I think for the LED
there is only one choice - buildmyled.com.
Lost 2 raspboras. They was unhealthy from LFS
My micro crypts melting. Added root tabs.
Lost bamboo shrimp, it's escaped...
Added 1 Nerita.
Added 1 Draft Gourami Blue.
Added 10 ghost shrimp. Fishes don't care about shrimps. Angelfish can scare ghost sometimes, but don't hunt it.
Added 4 amanos and 1 blue shrimp, they always hidding. Are they nocturne? I see them during the light off.
My bolivian ram was infected by Callamanus worm. Levamisole resolve this problem. Neritas was in the hospital tank during medication, Levamisole paralyzed it.
My Angel run after Platy, Bolivian run after Angel and other bolivian, and Draft Gourami run after bolivian...
Angel run after Ghost Shrimp only if it's swim on the middle and near it.
All that without any visible injuries, they just protect their territory.
Added another Fluval C3 filter with 250g SeaChem Matrix and 100g Purigen. Water is much cleaner now.
Added a 240gph powerhead for better flow and run it on timer sometimes, Angel and Raspboras cannot swim well near it.
Removed airstone, it make too much noise and the cover glass is always dirt.
Got an ammonia spike (0.25ppm) after the filter cleaning. Add ammonia alert from seachem. 2 filters with many biomedia is a must, or 1 canister.
Enchanting mechanical filtration of Fluval C3.
Add 2-3 bamboo shrimp, 10-25 RCS, 2-3 raspboras. Maybe some Amanos.
Add a glass cover and LED
Add wavemaker for my powerhead to replicate the natural environment a little more.
Add a small tubes for shrimps and cover it with Java Moss.
1. Green spot algae (with low light???)
2. Brown algae (powerhead helps there), Java moss is more affected.
3. Hair algae is almost gone, no idea how and why...
4. Fuzz algae. Or it's migrated hair algae on some leaves.
5. Blue-green algae. Not much, but I need to deal with.
I started to dose Excel without overdosing.
I'll attach the photos tomorrow.