This week I have big plans for my fish room.
Once the new goldvine I purchased has been soaked enough to sink, I will be moving my B. persephone colony into a 60x30x36cm tank. Since it is shorter than their present home, I can then fit my rutilans grow-out next to it. They had to get shifted off my rack due to issues with space and I want them back on there.
I want to split my hendra fry and burdigala fry that are currently sharing a grow-out tank up, so they are both in separate 45cm tanks as they are starting to become aggressive towards each other. However, they are infected with ich so I will be treating them all together first before I move them.
I also sold off my three unimaculata juveniles so I only have the father and a young female now. Their tank was originally bare bottom and with minimal decoration as it was serving as a holding tank/grow-out. The plan is to add substrate (Up-Aqua soil as they don't need a super low pH), some broken up terracotta pots for caves and some wood and IAL just to give it a more natural feel. Plants will be giant/standard duckweed and some vallisneria nana.
The uberis female is still alive and hanging in there. She doesn't seem to be looking as bad as she was, but she is still not eating, which is worrying as she was such a pig previously.
Also, my uberis fry in the grow-out are maturing nicely. Shame nearly 90% of them seem male.