20g long NPT: 3 german blue rams, 1 powder blue dwarf gourami, 12 harlequin rasboras, and 2 otos
20g regular PT: 9 female bettas, 6 dwarf cories, and 2 mystery snails
10g divided PT: 1 male DT Halfmoon betta and 1 male Super Delta elephant ear
2.5g: 1 male Halfmoon betta
Lol well, I'm pretty frustrated with it (and lots of other things ) right now. There is no new growth and the majority if the plants are melting, especially the wisteria and hygrophila 'siamensis'... They better perk up, plants are expensive!
Recently did a huge cleaning and replaced the gravel with sand. So beautiful! I am so happy with it.
Amazon swords, that may or may not be dying...
Java moss, tied down and a clump floating
Dwarf water lettuce
And one tiny, adorable moss ball!
And I STILL want more plants! Hahaha.
5.5 - Xerxes. Divided 20L - Henrietta & many snails.
Swimming in the warm waters of betta heaven: Milo, Dragon, Jasper, Shiloh.
I just changed my 5.5 gallon over from sand substrate to soil and more planted...I haven't added livestock yet, I feel like something's not right yet. I don't know. It seems so crowded, but I guess it's not, right? It just seems that way because the plants take up a lot of the open swimming room he had before? And one of the swords I bought is already too tall, the leaves are out of the water. Is that ok, or should I move it to a larger tank?
Currently in there: 2 anubias, one melon sword, one rubin sword, anacharis, micro sword, Brazilian penny wort, water sprite, cabomba, java moss and a small moss ball. Did I overdo it? Plants were cheap, and I already had the anacharis and cabomba, it was growing like a weed so I propagated it from the other tank, and I still have a big pile I didn't plant/place yet. One stem of cabomba I pulled out was literally 4 feet long.