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The event of preparing a new aquarium and building its inner environment is a huge amount of fun for all keepers and enthusiasts. That said, some thought should be given to ensuring the set-up is appropriate for the specimens you plan to keep. Sure, it’s really important you like the decorative aspect of the aquarium, but it is equally important that it satisfies the needs of the fish species that will spend their life within it.
Below are some essential tips to help you succeed at creating your dream aquascape with some long-term perspective for the fish you keep.
Aquarium size and dimensions.
aquarium decorations diy - While the popular catchall “Go big or go home” can apply to an aquarium purchase, a desktop or small aquarium is an option if the right type and size of fish are going to be kept. Make sure you understand the needs and behaviour of the fish species that you prefer as your aquarium needs to be big enough to accommodate them.
aquarium decorative rocks - Pay particular attention to the behavior part as some smaller species, due to their aggressive or territorial nature, may allow for only one male to be kept for example. When it comes to decorating the small aquarium, it is very easy to end up with a cluttered look. Try to create a central feature and complement it with your decor. Less is more here.
When planning the actual set-up, make sure you follow this sequence to help you avoid some common pitfalls.
aquarium decoration sealant - First and most importantly, thoroughly rinse gravel, natural structural decoration and anything else you intend to put in the tank. Create your structural aquascape and then fill the tank approximately halfway, at that point you can plant your plants.
Before you start the initial fill with water, remember to place a plate at the very bottom to evenly distribute the incoming water or otherwise dampen the force of incoming water to avoid upsetting your creative efforts.
When decorating as mentioned above, it is really important to have a clear vision of the fish you plan to keep.
For example, large fish that like to feed on the bottom of the aquarium (e.g. discus) would require an aquascape that is open, not cluttered, and features a fine substrate like sand that allows food to sit on it. Coarse gravel or rock would be inappropriate.
Large fish that like to dig and uproot plants often come from natural habitats that are laden with rocks and wood but contain very little in the way of live plants. Floating plants are best for this type of set-up.
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