*sigh* So she's back to being stubborn again,would not eat blood worms yesterday at meal time, still refuses pellets too =,=
ThanksI'm rooting for him to recover!
What a strange thing! Mrs. Fish used to jump a lot; I heard her hit the lid even with the water level lowered 1.5 inches below the black strip that holds the lid.
DUnno why he decided to jump and twice in 1 day but he seems fine now. Surprisingly no fin damage and as far as can tell no scale damage either.I have had them.jump out of blue too. Makes you wonder. Hope he recovers ok for you.
I know right! Thank you. No soil, no root tabs its just gravel and fish. I dose once a week with 2-4 drops of flourish and maybe once every few weeks with 1-2 drops potassium, that's it.Plant coverage has filled in very nice in 20! Great girl tank. Amazing how tall bamboo is. Do you have it in dirt or just water? Sorry to hear Aristoles is slowing down.
The one at the top of the post is a different fish from the lower one in the cup.Oh, okay. Is it the same one with spots in the cup? I'm glad you were able to bring them home.
I never had issues,it can take a bit to acclimate to water growth but if the vine is long and has several leaves already they tends to transition to water covered roots quicker.LOL. I've seen a lot of Dalmatians popping up around the forum. My new DT boy, Ringo, a rescued girl, and your boy. Maybe they are the new "Koi"? Beautiful boys! I'm jealous of your tanks! I tried growing a Pothos, but it didn't take well to the water, having already been rooted in dirt. How do you do it?!
Yeh they're a pretty durable plant.I did pothos in tanks, too. You just cut anywhere on the vine and put the cut end in the water. It might take a few weeks, but it will grow new roots in the water. It may grow so many roots in the water that the roots will need trimming from time to time. You can do the same thing but put the cut end in dirt, and it will grow for you. It's very hardy and can adjust to most lighting situations over time, too. I once took a yellow vine with one shriveled, brown leaf and turned it into a plant that grew up the curtains and ruined them just by watering it once a week.