Axolotl Housing – Axolotl Reservoir

For those looking to keep the axolotl as a pet,  You can get this by searching axolotl for sale from best pet provider. we recommend using an 18 inch long tank. The standard 20 gallon aquarium is usually large enough for an adult axolotl.

You don’t want to fill the whole tank with water, just cover the axolotl and let the space move. In general, most enthusiasts will fill their tanks halfway up most tanks, leaving enough water for the axolotl and more room at the top to prevent water from leaking through the movement of the axolotl.

It is better to put black plastic on the black paper under the tank. Because the bottom tank can help the axolotl have a lower, darker tank. Promoters often use polystyrene panels wrapped in black plastic to help color and distribute weight.

It is not necessary to filter the water of the axolotls if you want to change the water regularly. If you choose to use a filter, you have several options, such as a rock bottom, an external “hanging” filter, and a water filter. Everything works fine with axolotls, but most of them are not necessary if you choose to replace the filter. Water in the tank weekly.

Axolotls release a lot of waste, mainly in the form of ammonia (NH3). The nitrification process converts ammonia into a solid, nitrite (NO2). This process is one of the most important filtration processes and is called biofiltration.

If you plan to use a water purifier, we recommend refilling the water before adding the axolotl and “aging” the tank for at least two weeks after the filter is in place. This helps accumulate bacteria in the filter medium and prepare for the addition of axolotls.

Axolotls cannot “grab” the bottom of the glass and cannot cause any stress over time, so it is recommended to use a substrate such as sand or gravel.

Aquarium stones are not recommended for use in axolotl tanks, as small objects can enter the axolotl’s cavity and pose a risk of injury or death to the axolotl. If you want to use stones, you must use stones that are at least the size of peas, at least 1/4 inch in diameter. Alternatively, fine sand can be used as it will not cause clogging in the axolotl.

The most common rock used in most axolotl tanks is a mix coated with a polymer to prevent the chemical from seeping into the water and damaging the axolotl. The pebbles have been polymer coated and are available in a variety of shapes and sizes.

Axolotl does not require special lighting and the fluorescent lamp structure of the aquarium will work well with any axolotl tank. Unless you are growing plants, standard “hood” style aquarium lighting is perfect for your aquarium.

Axolotls do not need light to survive, and light is for display purposes only. The only requirement is if you keep the plants in an aquarium that requires special lighting.

warmth and heat
The water in the axolotl tank should be stored at 57-68 degrees, and most homes don’t need heating or cooling to maintain this temperature.

A temperature below 57 degrees slows down the metabolism and slows down the axolotl. Temperatures above 68 degrees increase the risk of infection, and temperature changes between days can be stressful for the axolotl.

If your aquarium needs heat, the electrical equipment used in the aquarium below and inside the tanks is designed for axolotl tanks.