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Ok, I have a 10 gallon tank with filter and lights, but I want to put GLOFISH on it
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My 4 year old daughter can differentiate various fish and knows quite a bit about the hobby already. She can spot/identify discus, GBR (and other similar bodied cichlids), certain tetras, and can even recognize the shape of a rainbowfish from across the store and correctly ID it. She understands why and how we do so many water changes and loves helping me use the API test kit. (Can you tell she spends time with me in the fishroom and at the LFS?!) But she wants her own glofish tank, and she'll eventually get it (actually already have a tank and the light ready to go, but no time to set the thing up!). Just bought a 5 Gallon GloFish tank with blue LED light built in. Put 3
Photo provided by FlickrPut 3 glofish in the tank and everytime the light is turned on they hide at the bottom
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Glofish specific care guidelines are as follows:

Aquarium Size: Ten gallons or more for a group of about 5 Glofish. This ensures they have space to swim and also ensures that your tank does not get an ammonium buildup and turn deadly to your fish. Make sure your tank is not located in direct sunlight or near a heating or cooling source as that may cause quick temperature swings that could prove fatal for your Glofish.

Temperature: Keep aquarium their preferred temperature: a constant 72-80° F.

Food: Feed one flake of tropical fish food to each Glofish once per day. Occasionally, you may supplement brine shrimp for food. Glofish have big mouths, and will suck a whole flake in their mouth at the top of your tank seconds after putting food in the tank.

pH: Maintain a pH of 6.5 to 8: Glofish are pretty hardy and are fine within this range.

Lighting: Keep aquarium light on for 10-14 hours per day. White LEDs look great with Glofish as well as for showing off their vibrant neon colors at night.

Water Changes: Change water 25-50% each month to get rid of fish waste in the water.

Water Hardness: Keep water hardness between 5 and 19 dH to make the water comfortable for your Glofish.

Plants: Keep leafy plants as these are found in their natural habitats in rivers. Good choices are java fern, scarlet temple, and anubias. Glofish love plants, and will sometimes lay between them and nap during the day.A good display is an important selling tool when it comes to the GloFish category. Blake recommends setting up a tank with black gravel and blue LED lights to really highlight the colors.
“We provide free merchandising support for retailers, because we know that having the right mix of fish and the right lights is crucial to having a successful GloFish display,” Blake said.With the growing popularity and availability of fish like and decorations like our own line, “glow-in-the-dark” and fluorescent aquariums are becoming more and more common. Most of these animals and decorations are brightly colored in any light but under special lighting, the colors will really glow. There are two main kinds of light that are used in these aquariums: “blacklights” and actinic lights. Knowing the difference between these two can play an important role in making your tank really stand out, as well as in keeping it healthy. For this blog, we will be focusing in general terms only for community aquariums. Aquarium with invertebrates and corals will have different needs since their light requirements are much more specific and extensive.The blue (recommended for Glofish) with some Glofish decorations gives GloFish an exciting fluorescent look. Under the blue LED lighting, these special ornaments are able to brighten up entire the tank and supplement the fluorescent light emit from Glofish.