Aquascaping may be a form of art in which imagination and creativity play an essential role, but mastering the backbone of this process is elementary if you want to be successful. Measure is very important in nature, and aquascaping makes no exception. You want your tank to not only please your eye, but make it […]
Everything starts with a good plan. And I mean that literally. Think carefully about the result that you want to achieve. Your aquarium wood must fit in your tank and merge with the other hardscape and the inhabitants of your aquarium. Make sure that the ratio of plants to wood, but also wood to swimming […]
The world of aquatic life is extremely lively, the aquarium with the meaning of bringing nature into the house, has attracted many players and all ages.
Aquascaping is one of the dark arts of fishkeeping. Very few books talk about the subject at all, and what information is published is based around the ‘Nature Aquarium’ theme popularised by Japanese aquarist Takashi Amano. While his approach can work incredibly well,
Driftwood is the core of the hardest tree remaining after dead or tree roots under long-standing streams.
One of the most enjoyable times for the new hobbyist is watching the flurry of activity in the aquarium after that pinch or two of fish food hits the surface. Sometimes we’re tempted to repeat the show 2-3 times a day, which is fine if your fish consume all the food within a couple minutes.
The plants filter the water and collect some particulate matter as well as absorbing the carbon dioxide released by your aquatic inhabitants.