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Old 04-18-2017, 02:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My name is Eldin. I'm in the aquarium hoby over three years. I had 4-5 small nano aquarium. This is a 45-liter, 11 months old. Basically I have plants that are available in my environment, low and high. Adding fluent nutrition and co2. I had some problems with algae, due to the unstable system, when a fault co2 and lighting part. Now I can not get rid of black algae from eleocharis, I cut them all, but still is there ... There is in small quantities, but it bothers me.

The fish that are in there:
10x Micro Razbora sp. Galaxy
5x Coridoras Juli
3x Ramirez Gold
3x Ramirez Microgeopagos
3x Ramirez Electric Blue
1x Crossocheilus oblongus
1x Aymonier Gold
1x Ancistrus sp.
1x Ancistrus LDA16

2x CPO Crabe
2x Amano Shrimp
3x Helena Sinail
10x Red and Rill Shrimp

There are some photos after yesterday cutting. I have older pictures, if you are interest in it...

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Old 04-18-2017, 03:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Very pretty. But in 45 litters... how is the aggression of that many rams? That seems a bit tight. Very interested in the results though.
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I didn't know GBR's and corys prefer the same environments? GBR's generally like a temp of 78 I hear and corys like for a fact; 72 to seventy five?... Same with the CPD's. And I do agree with the above commenter about the rams; 20 gallon tank I heard before was a minimum. which I believe is around 75ltrs?
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Very pretty. But in 45 litters... how is the aggression of that many rams? That seems a bit tight. Very interested in the results though.
First, sory for bad English.

Yes I know that is a bit thick, but, that's all good works, in addition to problems with algae, but it is because of problems with technique. I agree that many variations Ramirez can cause trouble, but I have them together since they were babies, perhaps becauseof that, all good works. These are fantastic fish.

2 months ago, I added 10 Micro Razbora sp Galaxy, I thought it would be a problem with them, but, they are good frends. I have some video clips, so I set up in the next post ...

Aquarijum is approximately 15gal

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I didn't know GBR's and corys prefer the same environments? GBR's generally like a temp of 78 I hear and corys like for a fact; 72 to seventy five?... Same with the CPD's. And I do agree with the above commenter about the rams; 20 gallon tank I heard before was a minimum. which I believe is around 75ltrs?
I read a lot of the requirements of the fish, though they all have approximate needs. It would be better that the aquarium bigger, but ...

Coridoras Juli were even 5 times tried to spawn, unfortunately unsuccessfully, in a common aquarium it is simply impossible...

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Here are some links joutube, if you may be able to open:

https://youtu.be/dPpjwRuXUjo

https://youtu.be/fJFL0hobEr8

https://youtu.be/6wlX4TN5DOg

https://youtu.be/_gr3lERUFUg

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I would get rid of all but 2 of those rams if not one or so.
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First, sory for bad English.

Yes I know that is a bit thick, but, that's all good works, in addition to problems with algae, but it is because of problems with technique. I agree that many variations Ramirez can cause trouble, but I have them together since they were babies, perhaps becauseof that, all good works. These are fantastic fish.

2 months ago, I added 10 Micro Razbora sp Galaxy, I thought it would be a problem with them, but, they are good frends. I have some video clips, so I set up in the next post ...

Aquarijum is approximately 15gal

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That combination early is probably why you have had luck. It is surprising though. How old are they? How long were they when you got them?

By the way, 45 liters is just under 12 gallons
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That combination early is probably why you have had luck. It is surprising though. How old are they? How long were they when you got them?

By the way, 45 liters is just under 12 gallons
European measures, yes, you're right, 12 gallons. I do not know exactly how old they were, but they were really small. With me are about 9 months. before I have 12 Ramirez, 3 have jumped out of the tank. More jumped 2 Siyamsis Algar and 7 Amano shrimp. It is possible to have luck. I have a good filter, 520l/h working at max, exchange water 30% every 7 days. The parameters of the water are:
NOł 50
NO˛ 0
GH 15
KH 10-15
pH 7,5
TDS 200-300

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European measures, yes, you're right, 12 gallons. I do not know exactly how old they were, but they were really small. With me are about 9 months. before I have 12 Ramirez, 3 have jumped out of the tank. More jumped 2 Siyamsis Algar and 7 Amano shrimp. It is possible to have luck. I have a good filter, 520l/h working at max, exchange water 30% every 7 days. The parameters of the water are:
NOł 50
NO˛ 0
GH 15
KH 10-15
pH 7,5
TDS 200-300

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You need a lid

This is gonna sound weird... but those numbers are massively off from what I would aim for to raise Rams. Honestly, you are over stocked. But it is a gorgeous tank.
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