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Thursday, June 17, 2010

API AQUARIUM TEST KIT COLOR CHARTS


API AQUARIUM TEST KIT COLOR CHARTS

Images of API Aquarium Test Kit charts / Cards for both Salt Water and Fresh Water.

API Ammonia Test Kit Color Chart / Card

API Nitrite Color Chart / Card


API Nitrate Color Chart / Card



API PH Color Chart / Card

API Phosphate Color Chart / Card

6 comments:

  1. is it okay if i do regular water change daily just to bring down the ammonia level in my fish tank without buying any ammonia remover or ammono lock because i don't have any money yet.
    please....any advice????????????

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  2. Well before I could answer that question we want to know why you are having daily ammonia problems? Please give more details. Sorry for taking so long to answer your post.
    How long has tank been set up?
    How large?
    How many fish?
    WHat is ammonia readings?

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  3. I have a 55 gal freshwater tank I want to put 1 male betta, an elephant nose and some neon tetras what would you recommend for other types of fish to put in that won't pick on the betta? I had killifish in there and they were eating by bettas fins. Also do I need to use aquarium salts?

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  4. Hi,

    A very handy and useful water parameters guide.Thanks.

    Just to point out a slight error on the pH FW color chart. The last blue code on the right should be pH 7.4 and the first orange code on top left should be pH 7.6.

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  5. I think the fore most thing that salt water tank needs to have is the cleanliness

    it enhances the longevity of the fishes

    cheers

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  6. Greetings! Very helpful advice within this post!

    It's the little changes that produce the greatest changes. Thanks a lot for sharing!
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