Beschreibung des Aquariums
Sand with gravel and small rocks
Keine Pflanzen because it is representing a more deeper part of the lake where plants do not grow (not enough light).
- Aquadecor back, - and sidewalls
- Same colour as the rocks
- Ardenner grey rock.
1 Kitelight LED strip
- 13 watt at 100%, set at max 80%.
- Sunrise and sunset
- With bioballs to reduce sound and add oxygen
- 120x60x40cm for biological filtration
- Japanese matala mats
- Lava rock
- oyster shell for higher kH/gH
- Kinshi 8000 l/h pump
- For mechanic filtration
- Aqua Medic 300 watt titanium heater
Cyphotilapia gibberosa "Mikula"
- Started with 16 young F1 animals (4-6cm)
- Selected 8 females when the grew up and added a WF male to the group
Altolamprologus compressiceps Gold Head "Mutondwe"
- Wild Caught couple
- 1 male / 1 female
Synodontis polli white Zambia
- 10 (male/female ratio unknown)
- 2 (male/female ratio unknown)
- Mastacembelus is a risk with gibberosa but my gibberosa were too small to eat the eels.
- Now they have grown up they still don't attack or eat the eels.
- This aquarium was too small for both these agressive shelldwellers and gibberosa
- The gibberosa did NOT eat the similis but:
- When the gibberosa were small they got attacked by the similis too much.
- When the gibberosa grew up it was the other way around. Especially around feeding time they would throw over the shells to get the food that was under them.
Tap water from the Netherlands is very well suited for Tanganyika so I don't have to prepare any water.
- Mussel meat
- Naturefood Premium Cichlid M / Premium Color Plus M