The Rio Micro Pad is a universal filtration media that polishes water on a microscopic level. This versatile, extra fine pad traps micro particles and fine debris, removing them from circulation and producing crystal clear, clean water. Cut to fit a variety of filtration systems to keep your water clean and healthy.
Use in virtually any type of aquatic filtering system, including: Hang On Back filters, Canister filters, Wet and Dry filters, Top filters, Internal filters and Pond filters.
The Rio Micro Pad is a tightly woven mechanical filter pad designed for removing fine and coarse free-floating particles from your aquarium or pond, preventing the biological media from becoming clogged.
1. Cut the Micro Pad slightly larger than required.
2. Verify that the pad fits and trim if needed.
3. Rinse in tap water to remove dust and place in filter.
Replace every 4-6 weeks, or when required.
GEX Betta Food 20g
Vitamins (A, B, D3, E), minerals (phosphorus, calcium, potassium, iron), thickening (fish meal, flour, shrimp meal, soy flour, wheat germ, dry yeast, shrimp paste, Stabilizer (gluten), coloring agent
Crude protein – 40.0% or more,
Crude fat – 4.0% or more
Crude fiber – 4.0% or less
Crude ash content – 15.0% or less
Water content – 9.0% or less
$4.90Betta food pellet specially formulated to intensify the colors of your betta fish. Made with natural Ingredients, krill, and stabilized vitamin C.
Brightwell Aquatics Hydrat-Mg Hydrated Magnesium Salt 500mL
In some instances, marine and reef aquarists may find it beneficial to maintain the magnesium concentration in their aquaria within a range of 1,500 - 1,800 ppm for prolonged periods of time. The period of time will vary between systems and is completely dependant upon the magnesium concentration that is maintained, as well as the extent to which maintaining the magnesium at an elevated concentration is associated with obtaining the desired results.
Additionally, evidence suggests that the specific magnesium salts utilized are important to obtaining the desired results. Hydrat-Mg is a concentrated magnesium solution that makes use of these specific, hydrated (not anhydrous) magnesium salts, in proper ionic ratios. Brightwell Aquatics Magnesion and Magnesion-P are composed of anhydrous magnesium salts, which offer greater purity than hydrated salts; Magnesion is also more concentrated than Hydrat-Mg. Regardless, the conditions that would dictate that the magnesium concentration in a reef system be maintained within a range of 1,500 - 1,800 ppm are, in most cases, more rapidly addressed with Hydrat-Mg than with magnesium supplements composed of anhydrous salts. Choosing to maintain an elevated [Mg2+] for an extended period of time assumes that the aquarist understands the impacts and potential risks that doing so can have on a marine aquarium.
Read all Instructions carefully. Shake container well before using. If using to maintain magnesium concentration within a range encompassing standard seawater concentration, add 5 ml (1 capful) of product per 20 US-gallons of aquarium water every other day or as needed to maintain the magnesium concentration within a range of 1,290 - 1,320 ppm. When used in this fashion, 250 ml treats up to 1,000 US-gallons (3,785 L).
Advanced: Determine the magnesium concentration in the aquarium using an accurate test kit before supplementing. Shake container well before each use. Each ml of Hydrat-Mg will increase the concentration of magnesium ("[Mg2+]") in 1 US-gallon (3.785 L) of water by ~19.5 ppm. If the initial [Mg2+] in the aquarium is below 1,288 ppm, add this product at the maximum rate of 1 ml per 3 US-gallons daily until the desired concentration is attained, then dose daily as needed (see below). Always try to maintain the [Mg2+] within a range of +/-10 ppm. To determine the dosing rate of this product once the desired [Mg2+] has been acquired, measure the daily rate of magnesium uptake (i.e. the decrease in magnesium) in your aquarium by measuring the aquarium`s [Mg2+] at the same time each day over a one- to two-week period. To determine the daily dosing rate for magnesium maintenance: estimate the volume of water in the entire aquarium system; divide the daily decrease in [Mg2+] by 19.5; multiply this number by the volume of water in the system to get the daily dosage required (ml) to maintain a stable [Mg2+]. Daily dosing maintains a more stable [Mg2+] than dosing weekly, in which the [Mg2+] spikes just after dosing and then gradually decreases throughout the course of the week. Maintaining a stable, elevated [Mg2+] (e.g. 1,800 ppm) for up to 6 weeks may have positive results in some reef aquaria, however corals and other inhabitants may not respond positively in all cases. Monitor system carefully and be prepared to move these organisms to an alternate system with normal [Mg2+] values if necessary.
A glass tank measuring 45x35x35cm 6mm thick. Comes with Matt.