Successful tank transition

January 9, 2009 at 10:36 pm 1 comment

As the cycling process is complete, I have gradually moved all my fish (with the exception of fry) into the new Fluval tank. My main motivation for setting up a larger tank was to give my fish a better quality of life than they were getting in the smaller tanks. I’m certain this has been achieved! It has been so rewarding watching the fish enjoying the extra space and exploring a variety of aquatic plants.

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Setting up the Fluval Roma 200 aquarium with Fluval 205 external filter Eheim Automatic Gravel Cleaner

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  • 1. AquaDaily  |  January 15, 2009 at 1:47 am

    I don’t care how long someone has been in the hobby, if you don’t like the site of sparkling new tank like that then something is wrong. Gorgeous and full of potential!

    Personal tip — I’d consider a few floating plants while the plant load below is so low. Something like Amazon frogbit which you can easily yank/control once the stem plants are established.

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