|01-24-2011, 11:54 PM||#1|
Our Living Artwork Journal - Planted Discuss Aquarium
Warm greetings to everyone in this -30 degrees wind chills!
We just want to share with you the progress of our winter garden - in short, our Planted Discus Aquarium - all comments and suggestions are welcome:
A month ago, it look like this:
|01-25-2011, 12:11 AM||#2|
January 24, 2011
My daughter bought a juvenile Turquoise Gold Discus yesterday from Cam's Aquarium in Mississauga. Now we have a total of 5 juvenile discus. I think that's enough for a 67 gallon tank. What do you think?
Here is the latest video of our aquarium:
3 Months Old Planted Aquarium as of January 24, 2011
48 X 18 X 18 inches
67.32 U.S. Gallons
5 Juvenile Discus
3 Rummy Nose Tetras
2 Brazilian Flounders
15 Amano Shrimps
10 Ghost Shrimps
5 Cherry Red Shrimps
20 Harlequin Rasboras
Dwarf Hair Grass
Red Tiger Lotus
Indian Red Sword
Brazilian Micro Sword
3 Fortune Bamboos
Modified Light Strip from Home Depot (32 Watts)
2 x 30 inches Lightning Rod T6 Superlux High Lumen Lamp (25 watts)
(One Dual Day Actinic and one Ultimate Reptile Lamp - $1 from Big Als - What a Great find!!)
RENA Filstar XP2 Cannister (for 75 Gallons)
Classic Whisper Power Filter (for 60 Gallons)
Rio 600 Internal Powerhead / Filter
2 Sponge Filters
I am a firm believer in over filtration
DIY (Sugar + Yeast in a 2 Liter POP Bottle using my XP2 Cannister filter as the diffuser)
Tropica Plant Nutrition+ capsules
Red Sea Flora Gro+ (Liquid Fertilizer)
Red Sea Flora Dose Mineral Tablets
Kent Botanica Vita (Liquid Fertilizer)
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|01-25-2011, 12:36 AM||#4|
|01-25-2011, 01:04 PM||#5|
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Feedback Score: (7)
Van Beeks is a good place, lots of garden supplies and nice rock you can scoop for your scapes.
I know the daughter of the owner personally, great people !
Your tank is coming a long nicely. You may be able to fit a couple more discus in there if you keep up with your waterchanges nicely.
GO LEAFS GO! I BELEAF!
|01-25-2011, 10:41 PM||#9|
Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Milton Ontario
Feedback Score: (25)
Wow finally get to see this tank. Look great man! Be warned, those RCS could be a tasty snacks for discus. I know you got some empty tanks around, you have those sponge filters ready, time to fire up another tank and setup a shrimp farm my brother.
|01-25-2011, 11:02 PM||#10|
I bought it at home depot as flourescent cover.
Personally, I didn't really like to see heaters and filter tubes in the background of any aquarium - I like the natural look, then I got an idea of using the "egg crate" to cover the filters and Filter tubes and will also serve as hiding place (a cave) for our shy discus and riccia and taiwan moss wall. The riccia has not totally cover the egg crate yet that's why it's showing...I may need more riccia to speed up the process.
Last edited by JAM; 01-25-2011 at 11:43 PM..
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