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When selecting live plants for the aquarium, have a real floating plant like water sprite or hornwort in the collection you plant. These plants hide new born babies (fry), the fish will be encouraged to breed and baby fish (aka fry) grow will be more likely to grow up in your tank. This is a great experience for children, and something to think about for adding interest in a community aquarium.

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There are three common types of saltwater aquarium setups. The Fish Only, the Fish Only with Live Rock (FOWLR) and a reef tank. I really just consider two of those as viable setups. The fish only set up is really kind of difficult in terms of biological control of the filter and (in my opinion) makes it harder to keep a saltwater tank without live rock. Live rock is awesome and will become the primary biological filter in your tank. FOWLR tanks are the way to go for someone new to the saltwater side of the hobby. Reef tanks require a little more precision and can be much more expensive to set up and stock because they require more equipment and more expensive livestock usually.

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Which one of these fish and aquarium live wallpapers do you like best? You can download Aquarium Live Wallpaper by Kitteface Software from the Google Play Store for free. If you want even more settings, you can purchase Aquarium Donation to be able to select up to a dozen fish, customize plants, and change tank toys.

Healthy beautiful tropical fish aquarium tank with live plants

These are my two daphnia cultures. I bought a little plastic bag with daphnia at my local aquarium shop. This is how you make your DIY live fish food. Daphnia is also supposed to be really great food for most aquarium fish - i know my fish love them and love catching them.
1: Find a flat container - the bigger the more daphnia you can keep. Needs to be flat - with low water to make gas exchange better (give oxygene to your daphnia).
2: I had some oyster shell from my barn (i hold chickens that love to eat this every now and then). I put about an inch (2-3 cm) of oyster shell. These help keep ph value high. You can probably use any shells you can find on the beach - or chalk..ish stones or gravel..
3: Fill up with tap water and keep under flourscent lights or in a window seal. No need for heat as they like any room temperature comfortable for you and even colder.
4: Let this mature. You could make this mature faster by adding infusoria water. It took me some weeks before the daphnia started to thrive... actually they started to thrive when the algae started so they might like that.
5: You can add some snails that will eat what leftovers fall to the bottom.
6: Add some daphnia. I feed mine with very finely crushed 30% spirulina fish food and they seem to like that and are really healthy growing right now... maybe exploding.
7: I harvest around 1/3 of the grown ups every other day - using a small net or artemia siff with big enough holes to leave the smaller daphnia to grow up and reproduce untill big enough to get caught. I catch the smaller sizes too when i have fry or for my soon to come triops ;)

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The Porto Pim Aquarium - Live Fish Station includes a central tank and two other sets of tanks, with the most common coastal species of the Azores, an exhibition about the Azores Marine Park and a film about the deep sea of the continental platform contiguous to the archipelago.Freshwater aquariums usually include plants. Most tropical fish come from river and lake environments where plants are plentiful, so it only makes sense. Whether live or artificial, plants offer a place for fish to hide and feel secure. They’ll also make your fish tank look much nicer, and can create a realistic natural habitat for the inhabitants of your aquarium.