This is probably a stupid question, but does anyone know if it's ok to leave the blue lights on at night? The tank is on my nightstand & I'd kind of like to use it as a nightlight. :)
I'm not sure of a black-light but normally it isn't good to keep lights on for your betta's sake. This is because, you may have noticed, fish don't have eyelids like us! They don't have eyelids at all in fact! As a result, their eyes can be harmed by the light and they may have trouble sleeping, because fish also sleep! You don't see them sleeping because, well, they have no eyelids! Lol! So, I would avoid keeping that light throughout the night.. Hope that answered it in some way :)
I'm STILL surprised at how long it has grown. Believe it or not, that is 4 long stems bunched up. But their SO long!!! Over a foot long each!
And my shrimpies have done an EXCELLENT job on nomming up the algae that took over my plants. My Wisteria barely survived. I only have 1 piece of wisteria growing. I'm hoping I can save it.
Good luck with the wisteria; I have never tried them out. Anacharis is the only live plant I have ever had so far, and although is is definitely over a foot by now, it is not as thick or green as yours! Unless I get it under the filter, they grow much thicker, which is probably some sort of tropism effect. 0-0 Anyways your tank is beautiful!
Haha I see that just can't figure out how to do it yet kinda new lol
Well.... you just go to advanced settings, you click the paper clip, click the choose file button on the pop up, then pick a picture, hit upload, and then once finished, hit choose file again and upload again until you have all the pictures you want lol. then you can click the arrow next to the paper clip and click the 'insert all' button. and BAM multiple pictures. :) have fun lol.