It is very popular to keep mosses in your aquarium as they provide many benefits to living beings in the aquarium. You can keep them on the floor and also at the top of the aquarium to make it look good. You can get it in many shapes and colors.
How to choose the best fish for your aquarium?
Many factors could affect your decision. You have to think about whether you want to put the plants in the center of attraction because of their benefits or the fishes. You must consider the factors so that you can make your aquarium look good. Certain fishes must be kept away from the planted aquarium because it can damage the plants which will make the aquarium look bad. Certain plants have strong leaves that prevent it from getting eaten by the fishes.
Where to get the best fish?
Most people who choose plants to have dense leaves so that they can support the background of the tank. The plants take up much space in the tank, so it is important to select the fish that does not damage the plants in any way. There are varieties of fish that you can consider for your tank, but you must ensure that plants or the fishes do not grow up too much that there is not enough space for both of them. By keeping peacock moss in your tank, you can maintain the temperature so that the fishes and other living things do not feel suffocated in the aquarium. The temperature of the water is kept medium so that the plants can grow quickly and the fishes live longer in it.
Many companies offer different kinds of mosses so that they can make their aquarium look good. This type of moss gets its name by the glowing of its leaves in the water when they are in a cool environment.
Do you know about the symbiotic relationship between the plants and fishes in an aquarium?
What here I mean by the symbiotic relationship is that in such situation both the parties involved in the aquarium live in a mutually benefiting relationship. Both help each other to survive. The plants provide the fishes with oxygen, which s the result of the food prepared by them. To make this plant food, the plant needs carbon dioxide as an ingredient. This is provided to the plant by the fishes. So the first point goes as both plants and fishes exchange the gases.
Moving on, the plants provide the fishes with natural food that is the shrimp and snails. Trust me; fishes love to eat them. No, I don’t know this because I was a fish in my previous birth, it is be3casue my fish does like it. Well, after eating, the fish naturally produces water material, and the plants use these excreta as fertilizer, which helps them grow.
In addition to all that, the presence of the plants makes fishes feel home likes. Yea, it is true! Also, the algae naturally occur in the stagnant water of the aquarium. This alga adversely affects both the plans and the fishes and makes it overcrowded or suffocating in the aquarium. Here both the plants and fishes work together as a team and kick out the algae. Not literally, but the algae eating fish van eat it or you will need to scrape it off.