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Siamese algae eaters (Crossocheilus siamensis) 
will eat black beard algae and other plant material

  Aquatic & Aquarium Tips
Pruning and Planting -
All plants
are not trimmed the same way, depending on the
type of plant, liverwort (and moss), fern, stem or rosette.
Liverworts, such as Riccia fluitans or Monosolenium tenerum (erroneously called “Pellia”)
are trimmed by separating a portion of the mass by pulling
or snipping.

 

Tiny Foods for Small
Fish Fry

Once fish eggs have hatched, you’ve only just begun
the


journey to breeding fish and raising their young. Cultured live foods for fry include vinegar eels, micro-worms, baby brine shrimp and infusoria--green water zooplankton

Aquatic & Aquarium Tips
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Q:
My problem is that the water becomes murky and overloaded with algae. How can I control the algae?
I have a cement-lined pond 10 by 5 feet wide and 3 feet deep. I am using rain water with a pH of about 7. My pond contains six Koi fishes about 2 ft in length.

One important tip for maintaining helpful bacteria in
an aquarium is not to turn the filter off, except for maintenance, especially with a canister filter. Helpful bacteria require oxygen.

 
 

Algae-eater catfish Loricaridae suckermouth catfish: Peckoltia ucayalensis (look similer to Ancistrus temminckii)


Don’t Destroy Helpful Bacteria - The reason for this is because the nitrosomonas and nitrobacter are the domineering bacteria populations in the biological filter.

If a dirty canister is turned off, the helpful bacteria
will use up the oxygen and die. Because the filter is closed off from air, nitrifying bacteria will be replaced
by anaerobic denitrifying bacteria, which do not need oxygen to break down waste.

Biozyme-F50 consists of a unique blend of 12 types micro-organisms and 8 types of enzymes which are produce in a special process that have a shelf life of 30 months without losing its effectiveness, not-pathogenic and environmentally friendly.

Biozyme-F50 and Biozyme-F100 also Biodegrades left over foods and faeces, Removes Sludge, Removes Green Water, Removes and control filamentous algae, Maintains stable pH, Removes ammonia, nitrites, nitrates, phosphates, hydrogen sulfide, sludge and other toxic biological by-products for Healthier fishes and invertebrates.

 
 
 
In the aquarium, the best examples of helpful, necessary
microorganisms are the nitrifying bacteria. They break down the ammonia our fish excrete as waste in a process known as biofiltration...
Aquatic & Aquarium Tips

The build up of these organic toxins as nitrated, B.O.D., phosphates, sludge and others not so easily biodegradable by-products will even be present in an efficient biological filter even though ammonia and nitrites will be consumed.

The reason for this is because the nitrosomonas and nitrobacter are the domineering bacteria populations in the biological filter and they caused the other essential bacteria's to under populate.

These essential slow growing bacteria has to be replenished regularly otherwise the biological toxins will build up even through the water looks clear but clear water does not mean clean water.

   

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