Bottom Filters For Fish Tanks

bottom filters for fish tanks
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  • (Fish Tank (film)) Fish Tank is a 2009 British drama film directed by Andrea Arnold. The film won the Jury Prize at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival. It also won the 2010 BAFTA for Best British Film.
  • (fish tank) aquarium: a tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fish and underwater animals
  • An aquarium (plural aquariums or aquaria) is a vivarium consisting of at least one transparent side in which water-dwelling plants or animals are kept. Fishkeepers use aquaria to keep fish, invertebrates, amphibians, marine mammals, turtles, and aquatic plants.
  • A screen, plate, or layer of a substance that absorbs light or other radiation or selectively absorbs some of its components
  • A device for suppressing electrical or sound waves of frequencies not required
  • (filter) device that removes something from whatever passes through it
  • (filter) an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it
  • (filter) remove by passing through a filter; "filter out the impurities"
  • A porous device for removing impurities or solid particles from a liquid or gas passed through it
  • In the lowest or last position in a competition or ranking
  • the lower side of anything
  • In the lowest position
  • the lowest part of anything; "they started at the bottom of the hill"
  • provide with a bottom or a seat; "bottom the chairs"
bottom filters for fish tanks - SpongeBob SquarePants®
SpongeBob SquarePants® Jellyfishin' Aquarium Kit, 4 Gallon Tank w/Filter
SpongeBob SquarePants® Jellyfishin' Aquarium Kit, 4 Gallon Tank w/Filter
Kids love SpongeBob® and now the undersea world of Bikini Bottom® can be right in your child's room! This SpongeBob SquarePants® Jellyfishin' Aquarium Kit lets your child enjoy their pet in the world of SpongeBob® and is a great way to teach your child the importance of caring for pets while holding your child's interest. This aquarium kit includes everything your child's new pet will need for their new home. Kit includes a 4 Gallon Tank, Gravel, Opening Lid, Full Color Background, Two (2) Plastic Bikini Bottom® Plants, an Aerating SpongeBob® Ornament that blows real bubbles when connected to an air pump (air pump sold separately), and a UL Listed 110v Internal Filter. All you need is food, water, and your pet and you are ready to go! Other great SpongeBob® kits & ornaments are available to let your child continue to add to the look and feel of SpongeBob's® undersea world. Tank measures 15" long by 9" wide by 11" high (including hood).

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As of 4th Feb 2011
As of 4th Feb 2011
Apologies for the appalling photo quality. 56L/15GAL tank as of 4th of February, 2011. Filtration: External; Eheim Classic 2211 Lighting: 2x 24W 12,000K; currently running on 1x 24W only @ apprx. 10-12 hrs. a day, siesta 2hrs. daily. Substrate bottom layer: JBL AquaBasis Plus (1-2cms deep) Substrate top layer: Silica/Pool Filter Sand (4-6cms deep) Co2: Available soon Temperature: 28C there and thereabouts Heater/Chiller: N/A TANK IS CURRENTLY SUFFERING AN ALGAL BLOOM AND SNAIL INFESTATION :( Fauna Invertebrates (LI) LI#01 Red cherry shrimp (Neocaridina Heteropoda "Red") LI#02 Red-nosed shrimp / Rhino shrimp / Rudolph shrimp (Caridina Glacilirostris) Fish (LF) LF#01 Pygmy Corydoras (Corydoras Pygmaeus) LF#02 Phoenix Rasbora (Boraras Merah) LF#03 Galaxy Rasbora / Celestial Pearl Danio (Danio Margaritatus) Flora (F) F#01 Cryptocoryne x Wilisii F#02 Riccardia Chamedryfolia (irresolute) F#03 Anubias Barteri var. Nana F#04 Nymphoides [?] F#05 Cryptocoryne [?] F#06 Micranthemum Umbrosum F#07 Unknown Fauna details LI#01 Red cherry shrimp Amount: 6 (all mature) Sexes: 6F 0M Health: Good LI#02 Red-nosed shrimp Amount: 7 (all mature) Sexes: Haven't bothered Health: Normal LF#01 Pygmy corydoras Amount: 6 (all mature) Sexes: Haven't bothered Health: Normal LF#02 Phoenix rasbora Amount: 7 (all mature) Sexes: Haven't bothered Health: 6 great, one has sunken belly LF#03 Celestial pearl danio Amount: 3 (all mature) Sexes: 2F 1M Health: Normal Flora details F#01 Cryptocoryne x willisii Growth rate: lacklustre Condition: normal, covered in algae F#02 Riccardia chamedryfolia [on rock, fully established] Growth rate: stagnant Condition: normal F#03 Anubias barteri var. nana [on driftwood, all 3 not yet established] rhizome 1: Growth rate: normal albeit new leaves are floppy Condition: poor, covered in algae rhizome 2: Growth rate: normal Condition: good, covered in algae rhizome 3: Growth rate: normal Condition: normal, covered in algae F#04 Nymphoides [?] Growth rate: normal Condition: deteriorating, leaves losing color and some have holes in them F#05 Cryptocoryne [?] Growth rate: lacklustre Condition: normal, covered in algae F#06 Micranthemum umbrosum Growth rate: stagnant, no sign of growth as of yet Condition: very, very poor F#07 Unknown Growth rate: lacklustre Condition: normal
Oklahoma native fish in my coldwater stream tank
Oklahoma native fish in my coldwater stream tank
Trying out the Sigma 10-20 to capture the whole tank and give a sense of depth; did an awesome job and is surprisingly sharp close up. This is my tank after getting the new fish settled; takes awhile to get the temps, pH, etc. equalized. Mostly shiners (Notropis sp.) and Southern Redbelly Dace (Phoxinus erythrogaster) in these photos. The fish on the bottom of the tank are mostly darters (Etheostoma sp.) with a couple Slender Madtoms (Notorus exilis) and Banded Sculpins (Cottus carolinae). There are also a few chubs swimming around in there. The tank has quite a setup going now, compared to how I started out. It's got a 30-45 gallon filter with half the output tray blocked to dump water harder and more directionally; then a large (230 gph) powerhead, the Maxi-Jet 900. I've also got another pump with an air stone going and a fan on the back, with the front tray open, to increase evaporation and keep the tank cooler (around 66 degrees most of the time). There's a pretty good current going and the minnows seem to enjoy it, as do the darters. Sunday I went out to Spring Creek to do some seining (for pleasure this time) and my dad agreed to tag along. It really was a blast; the weather was much better than it has been (I'd been checking the weather for two weeks, it had been 20-40 degrees most days) and better than the weather, we got a ton of awesome stuff, especially with the kick-seine. Loads of gorgeous Orangethroat darters (more than I've ever seen) along with Fantails and some others, plus a few Madtom catfish, the largest Sculpin I've ever seen, loads of minnows, crayfish, and some cool inverts, including a big hellgrammite. I'll be uploading shots over the next few days; I took around 500 this day. Sigma 10-20, SB-400 on cable above tank, playing with diffusion (I think this was one of the shots diffused with paper along the feeding slot on my lid).

bottom filters for fish tanks
bottom filters for fish tanks
Marineland Eclipse Seamless Integrated Aquarium System, 5 Gallons, Corner
The Eclipse top-mounted, three-stage system combines simple, elegant styling with superior performance efficiency. All water is filtered through the high-performance Eclipse Rite-Size Filter Cartridge and then directed to the patented Marineland BIO-Wheel. The result: 100% water-to-media contact for excellent water quality…and a healthier environment for your plants and fish. Easy to install, easy to operate, the Eclipse System provides unlimited, unhindered access to the entire aquarium. The specially selected fluorescent daylight bulb is ideal for plant growth and ornamental fish color enhancement. And because all filtration media is inside the top mounted unit, the Eclipse has minimal rear space requirements for against-the-wall placement. Available in 3, and 12 gallons, hexagonal 5 gallons and a corner 5 gallon.

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