micro element fertilizers from a previously known person who is preparing DIY liquid fertilizers. I read before many good feed backs about the…

Grindal Worms Culture and Complete Guide

Grindal worms (Enchytraeus buchholzi) are one of the best live food sources for feeding aquarium fish. It is too easy to culture these worms in large quantities

Setting Up A new Dirted Plant Tank Episode 2: High Temperature Kills

In this period of time i had an unexpected problem with high temperature. So in this post i will tell the story about this issue. After getting rid of the green water problem but not all the other kind of algae and cycled the tank for a few more days, I added one Crossocheilus Siamensis (siamese algae eater - sae)…

Continuous Culture of Daphnia Magna

What is Daphnia Magna? Daphnia Magna lives in freshwater. They are cladoceran crustaceans and their common name is “water fleas.” They are tiny and hop in the water while they move. Thus, they get the name water flea. Daphnias are available almost all over the world and are famous for their two types Magna and Moina. The body of Daphnia…
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Chris

Hey Dntaqua, your pages are incredible and full of good info. Thank you.