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AFRICAN CICHLIDS AQUARIUM ALGAE

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That unwanted, persistent, annoying , unwelcome guest in your aquarium water, ALGAE!  If I forgot a word to describe

this stuff, please forgive me. If the cause of its presence isn’t properly identified, your attempts of getting it to leave will

probably be unsuccessful.  African Cichlids aquarium algae is usually a result of underlying water quality issues.

 

Algae are prolific opportunistic organisms that enter your cichlids aquarium water because something in there is out

of balance.  Excess nutrients, poor water circulation, and insufficient oxygenation or your aquarium water can be some

of the issues opening the door for it to pay a visit to your aquarium and make it their home.  These water qualities may

seem minor, but it is the combination of them that creates a water imbalance and opens up that door.  Therefore, a

multifaceted approach focusing on each water quality issue is an effective avenue to shutting the door, and locking it

on African Cichlids aquarium growth.

 

AFRICAN CICHLIDS AQUARIUM ALGAE AND

EXCESSIVE NUTRIENTS

Begin your algae control by taking note of how much food you are feeding your African Cichlids.  Feed them the

amount of food that the will consume in one minute.  Any food after the period of time will end up on the

bottom of your aquarium as excess nutrients., which affects your water quality as the food breaks down releasing

these nutrients. Your African Cichlids are large fish and produce more organic waste, increasing the food supply

for algae growth.  Several other common nutrient sources may be right in your water source from your faucet.

Regular, scheduled water chances must be apart of your maintenance schedule. ( 1/3 water change monthly),

will help to remove or dilute nutrient concentration in your aquarium water.

 

AFRICAN CICHLIDS AQUARIUM ALGAE AND WATER MOVEMENT

If your aquarium water was any areas where water movement is poor, that may be a location where African Cichlids

aquarium algae may form because waste material will settle and accumulate in that area and create a foundation for

algae growth.  Simply directing water flow to those areas will reduce that buildup of waste materials, eliminating a

food source to algae, and allows your filter system to work more efficiently my removing it from your aquarium water!

With that thought in mind, it is essential to clean your mechanical filtration on a regular basis to keep in operating as

effectively as possible. If this is not done, your media will become saturated and eventually release this waste material

right back into your aquarium water.

 

AFRICAN CICHLIDS AQUARIUM ALGAE AND AERATION

Aeration allows gas exchange wher carbon dioxide is released from your aquarium water, and fresh air and oxygen is

introduced.  Algae requires carbon dioxide to thrive.  Introducing a ‘bubble wall” during your system set-up usually

eliminates aeration as being a factor in African CIchlids aquarium algae growth.

 

AFRICAN CICHLIDS AQUARIUM ALGAE AND MAINTENANCE

There is no substitute for regular, routine maintenance.  It is a “must do” . Cleaning the inside of your aquarium

glass should be done weekly.  Additional algae control may be required if you are experiencing free-floating oxygen

in your aquarium water.  The use of a UV sterilizer will help it from multiplying.

 

Using a phosphate based chemical can enhance water quality and reduce algae growth.

 

A natural approach to algae management is the best option to controlling algae.  This can be achieved by regular

water changes, filter maintenance, and phosphate  media, if needed.

 

When reaching for chemicals to assist in algae control, read the instructions carefully. These can compromise your

biological filtration if not followed to a tee!

 

Be comfortable with the fact that some algae growth is a natural and beneficial aspect in a water environment.  Algae

consumes excess nutrients and oxygen.  No one wins the challenge of completely geting rid of all algae in an

aquarium.  It is a closed ecosystem and a little green fine!  Success is finding that natural balance for your African

CIchlids aquarium algae management!

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AFRICAN CICHLIDS FILTRATION

 

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African Cichlids  filtration  is a process to create and maintain an environment that can support life.  Your filter system

requires three processes  in order to achieve this and remove toxic compounds that accumulate quickly without the  natural

processes present to remove them efficiently.  These basics to African Cichlids  filtration will be addressed to give you an

insight as to how they create a life- sustaining environment for your African Cichlids.

 

BIOLOGICAL → This is a series of natural processes where toxic ammonia is broken down by beneficial bacteria into less

toxic elements. The bacteria requires a large surface area with good water flow through it to thrive.

 

CHEMICAL →   Is the removal of water impurities from your aquarium water.  Consists of  a black  carbon bag.

                               NEEDS TO BE CLEANED IN YOUR 4 GALLON CONTAINER FILLED WITH AQUARIUM

                               WATER BIWEEKLY, AND REPLACED MONTHLY.  After that period of time, the chemical benefits

                                 will have been exhausted and start collecting bacteria which could be harmful to your biological filtration.

                               THIS COULD RESULT IN AN AMMONIA SPIKE IN YOUR AQUARIUM WATER AND RISE IN

                               NITRITES, causing stress and possible fatalities of your African Cichlids.  So, clean the carbon media

biweekly and replace monthly.  You should be fine!

 

 

MECHANICAL →  removes suspended debris from your tank water.  It gives your water a cleaner, clearer  appearance,

acting like a strainer as the water flows through it.  IF IT GETS SATURATED WITH TO MUCH DEBRIS, IT  CLOGS, 

AND DIVERTS THE WATER FLOW BACK INTO YOUR AQUARIUM, RELEASING THE DEBRIS WHERE

TOXIC AMMONIA COULD FORM.  NOT A GOOD SITUATION.

                                                   This part of your African Cichlids filtration system should be inspected WEEKLY and

                                                   CLEANED OUT  BIWEEKLY  as part of your maintenance  program.  Should be cleaned in

                                                   the 4 gallon container filled with aquarium water. The purpose of using this is that it houses

                                                   the beneficial bacteria and preserves your sponge.  The media should give you many, many

                                                   years of service before it needs replacing. A sign that this needs to be done is  when it

                                                   doesn’t “spring” back to its original shape after being squeezed.  Following this process

                                                   should ensure you that this media won’t become clogged, and provide years of hassle-free

                                                   service for your African Cichlids filtration.

Your African Cichlids filtration system incorporates this triple filtration process by different methods.  I have used these

power filters for over 2o years when setting up African Cichlids aquarium systems, and they are still in use today!

Specifically, I use the Hagen AquaClear units.  They are extremely reliable and super easy to maintain.  Installation is a very

simple as well!

 

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AQUARIUM SET-UP, AFRICAN CICHLIDS

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The key to successfully setting up your African Cichlids aquarium set-up is preparation. It all begins with  a

thorough cleaning  of your tank with warm tap water only. no soap.

 

AFRICAN CICHLIDS, AQUARIUM SET-UP

1. Wash out your tank thoroughly with warm tap water. Then fill with cold tap water and let sit overnight to

     see if there are any leaks anywhere.   I know you are probably excited to get your aquarium set-up, but this is a

     must to avoid  yourself future frustration after its up and running.

2. Wash all of your rock until the water runs clear through it. Next day, tank has no leaks, place your aquarium on 

     your stand,  which should already be level, and arrange your substrate and other rock work .

3. Install your air curtain on your gravel,  behind your taller rock work to hide hide it. Attach your air tubing to the

    air curtain and to your air pump.

4. Locate your heater, set at 77ºF, filter, and thermometer in your aquarium.

5. Fill your tank with cold tap water. Add Tap Water Conditioner and Cycle to the water as directed.

6. Hook up your electricity. This completes your initial aquarium set-up, for now!

7. This step is one of the most difficult. Patience. This will be your friend in the long run.

    Your aquarium water will probably turn cloudy as it cycles and balances itself out.  This is a normal process

     indicating  that bacterial growth is taking place. Your water will clear up as this bacteria settles into your

     substrate and filter media.

    This process will take between 2 – 4 weeks. Do nothing here. Here is where your patience will reward

    you with years of  pleasure, relaxation, and enjoyment with the time and efforts you have put forth. 

8. Make sure that everything  with your African Cichlids aquarium set-up is functioning properly.  Temperature is   

     77ºF,  your air curtain has a solid, even line of bubbles rising to the water surface. Replace any evaporated water

     with cold tap water.

9. Purchase nitrate, nitrite, and ammonia test kits for fresh water aquariums.  After at least 4 weeks ,

     test your aquarium water as directed. Oh, get a large fish net as well!  All levels  should read “0”. 

10. This is an exciting day!  Everything is in working order that we have addressed, and no problems. Go to a 

               reputable fish store and your first pair of African Cichlids! 

               Acclimate your cichlids by placing the bag directly into your aquarium water and let it float for 30 

               minutes.  This  allows you  fish to adjust to your aquarium water.  After the recommended time, net your

               fish from the plastic bag and  introduce them to their  new home by letting them swim from  the net on

               their own power. 

11. Patience is again critical.  Your African Cichlids aquarium water needs time to adjust to its new inhabitants.

      During this  time,  decide what color of cichlids you want to have in your aquarium set-up.

12. Next, decide the proper number of fish that can safely occupy your aquarium. 

GUIDELINE:  EVERY INCH OF FISH REQUIRES ONE GALLON OF AQUARIUM WATER.

                   A 100  gallon aquarium will have about 90 gallons of water available for your cichlids.  The rock in your

                   tank displaces about 10gallons of water.

                  On average, adult African Cichlids are between 4- 6 inches in length. We will make it easy and use 5 inches

                  to determine the number of fish!

                                                                    90 gallons/water divided by 5″/fish = 18 fish

                                                   Purchase your cichlids in trios — 1 male and 2 females.

13.  Follow the same procedure in step # 1o for adding each additional trio  to your tank.  Allow 2- 3 weeks between

       purchases to allow your aquarium water to adjust.

14.  Enjoy your African Cichlids aquarium set-up!

 

Follow these steps and your  African Cichlids aquarium set-up  will look like this!

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CICHLIDS IN YOUR AQUARIUM

 

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Would an aquarium filled with brightly colored  fish catch your eye?  African Cichlids display every color of the rainbow.

The neat thing about that is they are freshwater fish, and less expensive then  saltwater inhabitants in your aquarium.

 

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African Cichlids are very hardy, intelligent and energetic. They can tolerate a wide range of pH levels They know who

has the food. It’s pretty cool to see them go to the top of the tank when they see the person with the food coming!

Cichlids have a lifespan between 4- to years,  which is longer then most freshwater fish.

They require a larger tank because of their size. On average they will grow to a size between 4-6 inches.  This is

a good thing because a bigger aquarium is easier to maintain and keep their environment stable. What that

means for you is less time cleaning your tank,  giving you more time to enjoy your investment!

 

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YOUR AFRICAN CICHLIDS WATER QUALITY

 

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AFRICAN CICHLIDS WATER QUALITY

It is important to keep tabs on your African Cichlids water quality by monitoring vital water parameters, and keeping

them stable and at proper levels in your aquarium water to prevent unnecessary stress to your Afrtican Cichlids. 

Fluctuation in their water conditions is one of the main causes of cichlids  illness and  death.  Regular testing of your

African Cichlids water quality can prevent serious problems from happening.  It is vital to do regular, scheduled

aquarium water testing of certain parameters in your aquarium water.  Following is a discussion of those water

parameters :

 

TEMPERATURE→  African Cichlids are very sensitive to temperature change in their environment.  Sudden fluctuation in

                               their aquarium  water temperature can wreak havoc on them.  Keeping your African Cichlids water

                               quality at a temperature of 77ºF is ideal.

pH                         →  maintaining a specific level of alkalinity or acidity of your aquarium water is also vital to your African

                                   Cichlids water quality.  African Cichlids require a high level of pH  between  8.0-8.2.

AMMONIA        →   Ammonia is extremely toxic and can cause problems ranging from gill disease to being fatal. 

                               Monitoring your African Cichlids  water quality is a must and corrected immediately if present in your

                               aquarium. 

NITRITE            →  An elevation of nitrite in your African Cichlids water quality could be an indication of a problem with

                               your biological filtration.  This needs to be addressed immediately because even low levels of nitrite

                               suppress your  cichlids immune systems.

                               This can quickly become fatal if the level in their environment is elevated.

NITRATE         →   Nitrate levels in your African Cichlids water quality are not as toxic as the previous parameters

                                     discussed.  It also needs to be monitored on a regular, scheduled basis,  like the other two,

                                     to avoid stress on your African Cichlids.  An elevated level of this  in your aquarium water can

                                    welcome an unwanted guest, algae!

 

In closing, ammonia, nitrate, and  nitrite levels in your aquarium water need to remain at a constant,

undetectable zero level to maintain  healthy African Cichlids water quality.

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AFRICAN CICHLIDS WATER. SALT IN IT !

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 Salt in your African Cichlids water has several beneficial factors when added to their freshwater environment,

and can add to their overali well-being!  Yep! You read the title of the article correctly!

                                                                              STRESS

When your cichlids are diseased, their gills may not be be functioning efficiently.  Their ability to bring in oxygen

and release carbon dioxide could be impaired.  Adding salt to your African Cichlids water introduces electrolytes

into their freshwater environment that may have been lost while your cichlids are diseased, aiding them in there

ability to breathe and recover faster.

 

                                                                        PARASITE

Salt in your African Cichlids water can be used as a short-term remedy for your cichlids when they have external

parasites such as ich.  To treat this, add 1/5 cup of salt to every to 10 gallons of aquarium water in a

separate container.  Place your infected cichlids into this container for 5- 10 minutes and remove them

from the container and place them back into your aquarium.  Repeat in 24 hours, if necessary.

 

                                                                         NITRATE

Salt can temporarily block the  toxic effects of high nitrate levels and stress on your cichlids   and protect them until

 the water quality improves in your African Cichlids water . 

 

Following these steps of adding salt to your African Cichlids water can help to reduce stress, get rid of ich, aid in high

nitrate levels , and increase their over all well-being!

 

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AQUARIUM STAND FOR CICHLIDS TANK

 

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AQUARIUM  STAND

Your African Cichlids aquarium stand not only serves as an elevated support to ‘show case” your African Cichlids aquarium

system, it also can serve you as a storage place for your aquarium supplies and equipment, as well as, a piece of furniture

in your home complimenting your interior decor!  Choosing the right aquarium stand depends on your personal furniture

style and budget.  The single most important question you will need to answer is, ” will my aquarium stand adequately

support my African Cichlids aquarium?”

 

Purchase your aquarium stand  from a reliable source such as the manufacturer of your tank. to ensure that it is properly

constructed and has the reinforcement needed to support your tank.  Personally, I have used All-Glass  cabinets exclusively

without any issues.  This is a major piece to you entire African Cichlids system that is going to serve you for many years,

so purchase quality.  That’s it on purchasing your aquarium stand for your African Cichlids tank!

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AFRICAN CICHLIDS AQUARIUM WATER PARAMETERS

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AFRICAN CICHLIDS AQUARIUM WATER PARAMETERS

African Cichlids aquarium water parameters must be kept stable and at proper levels to prevent

stress and ensure healthy inhabitants.  Fluctuating or  below optimum conditions in the water is

one of the main factors of cichlid illness or death.  Regular testing of your African Cichlids aquarium

water parameters can prevent serious problems from happening .  It is vital to do regular readings

of certain aquarium water conditions.   They include:

Temperature. Your African Cichlids are very sensitive to change in their surrounding environment

                              temperature.  Sudden fluctuation can wreak havoc on them.  In addition, stable aquarium

                             water temperature extremes should be avoided as well.  Warm water  can not keep as much

                             dissolved oxygen in it and creates dangerous oxygen-deprived conditions.  Keeping a constant

                             water temperature of 77°F  is ideal.  

 

pH.  The ” Potential of Hydrogen” is a measurement of acidity or alkalinity.   A pH of 7.0 is considered neutral.

          Readings lower are acidic, while those higher being alkaline. Maintaining the specific level of acidity or

          alkalinity of your cichlids water is also vital to their well-being.  Improper or extreme pH levels can have

          physical affects on your cichlids.  This can cause damage to their gills, eyes, or even death, as a result. 

         African Cichlids require a high pH level between 8.0-8.2.

 

Ammonia.  This is extremely toxic to your cichlids and can cause problems ranging from gill disease to being fatal. 

                         Monitoring this African Cichlids aquarium water parameters is a must and corrected immediately if

                         present in your  aquarium water. 

 

Nitrite.  An elevation of  African Cichlids aquarium water parameters could be an indication of a problem with your

                  biological filtration.  This needs to be addressed immediately because even low levels of nitrite suppress

                  your  cichlids immune systems.  This can quickly be fatal to your fish if levels in the aquarium water remain

                  elevated.

 

Nitrate.  Levels of this in the water are not as toxic as the previous two African Cichlids aquarium water parameters.

                   But,  it also needs to be monitored on  a regular basis to avoid stress on your cichlids. An elevated level of

                   nitrate in your aquarium water can welcome an unwanted, aggressive guest- Algae !  A final thought on your

                   African Cichlids water parameters is, ammonia, nitrite, and nitrate  levels need to remain  at a constant,

                  undetectable reading when you do water tests.

 

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AFRICAN CICHLIDS WATER – AMMONIA LEVELS UNDER CONTROL

 

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AFRICAN CICHLIDS WATER

Your African Cichlids water may have ammonia in it, and is fairly easy to manage. The key is to understand and learn

what to do to prevent ammonia from becoming a challenge in your African Cichlids water.

During your aquarium system setup , your water will have a high level of ammonia in it for a period of time during the

cycling period.  No worries!  This is a normal and natural process the water goes through.  Let nature take its course! 

Do nothing.  Be aware of ammonia levels in established African Cichlids water with efficient biological filtration

because its presence in your water may not be measurable. Don’t be fooled by this misconception.  Even if ammonia

levels are undetectable, it does not mean there is no ammonia present in your African Cichlids water!

Ammonia is continually being introduced into your African Cichlids water through fish waste, uneaten food, and natural

biological processes.  The biological stage of your filter system rapidly converts ammonia into less harmful

compounds, as long as it is operating properly.  Generally, biological filtration in an established cichlids aquarium

remains stable.  However, certain factors can periodically compromise this filtration and cause a dramatic and toxic

increase in your aquarium water ammonia level.  This is commonly referred to as an ammonia spike.  Common

causes are: overfeeding-excess or uneaten food is the most common cause of ammonia in aquarium water.  This

addition of organic matter in your water can test the limits of your filter’s biological process.  When it presence in

your water exceeds the filter’s ability to process it, then the ammonia can become toxic to your cichlids.  Remedy-

avoid the “one big meal” feeding method.  Feed your cichlids the portion of food, once daily, that they can

consume in about 1 minute.  A sudden increase in your  biological load ( the total number of cichlids and the

relating waste in the aquarium water) can also trigger an ammonia spike.  As your African Cichlids grow in size,

their increased body mass and waste may cause frequent spikes as well if your filter system is unable to keep up

with the additional fish load.  A solution to an ammonia challenge in your African Cichlids water is to have a

complete plan of action  thought out before investing one penny on your new African Cichlid aquarium system! 

Ask yourself   “what size aquarium do I want, how many cichlids can that tank safely have based on

the size of my tank ( one cichlid per gallon of aquarium water when fully grown)Have

purchased the right AquaClear power filter to handle the fish load and maintain excellent water

quality ( a flow rate of 4-6 gallons per hour)”.  These are a few of the important questions that need to be

addressed in order to have a successful  African Cichlids aquarium system.  If you should have to medicate your

aquarium because of a disease be sure to research the product first before treating your cichlids and introducing

it into your aquarium water.  Certain medications can wipe out the beneficial bacteria in your filter system. 

Another consideration is to remove the infected cichlid and place it in a separate quarantine tank to prevent any

unwanted results in your main aquarium.

 

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AFRICAN CICHLIDS WATER TEMPERATURE

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AFRICAN CICHLIDS WATER TEMPERATURE

Your African Cichlids aquarium temperature can be the single most important component in the life of your

African Cichlids.  They are super sensitive to change in their environment, especially temperature, and a sudden

change can send their immune system out of whack.

A major component of your aquarium system is the heating unitChoose the size of your heater based on 3-5 watts

per gallon  as a guide.  Remember that each heater can raise the temperature of your aquarium water a certain

number of degrees. 

Your African Cichlids  water temperature will fluctuate with the seasons of the year because of the ambient

temperature of the room where your system is located.  Purchasing a quality heating unit will help to maintain a

constant water temperature in your aquarium, minimizing temperature fluctuation on your African Cichlids. 

Controlling the temperature of your African Cichlids water temperature is vital to the health of your fish because

they are cold-blooded animals and it has a direct impact on their well being. Your aquarium water temperature

also influences the biological portion of your filter system, dissolved oxygen content, as well as, ammonia toxicity. 

It can be easy to overlook this component of your aquarium system management.  It is vital to the success of your

cichlids’ aquarium.

Cichlids are sensitive to temperature change, therefore, it is imperative to invest in a quality heater, and an accurate

thermometer.   Monitoring the temperature should be done daily.  A sudden change in your aquarium water could

send your cichlids’ immune systems out of control, and that spells sick fish.

If your African Cichlids water temperature rises to high, low dissolved oxygen content and increased ammonia may

occur. 

Warm water also increases the metabolism of your cichlids causing them to eat more and grow faster, resulting in

greater waste production.  The biological filtration, which processes nitrogenous waste , may be pushed to its limits.

Effective African Cichlids temperature management is the result of investing in a quality heater based

on the size of your aquarium, an accurate thermometer, and monitoring it by simply checking the

reading daily.

 

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