Dunno... I just do weekly water changes. In that tank all there is as far as filtrations in two hydro-pond sponge filters. (No carbon or anything special) Perhaps the water is just cleaner in the USA. j/kAussie_cichlid said:wow, how can u two ( the ones posted pic) get the water looking so so crisp and clean?
its really starting to annoy me that i cant get my tnak looking that clean
I had no idea. I'm sorry I can't even imagine. My best wishes to you!Aussie_cichlid said:lol thats probably true, that and we are limited due to drought here in brisbane, we arent allowed to use over 140 litres per person , and max 600 litres per house hold or u get big big fines...
not alowwed to use a hose, wash cars or water plants (unles with a buckey)
makes the weekly water changes on my 3 tanks a very angry family day
Alpha male Frontosa in Lake Tanganyika will seek out a cave, claim it, dominate it and attract their harem. Frontosa bank in an aquarium is an attempt by some Cypho keepers to help recreate that atmosphere. The person who I purchased my Wild Caught Kapampa from does this with all of his adult colonies and is an extremely successful breeder.flashg said:What is a frontosa bank? :lol: I want to go for a more natural look so I will have to pass on the PVC fittings. (SHow tank) I do have a few pvc elbow in with some shell dwellers though. :wink: