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Small aquariums are not recommended for beginners because they can be more challenging to maintain than larger aquariums. In larger aquariums, conditions are more likely to be stable, and if something goes wrong, you have more time to fix it. For beginners, aquariums between 20 and 55 gallons are ideal. Start with the biggest aquarium that your space and wallet will allow.
Setting up the biological balance in an aquarium takes time. The safest way to cycle a freshly set up aquarium is to 1) add just a few fish initially, 2) feed sparingly, and 3) test ammonia and nitrite levels until they stabilise at zero before adding more fish. There are products on the market that help speed up this process. Continue doing this until the aquarium is completely stocked.
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A fresh aquarium is like a biological blank canvas. A sudden excess of fish waste can cause toxic ammonia and nitrite levels to rise to risky and even lethal levels because the microbes that filter water and maintain equilibrium in the aquarium are not established. Additionally, a longer-than-average cycling period may result from this.
Without testing the water, it is impossible to determine whether ammonia or nitrite issues are present or whether it is safe to add fish to your new aquarium. Existing fish frequently adapt to gradually increasing levels of nitrite and ammonia and may not exhibit signs of distress until it is too late. If added to an aquarium with high levels, new purchases may experience severe stress because they do not have time to adjust. You cannot see ammonia or nitrite in water, and there is no “safe” time interval for adding new fish. Only testing can determine if the water in your aquarium is safe for use.
When you first start keeping fish, you want to buy each and every one you see. But no matter how big or effective the filter, there is a limit to how many fish a new aquarium can hold. Many fish gain weight after being bought, and some fish develop aggressive tendencies when surrounded by other fish. Always err on the side of having too few rather than too many fish in your aquarium.