May 23, 2008
I've been attempting to keep a record of this tank right from the start, as a guide for beginners, which has been quite interesting and challenging. You can read the full (b)log of it here, although I imagine it is not of that much interest for those of you who are more experienced: http://freshwater-and-brackish.....press.com/
And here are the photos: click for larger photos, as I don't want this thread to take too long to load, or view the whole set!
Now starting to look more like a tank (during the fish-less cycle, where I got overexcited and added plants, then while I was trying to find somewhere that actually sold the fish that I wanted):
And actually interesting stuff starting to happen <img src="style_emoticons//wink.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=";)" border="0" alt="wink.gif" />
The tank already contains a small school of Danio margaritatus and the long term plan is a larger school of Danio and a second school of rosy loaches. I picked up 10 loaches last week, which are now in quarantine for 4-6 weeks because they're almost straight from the wholesalers and are wild caught. They were sold to me as Yunnanilus sp. 'rosy', but they could be Y. brevis instead, still trying to ID.
June 13, 2011
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