Graeme Edwards said:The only thing I will say, is that Anubius at the front may cause your problems getting to close to the glass and become distracting.
A compliment for me to save and appreciate Many thanks.Lovely tank SC, one of my favourites on here
Yep the corys are in there and breeding more prolifically (approx every 4-5 days)but I am still experimenting with the age to transfer them from net in the main tank into the nursery tank and as yet the only survivor is one of the first who is about 2 months old and nearly 2cm long most interesting fish in the tank tooI can see where this tank is going now, and I really like it! It looks so natural and fish choice is great. Are the Cories still in here? Still breeding?
I may add one of these pics to the 'reader's tanks' section on PFKDon't let Jeremy see the state of that glassware
Thanks for the compliments SteveGreat mate! Really inspiring me for my rio 180 when I finally get around to it
It is a first indeed. I think maybe the reason it looks right is because I named it after I set it up and saw how it looked. All the previous ones were named before setting up.Lovely textures Andy. I think you have captured the title of this thread perfectly. Someone is an aquascaper, whether they like it or not.
Many thanks George. I would say that this is the first one that is in the 'favoured' style from the setup but I guess people's opinions may change once I let it fully growI'm impressed, Andy! Well done.
I love harlequins too. These are Espei thoughWow that looks awesome, i love harliquins also
Will try but this is an 80cm tank in a 106cm wide alcove. there is only a 13cm space between tank and wall at each endTake some closer shots of the sides catching the gravel