[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Re: [APD] Raise CO2 until fish act weird

It's def not the same for all fish. In fact, if you have Amano shrimp, they seem among the first to head to the surface and hang out there when the CO2 starts too get high. You probaslby won't run into real trouble until you get up around 50 ppm. But given the margin of error in the way aquatic gardeners calculate the CO2 level, you want to use observation of the animals to verify the safety of a calculated CO2 level.
* * * * * * * * * * * 
The Northeast Council of Aquarium Societies (NEC) celebrates its 50th year of service at its 31st annual convention, April 7-9, 2006 -- including *An Evening with Aquarium Legends*.
Read the speaker list, then download the registration form, and get set to join the fun at what promises to be the year's biggest tropical fish convention.
And while you're there, attend the AGA's annual meeting Friday afternoon (2-4pm). This year's speaker is Claus Christensen, Tropica's Managing Director. 

----- Original Message ----
From: Billionzz at aol_com
To: aquatic-plants at actwin_com
Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2006 2:32:01 PM
Subject: [APD] Raise CO2 until fish act weird

Is there a CO2 level where all fish start to act weird or does it  vary much 
from one species to another?

If they all start to act weird in somewhat the same range, what would that  
CO2 range be?

Aquatic-Plants mailing list
Aquatic-Plants at actwin_com