Join Date: Feb 2016
Location: In a College Dorm in the heart of Texas
For one amazon sword, the stock lights should be perfectly fine. You won't want too much light on it because swords can grow over a foot tall (about 2 feet I believe). As long as it stays alive, you are fine. As for the dead leaf just pull it out. You can clip it off with scissors or fingernails. I would only bother upgrading the light if the sword starts dying or you add a ton of plants.
As for the goldfish in the 3-gallon, I would advise upgrading since goldfish need at least 10 gallons when they are young (30+ is recommended). Your sponge filter from the betta cup is very innovative, though, it's not something I have seen before. Good job on that.
Squirt (VT/CT) Apollo (HMDTPK) Hank (HMPK) Adam (VT/CT)
My Milk Snails:
Flash | Priscilla | Rapunzel | Eugene | Flynn
Those Gone Too Soon:
|Destiny (Baby) 8/17/2016-9/13/2016|Eric (HMPK) 3/30/2016-1/3/2017|
My Journal: The Making of a Fish Fanatic
Last edited by RussellTheShihTzu; 12-30-2016 at 11:24 PM.
Reason: Violating BF Rule #2.