Even if its not absolutely zero, with the ph at 6.8 the ammonia should not be a major issue now.That looks like 0 to me, but cameras and monitors don't work the same as eyes, particularly in regards to color. If you're a little unsure, you could take it to an LFS and have them read it for you, as something of a sanity check.
Oh really? The shop where I bought it from said its not dyed - maybe they were wrong.One thing finally getting pics of the fish. They are not normal colors and not genetically modified. They are dyed fish, which shortens the life spans a lot and causes a lot of health problems.
It's a genetically modified black skirt, not dyed. Glowfish has had them for years at this point.One thing finally getting pics of the fish. They are not normal colors and not genetically modified. They are dyed fish, which shortens the life spans a lot and causes a lot of health problems.
You'll learn with more experience to not listen to your fish shop. Everything I've learned I've researched or just did it. I've asked advice on certain things im not familiar with and gotten help. Just like everyone on here. I've been in the hobby for awhile and I'm still learning new things. Its never-ending and loads of fun and styles. You'll find the one that sits just right for you.Yes putting live plants has been on my agenda but the fish shop here always guides me against that as they are difficult to maintain and require a different substrate. Else I can also put floating plants. I think I will put live plants... looks better more natural and will help keep nitrate in check.