The cherry barb babies have finally started free swimming, and I removed a huge clump of moss which was growing across the whole centre top of the tank and blocking the view, so I got a photo of them (top right):
Still not sure if they are boys or girls. They look redder or yellower depending on the light cycle as it goes through dawn to dusk.
There are 4. Three tiddlers (1cm) and one nearly twice the size. All active and eating from the sinking fish food and off the moss. They LOVE Repashy.
One is much braver than the others - one of the small ones.
The plants are really filling out now.
And the shrimp are loving standing ‘surfing’ on the tossing foliage and feeding.
One of the wood shrimp.
They both turned bright orange, then one turned back to brown. Here he is:
No pics of Tagawa this time.
He was far too busy blowing bubbles behind the filter to want to model today. Busybusybusy. Just in case there was a passing lady to impress.
: (Kham) mature setup; betta, purple rasboras, amano and wood shrimp. Heavily planted.
22litre cube tank
: (Tagawa); betta, 1 amano, yellow dwarf shrimp. Pond snails and 1 assassin. Heavily planted.
57litre cube tank
: ember tetras, 2 amano, 1 nerite, pond snails, 1 assassin, doing his thing. Heavily planted.
; honey gourami, cherry barbs, green neons, otocinclus, nerites, pond snails, amano. Heavily planted.