How To Set Up An Aquarium Fish Tank Setup | Tetra Aquarium

Also, if you are going to be running a small fish tank setup be prepared to perform  more often.
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I don't mean the kind of research where you have to document/paraphrase/cite sources and such. When I talk about research I'm talking about reading and making a concentrated effort on locating care information for your inverts and marine fish and aquarium equipment. Remember that doing the research for your marine reef tank setup is supposed to be fun. Learn to enjoy the process because the more you learn, the more you will want to learn.
There are some setup rules and guidelines necessary for angelfish tanks and aquariums.
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Setting up a 10 gallon fish tank is relatively easy. The challenges begin after the fish go in the tank. Because many new hobbyists tend to overstock and under-filter, water quality suffers and fish may be injured or even die. The minimum tank size that should be used for a betta fish setup should be at least or larger.
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Whether your planning on starting a freshwater fish tank, a saltwater aquarium or even a reef tank we have the aquarium setup guides to get you started. These are basic guides by design. They are not extremely detailed and we try to keep them easy to understand so that even a fishkeeping novice can get up to speed quickly. After reading these aquarium setup articles you should come away with a better understanding of what all is involved with running your own setup.African Cichlid Tank. I just set up mine and have all of the varieties pictured here. Such personalities these fish have, truly. It's better than television. :)You don't need to go all out here. A simple tank size of 10 - 20 gallons will suffice for most people. If you have larger fish, then obviously you want to get a bigger quarantine tank. All you really need is a bare bones setup with the following equipment:Let's start with the initial setup costs for starting these two aquarium types. To keep it simple, we'll lookup at fish-only systems, except for the reef tank which is for corals and invertebrates. For a freshwater aquarium you may have the following initial equipment list. Please keep in mind that these are very rough estimates on prices and we used a 29 gallon aquarium for this example. In the freshwater world you hear people talking about African Cichlid and New World Cichlid tanks, brackish tanks, planted tanks, predator tanks, etc. Well, the saltwater side of the hobby has some different types of tank setups as well. There are the Fish-Only tanks, FOWLR tanks (Fish Only with Live Rock) and Reef Tanks. These three saltwater aquarium types progress in startup and maintenance costs. Fish-Only tanks can be considered on the low end for startup costs while FOWLR tanks are moderatly priced and reef tanks could be considered high priced. Refugiums for saltwater aquariums are gaining steam these days as many hobbyists realize the important benefits these refugiums can provide.I wouldn't recommend that a newbie start a saltwater tank without live rock. There are just too many benefits to having it in your marine aquarium. It's a great biological filter, provides food for various species, provides hiding places and homes for others and it looks great. There are other benefits too. Check out the article on for more information. Setting up and keeping a marine fish tank stable without live rock can be more difficult than starting one with ample quantities of good quality live rock.