Thank you! The really nice looking "model" shots are shot with my Sony NEX-7 35mm and the rest of my shots are taken with my iPhone 6 (90% of my photos here)Nice captures! What camera do you use? Your fish are amazing.
Magdalensis Chain Sword. I think it's also called Pygmy chain sword? It's my favourite grass-type aquarium plant so far, seems to do well on it's own. I've tried Blyxa before and they needed more care than normal and melted pretty quickly.What's the grass-like plant you have in the front of his tank?
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Nice! My desk is covered in tanks (hubby's too) we had to raise our monitors to make room for the fish ^^ its nice having so many around... just sucks when tank lights turn off.. it feels so dark. But I refuse to battle hair algae again so not extending photoperiod!Here's my study space. I get to have Callisto right next to me and to look at if I need to take a break from studying. It's always relaxing knowing he's right there to look at Haha, sometimes I turn to look at him and he's just staring at me o____o (probably wants food lol)
I'd love to have some more on my study desk but then I'd have no room to study... LOL!Nice! My desk is covered in tanks (hubby's too) we had to raise our monitors to make room for the fish ^^ its nice having so many around... just sucks when tank lights turn off.. it feels so dark. But I refuse to battle hair algae again so not extending photoperiod!
Loving it, I think the plants appreciate sand substrate more than gravel. Also it improved the overall look and feel of the tankYou're tank really has come a long way. How are you liking the sand substrate?
Oooooooh yeah, it does look good! I very much like the sand. I think your tanks are like works of art, really.
Loved reading this journal! Your tanks are so lovely! The water is so crystal clear. Did you buy Castor from aqua bid?