Many thanks mate, the anubias are the petite version, the smallest anubias I have ever seen, I thinking of using them in my nano tank, need to find some more small plants.fish.com1 said:Looking much better than before the rescape Paulo
What species of anubias is in the first pic? It's leaves look tiny.
Thanks Dan, I am going to split the cherries soon to encourage the CRS to breed more, otherwise because the cherries breed some much the CRS will just not breed. Due to already being too many shrimp in the tank.TDI-line said:This is a great Journal Shrimp King.
Do you run CO2 on this tank Paulo? And was you going to split up the CRS with the cherries.
Mine are breeding like mad on there own, i think there's about 10 adults, and 20 juvenilles and probably around 40 tiny ones too.
Its not a problem really unless you have like a power head pointing at the substrate, but you can adjust it, I have a very strong internal filter in this tank which lifted the substrate a little, just took a little adjusting to get it right.Dural said:I'm thinking about getting a small 3l bag of naturesoil fine, you said that it seems very light and moves around the tank, do you have any problems cleaning your tank when vacuuming the substrate?
Yeah I did a couple of posts back hehehe its a very nice plant and its doing much better in the low tech tank than its doing in my main tank! Funny that!! Must be the Naturesoilkeymaker said:Thanks, George!
Now I searched on its name and just found out that Paulo actually mentioned it before... Sorry.