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The virus often occurs despite the best fish keeping conditions and is highly infectious.
Outline: Fertilisation in the Aquarium
The JBL plant care concept leads to vigorous and healthy growth even with the most demanding aquatic plants. JBL has all the components you need, whether it’s a fertiliser, a bottom substrate or a fully automatic CO2 fertiliser system.
The Temperature in the Terrarium
Heating in a terrarium should be dimensioned such that the animals will not be “roasted” in the event that the control technology fails. In other words, a small terrarium should not be equipped with an oversized 100 watt heating cable with a controller.
What To Do When Pond Fish Have White Spots
The spot disease (Ichthyophthirius multifiliis), also known as white spot disease or ichtyo, is caused by a parasite from the group of the single-celled animals.
Which is the Best Filter Media?
Special filter media can also be used to target and remove any problem substances, such as nitrate or phosphate, from the aquarium water. This table gives you an outline:
Workshops, trade fairs and promotions in July 2017
You can come and get to know the JBL team personally at the following events in July 2017. We’re looking forward to seeing you there.
The trigger for this viral disease is Rhabdovirus carpio (RNA virus). It mainly occurs in spring when the temperatures are between 10 and 20 degrees.
Caution, Summer Heat! A Reason for Scaremongering?
You can’t prevent the temperature in your aquarium from rising. No matter what measures you take your living room will warm up on hot summer days and can even go over 30° C. So what can you do?
The Carp Louse: Collect or Treat?
Of all the parasites it is probably the most conspicuous: the carp louse (Argulus) can be up to one centimetre large, is round and flat and belongs to the fish lice (Brachiura).
Lighting in the Terrarium
As cold-blooded animals, terrarium animals are far more de
pendent on light, i.e. the quality and intensity of light, than
warm-blooded vertebrates. Activity, feeding, digestion or resting
phases are influenced by the alternation of day and night, and especially by the intensity of light.