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FU GLOBAL Wall Mounted Fish Bowl Aquarium Review

Not persuaded a full size mounted fish tank? If you desire a modern and minimal wall mounted aquarium which will for sure save desk area, yet still be large enough for one or two fish, the FU GLOBAL Wall Aquarium is a good choice to go with.

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Everything To Know About Aponogeton Ulvaceus Bulbs

Aponogeton ulvaceus is one among the many lovely bulb types within the Aponogeton-family and originates from Madagascar. The leaves emit delicate green and clear with fluted margin. One root is able to sprout over forty leaves, 30-60 cm long. This is one of the reasons that the plant is best as a solitary plant in bigger aquariums (the plant becomes up to 60 cm wide).

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How to Begin Aquascaping in your Aquarium

AQUASCAPING/AQUESCAPING

Aquascaping is a learned art form that enables you to form an underwater landscape, inspiration for several works come from both underwater locations but additionally natural scenes like mountains, jungles, deserts, waterfalls and plenty of others. the largest factor that makes their tanks lovely is knowing the essential principles of aquascaping a planted tank.

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Everything To Know About Bucephalandra

Based on their appearance, Bucephalandras are similar to Anubias and Cryptocoryne. Because of their very close appearance to the Cryptocoryne species, they were introduced as their alternative when first introduced into the hobby. Their narrow and olive-colored leaves closely resemble Cryptocoryne with only a few minor differences. Their rhizomes and roots fit the characteristics of Anubias more closely. Bucephalandras can be considered a mix between these two plant species.

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Aquariums Calm the mind and soul, Literally

Enjoy The Aquarium For What its Worth

Exploring an aquarium always leads to a positive experience. It’s like playing dollhouse with the aquatic world at your fingertips. It’s truly an ecosystem showcased for your discovery. Look closely to see what aquatic friends you can find, or enjoy the scenery as a whole. However you decide to enjoy the benefits of an aquarium, be sure to milk it for what it’s worth, because even science shows the mental and even physical benefits of aquariums.

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Traditional Dutch Style Aquascaping

What Makes a True Dutch Style Aquarium

Dutch aquascapes are characterized by their abundant plant life, with as much quantity and diversity as needed to fulfill the hobbyist’s visual image. Typically the entire foreground is fill with plant life. Larger-leafed species of plants are more typical in Dutch style aquascapes.

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The Water’s Edge – Vivarium/Paludarium Style Aquascaping

 

vivarium – generally tropical; high humidity, well planted, running water features

terrarium – generally arid; low humidity, dryer climate animals, little water (suited well for frogs)

paludarium – vivarium or terrarium with a large body of water. 50/50 water/land type tanks

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Maintaining the Iwagumi Layout in the Natural Aquarium

Untitled-1In an Iwagumi layout, only one type of rock is used as a composition material, and generally only a few types of aquatic plants are planted in a simple arrangement. Due to this simple composition, the strength of the presence of the rocks and their overall impression are influenced greatly by the arrangement of aquatic plants and the denseness of their growth. Therefore, the selection of the aquatic plants and the timing of their trimming are very important.

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