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Brilliant Rummynose Tetra

It display a variety of different colors and patterns across their body. This unusual mix of styles makes them stand out in your tank as one of the most attractive fish. These tetras are popular because of their interesting colors and patterns across their body. Most of their body is plain silver. Their head is a deep red which gives them their name. The caudal fin stands out just as much as the head. It has a zebra-like design of black and white horizontal stripes.



The Black Neon Tetra has a silver body with two distinct adjacent longitudinal stripes which run along the length of its body; one sizeable black bar and a smaller white line above it. It also has two distinctive bands above its eye, which are yellow and red.


Bacopa Caroliniana

  • Origin : Plantaginaceae  Its origins lie in the southeast of the USA, where it is found in marshes, submersed as well as emersed.

  • Care level: Easy  It grows slightly better when fertilised with micro and macronutrients, this is relatively unimportant, though, as well as a fertilisation with CO2.

  • Height: 8-12 Inches  The stems of this plant achieve the best effect in an aquascape when planted in a terracing or stepped group in the middle- or (in larger aquaria) the foreground of the tank.

  • Growth: Slow  Easy to propagate by cuttings; take a side shoot and plant it in the bottom.




Cardinal Tetra

They are an active schooling fish, and they live peacefully in a community aquarium. The main attraction of Cardinal Tetras is their color. Their bodies are typically red and blue. A red stripe runs along the lower side from head to tail, a blue stripe sits just on top. The colors are bright, so a shoal can be a striking sight.


Staurogyne sp.

  • Origin : Acanthaceae  It was found in River Rio Cristalino in the southern Amazonas.

  • Care level: Easy  Moderate to high lighting and water temperature 20 – 30°C are essentials for this plant.

  • Height: 3-5 Inches  It has low and bushy stature (5-10 cm) and small green leaves (each stem is 3.4 cm wide).

  • Growth: Slow  They are generally slow-growing plants, so not particularly high maintenance. The stems can grow at different rates, cut the faster ones back down to recreate the carpet look.


Vesicularia Montagnei ‘Christmas moss’

  • Origin : Hypnaceae  Native in Asia.

  • Care Level: Easy  It prefers water temperature 15-30° C and moderate to high lighting.

  • Height: 1-1.5 mm  The emersed form has almost round to wide-oval leaves and an acute, sharp-pointed and rather short tip. Under a microscope, the leaf cells are visible. They are relatively broad (only 2 to 3 times longer than wide) and thin-walled.

  • Growth: Slow  Propagate by cutting off excess growth, then reattach to new surface. Portion is around loose tennis ball size.


Cherry Barb

They are brightly colored fish and one of the most popular in their family. Their vibrant colors and schooling nature are adored by aquarists of all levels. The appearance is the first thing that draws you in. True to their name, these fish are a bright cherry red pretty much from head to toe.


Straight Tweezer 30cm

  • Eases the planting in new and established aquariums

  • High quality stainless steel

  • For planting of both tiny carpet plants and larger plants

  • Also a great tool to help you place Nutrition Capsules in the bottom layer.



Put the fertilizer under the gravel about 3-5cm deep, and about 2-3cm beside the water plant.



Star Moss

  • Origin : Pottiaceae  It is native to Europe, Asia, North America, the Middle East, the Pacific, South Africa, North Africa, and Australia.

  • Care level: Easy  This type of moss is one that will grow almost everywhere but preferred water temperature 12-26°C. Star moss will especially do best in moderate to high light environments.

  • Height: 1-4 Inches  It has a shallow root structure known as rhizoids that allows it to anchor itself to surfaces and grow erect stems up to 4 centimeters tall.

  • Growth: Slow  To propagate Star Moss, simply divide into smaller patches and place in separate areas.


Ammania sp. Bonsai

  • Origin : Lythraceae  Cultivated in Asia.

  • Care level: Moderate to Advanced  Water temperature range from 22 to 27 °C and moderate to high lighting is recommended, CO2 and the addition of fertilizers,thus the stems will develop a reddish orange hue.

  • Height: 1-7 Inches  It often melts when planted submerged so it helps to grow it emersed first.

  • Growth: Fast  Propagation is done by cutting the stem and replanting it.


  • Scenery Rock make your aquarium color balance with gray color.
  • pH : Alkaline
  • Color : Gray
  • Size and Shape : Random (2kg)

Cyperus Helferi

  • Origin : Cyperaceae  A plant originally from Southeast Asia, widely known especially in Thailand. The genus Cyperus (papyrus sedges) comprises about 900 species, among them the African papyrus (Cyperus papyrus) and the well-known houseplant C. alternifolius.

  • Care level: Easy  CO2 can aid in faster growth, a good supply of nitrate, phosphate, potassium and micronutrients enhance growth and further a healthy look and water tolerance range from 20-27° C.

  • Height: 3-7 Inches  The water flow in the aquarium must be low or moderate in order not to aggressively treat delicate plant and allow it to reverse its long, thin, arched leaves in the form of rosettes.

  • Growth: Slow  Propagation done by taking trims of the top of the plant and planting them upside down in the substrate.


Anubias barteri var. nana ‘Yellow heart’

  • Origin: Araceae  A part of cultivar but indigenous in Asia.

  • Care Level: Easy It grows under low lighting and adding Co2 will contribute to the plant's growth and also water temperature condition  12-30° C.

  • Height: 1-4 Inches  Ideally place in foreground or attached in the woods through its rhizome.

  • Growth: Slow  Propagation is done by cutting the leaves and tying it up.



Sanyu Ichiban Tropical Fish Food



Mydilab Bactoclean 180ml 

  • Reduce water cycling period during tank setup
  • Reduce fish loss
  • Breakdown excrement and food waste
  • Reduce harmful bacteria
  • Water is crystal clear and in optimal range
  • Support the biological balanace in the aquarium