- Jan 23, 2005
This tank has gone through a few different changes, but has settled in. I'd originally wanted some finer foreground leaf shapes, but the plecos would have none of that, this plant does not uproot and and allows a nice understory place for the plecos to grub around and the RCS to pick and clean anything missed by the plecos. I have 15 caves made into this piece of wood for the plecos(Leopard frog). the brass tetras are about 2 years old, this is as big as they get, very pretty and excellent schooling, lively fish. Maybe 100 RCS in here. Simple display, but low light + easy care, makes it a nice tank.
Good current, flourite sand, wet/dry filter, 1.7 w/gal and about 30 micromols along the bottom.
Recently send a basket ball sized piece oif bolbitus off for sale, and about 50 dwarf hygros. 30 RCS are culled about once every month or two from the filter.
Now if I can get some Leopard frog fry or have some tetras' spawn, I'm in good shape.