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Freshwater from Andover

Danios Tank

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Active within 1695 Days

Name: Echo41

Size/Category 30-Gallon Freshwater

Type: Glass

Shape: Standard

List of Fish:
2 - White Cloud
1 - Siamese Fighting Fish
5 - Neon Danios

Lighting: Standard incandescent

Filtration: Aqueon QuietFlow 30

Invertebrates: None

Other Accessories: Heater

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08/23/2013 10:46.45 AM
You have a really nice looking tank. I hope things are getting better with your tank.
Here's a vote.

Come visit me, Just Gettin' Started.

02/10/2012 12:14.07 AM Report This Comment
Try plants,maybe.Left a vote.

Come visit me, Fish Tank TC.

02/09/2012 11:28.49 AM Report This Comment
Great looking tank. The problem with the ammonia sounds like the tank hasn't cycled yet. The only way to get rid of the ammonia is through the bacteria that converts it to nitrites (and then further to nitrates). If you have no nitrites, there is no biological filtration happening. Stop cleaning it so the bacteria can grow! (And I know that just doesn't sound right, but it is.)

I hope it gets going well, because it is a real eye-catching tank. Good luck! Here's another vote for you.

Come visit me, PectorAL.

02/07/2012 05:55.57 AM Report This Comment
Still new at this
I had perfect no ammonia in my tank the first three weeks then I changed the filter and did a 25% water change and my water went cloudy and my ammonia shot up to 8.0 ppm. I've done 25% water changes every other day for the last week and still can't get the ammonia to go away. The ph is at 6.4 which is probably why my fish are still alive. There is no nitrate or nitrite in the water. I'm using a test kit with tubes and drops and not strips so I know the testing is accurate. I'm testing every other day and keeping a log of everything. Why can't I get the ammonia down?? I'm at a loss right now. I use bottled water and I put "ProperPh" in the water to kill any possible chlorine in the water before I put the water in the tank. My tank is almost clear now but the ammonia is still sky high! Damn this is frustrating.

Come visit me, Echo41.

02/05/2012 10:10.44 AM Report This Comment

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