Bubbles in My Tank After Assembly
Why Did Bubbles Appear in My Tank?
When bubbles appear in your tank, you might wonder what is happening. Are they bubbles? Are they gel? The answer is that they're harmless bubbles that should disappear with time. It's a very natural process.
These bubbles will not harm your frogs.
To speed up the bubble popping time, just use a plastic spoon or a straw to run along the inside of the tank to pop the bubbles and your tank will return to normal. A very good thing about the bubbles is that they mean your frogs are getting more than the oxygen they need which is healthy. Bubbles usually happen after a water change.
Bubbles on your plant mean it's going through healthy photosynthesis and won't be negatively affected at all.
We are regularly asked about our BioSphere sizes for these crazy, amazing critters! We love these frogs and appreciate folks' concerns about their care and habitat. African Dwarf Frogs are Amphibians - not Fish. Many folks (and web sites) reference ...
Replacing your Classic BioSphere
Sometimes it is necessary to replace your BioSphere. The attached videos will assist with setting up your new BioSphere.
Generally, algae is not harmful to the frogs, but if you are like me, you don't like the way it looks! Here is a little information to try: There are a few factors that can start the growth of algae in your Biosphere: 1) The Nitrate Level is high, ...
If the plant in your tank turns yellow, it's most likely that the plant has died. If you recently purchased your BioSphere, please reach out to the store that you purchased it from and inquire about their warranty policy. For the safety of the ...
Click the following links for video instructions. Standard Size BioSphere: https://vimeo.com/463136540 Gallon Size BioSphere: https://vimeo.com/463136531 You'll want to do a 50% water change every 2 to 3 months. This is most noticeable when ...