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Questions and Answers

What is your favorite thing about working at Aquarium Co-Op?

Aquarium Co-Op has a great sense of family and community. This is my favorite thing about working here. It feels like all I do is important, and that shows in sales and views. And it’s a good feeling to know people trust my judgement.

Tell us about your work history. I’m self-taught in every sense. Everything I know was acquired through hours of research and practice. I am inspired by my appreciation for cinematography, score and how it can be used to create the best videos and photos possible within my skill-set.

What was your greatest moment at Aquarium Co-Op and why? It has been meeting the legends of this hobby and documenting it for the world.

What do you do in your daily job at Aquarium Co-Op? My main job is to be the cameraman and edit the videos from scratch to finish. All graphics, animation, color, sound, and music are included. I also create labels and graphics for many in-house products, and take all the product photos to the website.

What is your favorite fish and why? My favorite fish are Celestial Pearl Danios because they look like a tiny brook trout, Pseudomugil luminatus (Red Neon Blue Eye Rainbowfish) because I like their amazing fin action and Melanotaenia herbertaxelrodi (Yellow Rainbowfish) because I love rainbows, how they flash and because it’s really hard to find a nice yellow fish.

What would your dream aquarium be? An aquascaped 800 gallon with as many Celestial Pearl Danios as will fit.

Type of tank: Community planted tank – How long has it been setup? About 6-8 months – Fish stocking list: Celestial Pearl Danios, Melanotaenia herbertaxelrodi, Pseudomugil luminatus, cherry shrimp, ramshorn snails – What is your biggest goal or challenge with this aquarium? Evaporation is my biggest challenge because it’s open top

Easy Green This is because it’s extremely user-friendly and doesn’t require any complicated. It’s safe and easy to use for all kinds of livestock. It takes the guess work out of fertilizing aquarium plants. – Xtreme Krill and Spirulina Flake Foods – Flake food is very versatile because you can feed larger flakes to large fish, but you can also break them up to feed nano fish. Xtreme flakes look more natural than other flake foods. They have grooves, so they don’t appear processed. It was created by an experienced hobbyist and not a large company. The reason why I use both types of flakes is because you can’t just feed protein or veggies all the time, you have to mix it up so that your fish get a variety of foods. Coarse Sponge Block It can be cut to fit any type of filter and has the right amount of pores per inch to ensure that it is easy to clean.

– Don’t overspend on livestock that you don’t already have the perfect habitat for, it will end in disaster and you’ll lose money – be patient and wait until you have the best setup for the livestock you want to keep, THEN spend the money. – Don’t jump to conclusions when your fish are doing something out of the ordinary, medication should be used as a last resort. If your fish don’t like a cover, you can put a tank lid on overnight. In my experience, my fish always jump out of the tank at nighttime – especially rainbow fish. – Only stock your tanks to the point where you will not have a disaster if something else is taking up more of your attention or you are away from your tanks for an extended period of time. Stocking less is always better. Always consider the worst case scenario. I.E. If you are away for 7 days, a good trim can make a big difference. It will make your plants bushier and healthier. Even if your jungle tanks are full, a trim will keep them under control and not shade other plants. Don’t be afraid to use your scissors!