Don't really fancy that one, doesn't look like it bunches well from the photos I have seen of it.JAmesM said:What about Bacopa Australis?
Not a fan either, not easy to grow that tall from what I have seen, or I might be wrong!! thanks for the sugestions guysaaronnorth said:micrantemum micranthemoides (what i have in my tank) Takes a while to get nto a nice shape but it is just strating to go nicely now.
Thanks for the sugestions Fred, going to MA tomorrow to pick up my Cardinal Sulawesi shrimp for my shrimp only tank and will see whats available there, and thanks for the positive comments.Fred Dulley said:Personally, I would try Didiplis diandra. However, looking at it now, even a small piece of wood with Bolbitis heudelotii could look quite cool.
Tank looks ace by the way.
Many thanks Ark, I have this tank for a few years, but only over the last 18 months I have dedicated it to plants, I only installed the pressurized system 4 months ago. Since then made a couple of major changes as you can see in my blog.Ark said:nice scape
how long have you had this set up?
what camera do you use to take your pictures and do you have any extras on it for close up shots?
Will do been lazy lately as not much as happened in the tank, and just posting pics of the same stuff kinda gets annoying for everyone LOLa1Matt said:Good luck with the Sulawesi's Paulo.
Can't wait to see pictures of them. Also, if you don't mind... some more pics of your apistogramma would be great 8)
I have done my research too and someone is breeding them with PH 6.4 and also someone else is breeding them together with CRS, so looks like its not really a necessity!Garuf said:Just a word on the sulawesi, I've read up and apparently they like there water like rock and a ph of 8+
Yeah was lucky to get that shot in, came out ok which is suprising lol It is a male betta, more photos on previous pages! cheersThomas McMillan said:wow, that photo where its mouth is open is amazing! is that a male betta?
Its one of those shots that happens out of the blue cause you have the camera at handaaronnorth said:amazing, you can even see some of it's bones
The Apistos don't bully anyone, but the betta does keeps chasing the rainbows about. Too fast for it though!Ark said:do the apistos ever bully/chase any of the smaller fish...
if they open theyre mouth like that infront of a harle raboras i think hes have quite a shock
You welcome, I will try and get some more at some pointa1Matt said:That would have been me! Great pics, thankyou very much
Many thanksjohnny70 said:Stunning Beautiful apisto's you have there mate, really nice