Got some photos of my new rack. It holds my uberis and miniopinna, as well as my BBS hatchery and the two empty tanks for my coccina and rutilans. Beneath it is where I store my water aging bucket.
Then this is a sort of full room shot. The black tub on the bottom shelf is where I also age water. It is specifically for my rutilans green since they have had velvet and I don't want any cross-contamination going on.
It will be nice when my old bed and bedside table are gone and the dresser from the spare room is moved into the corner. I will just need a chair then so I can admire my fish.
My uberis pair love their new home. I got a photo of them both. They are awful photos because I should have cleaned the glass first, but they seem to have no problems with the move. My poor miniopinna male had his nest destroyed and his fry sent everywhere on the way from the sideboard to the rack, but he seems to have rounded everyone up again.
Female in stress colouration
My uberis male is doing less fleeing from the female, so hopefully he gains some further confidence and there starts to be some courtship going on.
Also those photos make them look larger than they are. In reality I would say they are around 3cm from head to tail. They are in about 3 gallons of water and they make it look like so much space.
I killed my Resun air pump today. It's been rattling a lot lately and not pumping as much air and I tried to open the top to have a look and just totally wrecked the inside of it. So for now I am just using my two Aqua One pumps and this cheap one I have, but I will probably have to look at replacing it fairly soon.
Other than that, I haven't done much else fish wise. Just about to go down and hose out the 2ft tank my killifish group used to live in. Considering using it as my plant growing tank. I have the perfect spot on my sideboard for it, as well as a spare lamp. I think if I lay down some ADA Amazonia the plants would thrive.