Well I was feeding my burdigala group and decided to snap a few shots while everyone was out and about. Otherwise when the light is on I never see them. I'm hoping darker water, thicker surface plant growth and some java moss will help them become more comfortable.
I really should have done a headcount when I moved them into this tank. I reckon there would have to be somewhere between 20-40 fish in there.
One of the smallest juveniles in the tank
Four brothers sharing lunch
Showing off that beautiful dorsal
Juvenile being bossy (think maybe a female)
Young male bossing around an older female
Some males and females hanging out
I wish my uberis and 'spare' males were more receptive to having their photos taken as I feel like I am just photographing the same fish. My rutilans are being treated for velvet so can't have their photo taken, and my wild-caught burdigala pair are hard to get decent photos of.
Be good when I have a couple more species in my fish room so I can get a more diverse range of photos haha
My persephone tank is almost exactly how I wanted it to look. Just really want some watersprite, some duckweed and some java moss to finish it off.
Some males decided it was a good day for sparring while Ugly Betty was beating an overly curious sister off her leaf.