Which fish can I keep in the Tetra Starter Line 105-litre aquarium?
The aquarium’s size is suitable for miniature cichlids and for tropical freshwater ornamental fish such as neons, mollies, guppies and platies. When choosing your fish, please make sure to keep them in the right conditions. Some species like to live in shoals, others in pairs; in some species, one male fish will live with several females. You also need to consider water parameters such as the pH value and temperature. Your pet retailer will be able to tell you which species will live together peacefully and how many creatures can be kept in your aquarium depending on its size.
How do I clean the filter?
The Tetra EasyCrystal Filter contains a filter cartridge that must be changed around every four weeks to keep the water clean, clear and healthy for the aquarium inhabitants. The cartridges are easy to use – you won’t even get your hands wet. This technology also means you never have to spend ages cleaning the filter housing. The set includes two filter cartridges. Please remember to turn off the electricity before carrying out any care measures.
Can I keep marine fish in the Tetra Starter Line aquarium?
No. Marine fish require a very specific habitat, particularly when it comes to the condition, maintenance and quality of the water. They also need significantly more space than the 105 litres offered by this model.
How do I look after my aquarium?
Your pet retailer will be able to provide very good tips. You can also find detailed information at https://www.tetra.net/en-gb/discover/tools/practical-tools/care-system.
Which food do I need for which fish?
Your pet retailer will be able to provide very good tips. You can also visit https://www.tetra.net/en-gb/discover/tools/practical-tools/who-eats-what for a clear list of the most popular tropical fish species and details of what they eat.
What is the best way to set up my aquarium?
Your pet retailer will be able to provide further assistance here and recommend products not included in the Tetra Starter Line set. The Tetra website also provides detailed information about setting up and maintaining an aquarium, for example at https://blog.tetra.net/en/en/how-to-setup-an-aquarium/.