Just be grateful that rescape was done in under three hours. You wouldn’t be sharing the photo if I’d sank any more beersHahaha hmmmm course not, it was full still
Keep going round in circles @Jayefc1 so having a think. Happy to have a mixed bag on the 1200 but the 600 needs a single species that suits.What fish you thinking mate
Cheers @Ady34Looking great Geoffrey. Rescape looks epic.
I like the line up of the 600 beside the bigger tank with the same cabinet finish......mmmm
Ha, the joys of young kidsCheers @Ady34
The Pinnatifida is going to need some love next few weeks after the rescape. When I had the millennium rock covered in pinna on the floor our youngest jumped on it like a rocking horse. It’ll recover but giving it some R&R before going too scissor happy (the bits everyone doesn’t see when rescaping with young kids ).
It was either a 600 and 1200, or settle on a 1500. Love your 1500 by the way @Ady34 a real classic on UKAPS and a great source of inspiration. It’s @Siege with his two 600’s and the 900 that got the scape envy going.
Looking forward to your all out ADA setup @Ady34 will be something special I’m sure
Think he’s nearly there. The hardscape looks great on the AS600 rescape.Has @Siege actually got all 3 scapes yet though lol
With a keen eye on balance and ample o2 all sorts are possible. Wouldn’t attempt that much light without the wet/dry system or shielding with a heavy amount of floating plants.Some lighting you have over the 600 too
Surely it depends on how big your scape is.....and how many non existent fish you need to feedIf anyone wants to know how many Jammy Dodger biscuits it takes to make a mess of your scape on startup, the answer is eight. Courtesy of the youngest trying to feed the non-existent fish.
Oh boy Would scream if it weren’t so darn funny