Eheim Rena

By · Wednesday, December 9th, 2009

Eheim Rena
What is the best filter for a 75 gallon tank with 3 turtles turtle beef in it?

I'm considering Filstà Rena XP3 and Fluval 405 or Eheim 2236. Does anyone has better luck with one or the other for turtles? thanks !!!!! WOW you are very intelligent turtle! I know what you are saying about these small being messy! They are about a year old. How big are your turtles? I really like the idea of the pond … we consider that when we get to our children finished room and has more space! I would like to see the photos.

Anmy filter that pumps more water per second .. I have had 2 sliders for 36 years now, plus 8 years old and 5 years of age. That's how I took care of them for 36 years. Great pets. I was in a stand alone 150gal pond from Sears .. for about 6 years now .. ** Here is some important and a lot of information. If he or she is small get feeder guppies or feeder goldfish small paper, frozen Brown .. Brown worms or live worms in a fish store. Petco, PetSmart or not to carry live worms .. ** Red-eared sliders, Gender especially young people, sex can be difficult. Gender in adults is determined by external physical characteristics and behavior. The males have claws longer front (used in courtship), greater length of the tail, a longer distance of the body to the opening of the vent, a tail that is more thick at the base and generally a smaller body size and shell length. Turtles are considered juveniles till after 5 years of age. Its main The minimum size for re-breeding enclosure hicotea should be a minimum of 20-gallon aquarium. As a general rule, water depth must be at least 2 times the length of the turtle, with several extra inches of air space between the surface of the water to the top of the tank to prevent leakage. So if your turtle is 4 "in everything you need at least 10 to 12 "of water for swimming. For ONE 4 to 5 inches in length regulators, the recommended minimum surface area of the enclosure is 50 liters, more tank with an extra square foot for each additional turtle. What to eat in the wild, re-eared sliders eat animal and plant sources food. However, juveniles are mainly meat eaters but love the green. In captivity, the diet of children should be a commercial pellets of turtles and small feeders guppies or goldfish or minows. Hatchlings and juveniles should be fed on a daily basis. The diet can be supplemented with fish living of an appropriate size (guppies, goldfish), Tubiflex worms and earthworms. Plant material in the form of finely chapped leafy greens or vegetables can be offered once a week, but may not be readily accepted until they grow. Fill tank with approximately 20 feeder guppies and / or 10 to 15 small goldfish. know at all times to replenish the supply of live food. just count what's left and then fill it again .. Get a cuttle bone from the department of birds and decreased the water for added calcium. Hopefully they can eat and that's what I want. For adults the diet may consist of some commercial turtle pellets. Over 80% of their diet is fresh alive fish to catch in its waters, which also gives them exercise when trying to catch dinner. Adults should be fed greens, romaine lettuce, red leaf lettuce, mustard greens, dandelion, watercress, parsley. Chard, shredded carrots, shredded squash, thawed frozen mixed vegetables and fruit. The Adults can be fed every two or three days. NO iceberg or cabbage! Vital Statistics Total Body length: 5-8 "average, up to 12 cm max. Hope life: 15-25 years or more males have claws more .. Water quality and Filtration Sliders are voracious and tend to eat a real lack of water quickly with their habits disordered eating and frequent defecation. Therefore, a system must be in place for good quality water. Partial to full water changes can be made. Many of the systems filter is available to various health problems .. *** If you take proper care of your Trachemys scripta elegans, providing excellent housing, nutrition, lighting and heating, which is unlikely to ever become ill or injured. However, it is still important to familiarize yourself with common diseases that controls can quickly identify their own regulator, if you become ill. The following are some of the most common medical problems among red-eared regulators. Fungal Infections "Fungal infections are fairly common among red-eared regulators, especially the younger ones. If you look at what appears to be a slight layer of cotton in the shell of your bar or eyes or mouth, is most likely some type of fungal infection. Although their appearance can be alarming, the Most infections in their early stages are fully treatable at home. If a fungal infection is not treated, however, can spread throughout the body and cause serious harm to your turtle. To treat a mild fungal infection, immerse the Red-eared slider in a warm saltwater bath for half an hour each day, with a soft sponge to scrub the infected regions. You can also treat patches of fungus with topical applications of a mild antiseptic such as povidone-iodine. While the problem is not serious, you should notice signs of recovery within a day or two, and a full recovery in about 10-14 days. If your turtle has an infection persistent fungus home treatment is not curing, take it to the vet for treatment. There are drugs available that can treat a fungal infection, if it has not spread too far. "** Shell Rot. First make a dry box to keep the turtle shell rot needs water to grow. keep warm and give plenty of light. Gently rub the skin with a brush and water. The turtle swim for about 20 minutes a day on anything .. your pond water. 1-2 times a day, take a cotton ball apply Hydrogen Peroxide to then to his shell. Will start bubbling which means its cleaning. it. Do not get in eyes. Then Clean the tank and apply providone iodine solution to the shell, the shell layer and not clean it until you are ready to swim the next day. ** Keep this speed for several weeks and must go. . MOST important! Mix in a bird cuttle bone in the water for calcium. will dissolve very slowly and if you eat nothing happens! Respiratory Infections! "Slider turtles and other aquatic species are susceptible to respiratory infections. Most respiratory infections that can affect sliders are mild and easily treated in its early stages, but there are also some particularly virulent infections that can kill a turtle very quickly without veterinary care. Sliders usually develop respiratory infections when their tank is too cold. Symptoms of infection include nasal discharge, breathing wheezing, unequal swim (a diseased lung changes the turtle buoyancy), lethargy, and refusal to eat. If you identify the disease in its early stages, may be able to treat by removing the sick in their neighborhood bar in a new tank, clean (especially if they own multiple regulators, as most of the respiratory infections are contagious) and keeping a few degrees warmer than normal. Heat is the most crucial factor in treating respiratory infections in the home. If the condition persists for more than a few days or worsens, bring your slider to your veterinarian, to treat the infection with antibiotics "." Contact herpetologicalsocieties.com. Ps .. I have arthritis in my hands, so I've pasted my answer for you. I just try to help both pet owners as I can. Good luck.

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