i heard some where that uv can bring out the colours in your fish, is uv safe to use? and if so what kind
Definitely. The more hiding spaces you have, the more you will see them. Unless you have none, then you will see them 24/7, for the few days they live... :lol2:i have plans to totaly plant the back of the tank 2moz when i can get some plants. do you think this will help? i dont really want them to hide you see.
get a big bucket, drain half the tank water out and put the fish, heater and filter into the bucket. then drain the rest of the tank water out somewhere. then just take the gravel out, put the new stuff in, fill the tank up, put the fish and equipment back in, and viola. :mf_dribble:lol ok cool they are quite happy with the lights off its just when they are on.
when i set up the tank my gf picked out my gravel and at the time i thought luminous green and back would be cool but its actualy driving me nuts now. so my next question is what is the safest way to change the gravel?