• All You Need To Know About Keeping Fishes In An Aquarium

    If you are about to set up the first aquarium or there is something you really need to know as you already have an aquarium. Give this article a read. This article gives you the 6 tips that you need to know prior to keeping fishes.

    1.Arrangement

    It is important to know some points before keeping fishes in an aquarium. Among all, the most important thing to be noted is that where to place the aquarium. The aquarium should be placed away from direct sunlight (to avoid algae) and moderate temperature.

    Do not buy aquarium and fishes at the same time! there is a need to properly investigate and know the details about the fishes you wish to buy. Among the details, you gather there should be information about the sizes of fishes, what temperature they can survive? can they live with other fishes in an aquarium? and what is their diet?

    2. Their Adjustment to Temperature

    Now, this step is the most important for fishes. Unzip the bag and put it in the side of the aquarium for 20 mins. The fishes, in this step, are still inside the bag. The reason to carry out this step is to make the fishes adapt to the temperature.

    3. Adjust them to Water

    Keeping the fishes still in the bag put some 1/3rd water to the bag. This step is also carried out in order to make the fishes adapt to the chemistry of water at home.

    4. Introduce the fishes to the aquarium

    Finally, put the fishes in the tank and make sure not to put the water in the bag in the tank. Use a net to transfer the fishes to the tank.

    5. Help them Relax

    As you have now introduced the fishes in a new ecosystem, it is recommended to turn off the light of aquarium in order to let the fishes focus on the environment rather than nearby other fishes in a tank (if any). Wait for 24 hours to feed them

    6. Attention

    Fishes of saltwater require different attention and discus fish require different. Discus fishes are vulnerable to even a minor change in the pH value of water.

  • Beginner: Best Fishes for Aquarium

    The one who wants to keep fishes in the aquarium has to consider some really important points. Not all fishes can live in an aquarium and some cannot live alone. It is not easy to classify among the different kind of fishes. Here is a list 20 best freshwater fishes that can be put in an aquarium

    Killifish:

    Killifishes have the ability to live in different kind of water environments. These fishes can live with other fishes and are not vulnerable to predators. These fishes have a variety of colors.

    Tang fish:

    These fishes have the ability to live in any kind of water. Combinations of big and small fishes are always good to see. These fishes are ideal for these combinations.

    Julidochromis:

    These are not for small aquariums but are for large and medium-sized aquariums. These fishes can survive with other fishes. The fishes fished are around 12cm long and are colorful.

    Catfish:

    These fishes help to clean the aquarium because they clean the remains of food from the aquarium. These fishes can live in any size of aquarium.

    Corydoras:

    These fishes have the almost the same behavior as catfish as they live in the bottom of the tank. These fishes can live is any kind of water. These fishes are smaller than catfish.

    Cichlids:

    These fishes are omnivorous. These fishes survive on the remains of other fishes. So, this behavior makes them unique from others and one cannot keep other fishes with them.

    Koi fish:

    These are the most popular, common and abundant fishes for aquarium fishes. There is no particular rule for these fishes to survive.

    Algae eater:

    Algae fishes are lives on Algae. These fishes are known for keeping the walls of aquarium clean. These are best for keeping an the aquarium.

    Gourami:

    These fishes are known to be best for aquarium life as they are non-violent and can live with other fishes in any kind of water. These fishes have the max size of 25cm.

    Tiger Barb:

    These fishes can live in any environment but the only problem with it is that they are not friendly with other fishes. So, it is not easy to keep these fishes with others in an aquarium.

    Toxoids:

    Toxoids can live with others. Toxoids don’t even bother the company they have. These fishes survive on the insects flying above the water of the aquarium. These fishes have a special organ by which they spit water on the insects to capture them.

    Globefish/ Balloon Fish:

    These fishes have different reactions to the new environment. These fishes are known to be the most poisonous fishes on earth. They can be aggressive but can still survive to live with other species.

    Silver Dollar:

    There is a lot of variety in these fishes. These fishes live by eating plants. They have a bad reputation for piranhas. If the fishes are well fed they can be a problem for nearby fishes in thank

    Platy:

    Females are generally known to be more colorful than males but in these fishes it is opposite. The males are more colorful than the female. There is no need for special care for these fishes. The male becomes brighter if the water is a bit warm.

    Rainbowfish:

    As rainbow makes sky beautiful these fishes make aquarium beautiful as they are colorful. When there is a proper light these fishes are very attractive.

    Yellow Perch fish:

    These fishes are known to be the best for aquarium life as these fishes can survive in very low oxygen. So these fishes are best for beginners.

    Angelfish:

    As the name indicates these fishes are the most peaceful fishes. They can easily live and survive with different fish species.

    Bala shark/Silver shark:

    These fishes resemble carp. But there is a difference between the two. One’s skeletal structure is different from others.

    Ax Fish:

    These fishes are good but difficult to maintain. These fishes have ax blade shape and live at the top of the water in an aquarium.

    Labeo fish:

    With a good diet, these fishes can grow up to 30cm. these fishes can adapt to almost all environment. So, these fishes can survive with the company in aquarium.

  • ADA Filtration System and Cube Garden Aquarium

    ADA Filtration System

    The ADA filtration system combines the sheer beauty and practical function of Lily Pipes- special handmade glass material filter inflow and outflow- with filter media of exceptional quality and purpose. From so many years of aquascaping and layout experience, ADA realized and sought product-specific solutions to a variety of needs unique to live-planted aquariums.

    At the core of ADA philosophy is the nurturing and preservation of the many beneficial bacteria and microorgansims that are at the heart of a successful and healthy aquarium.  The art and science of the Nature Aquarium style are in perfect harmony with the ADA filtration system.

    Cube Garden Aquarium

    Bring Nature to your everyday life. The Nature Aquarium is a proposal to construct your own piece of Nature with all its beauty, as a part of the interior design of your home. Simplicity and Clarity are the two key factors we paid close attention to in designing aquarium tanks for The Nature Aquarium.

    Eliminating plastic frames and refining the use of silicon as not to clash with the clarity of the glass- which  made of selected material. The Nature Aquarium concept has succeeded to design glass aquarium tanks that will give your aquascapes a boundless panorama. Your search for the ultimate rimless aquarium tank ends here.

  • CO2 Glassware and Liquid Fertilizers and Supplements

    Liquid Fertilizers and Supplements

    For efficient fertilization of nutrient elements which your plants require at each stage of their growth.
    For healthy growth of aquatic plants, a balanced supply of trace elements such as Iron, Boron or Molybdenum is necessary in the water. Furthermore, Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium which are often called the three major (or macro) nutrients for plants, are also often found lacking in the aquarium.

    ADA adopted the STEP fertilization system which corresponds to each stage of growth, or growth Step of your aquatic plants. The Green Brighty STEP Series, enables efficient supplement of nutrient elements to meet the requirements of all your aquatic plants which change in time. A full line of specially formulated supplements were developed also to target specific issues such as color loss, stress after trimming, and algae resistance.

    CO2 Glassware

    Reliability and Performance achieved through the relentless pursuit of perfection.
    CO2 is indispensable for plants to photosynthesize and grow. Through close observation and research on plants and their growth within the aquarium, ADA CO2 Diffusers and distribution parts, have achieved the ultimate in performance and sophisticated design.

    Beautiful and unobtrusive glass is the ideal material to preserve the natural beauty of the aquascape, and offers many years of flawless performance. The ADA glass diffuser and bubble counter line offers a size option to fit any aquarium and layout need.

  • ADA Substrate System and Lighting System

    ADA Substrate System

    ADA Substrate System has been developed after thorough research on natural environments. The substrate is a key factor for the growth of aquatic plants, and especially important for their long term maintenance.

    The ADA Substrate System is designed to create active earth as in Nature, rich with nutrients and active bacteria. The concept is to prepare the best environment for bacteria to flourish, thereby leading to the development of the optimum substrate for planted aquariums and for a balanced ecosystem to form within it.

    ADA Lighting System

    The heart of the ADA Lighting System is the unique, true 8000 Kelvin lamp. Standard wattage fluorescents, Power Compact, and the flagship HQI halogen all feature the most ideal color temperature of 8000 K developed after extensive research of the nature of the underwater light field in several of the world’s most prominent regions for aquatic plants.

    ADA Lighting System fixtures are extremely high-quality, and feature external ballasts on all suspended fixtures, which ensures lower fixture weight and more flexible suspension options. The sleek architectural design is both attractive and highly effective in the dissipation of heat. The ADA basic concept is a high-technology lighting system that meets the demands of aquatic plants.