Things are going pretty well, everyone seems to be breeding pretty vigorously. I just had a little setback when I knocked one of the anubias off the driftwood while a was cleaning the glass, then when I drain the water down to glue it back on, the mini x-mas moss fell off the driftwood.
I'm having a lot of trouble getting this mini xmas moss to firmly attach to the wood. Is that common?
I've got two filters going because I'm trying to get my new AquaClear30 colonized so I can switch over to that instead of the Fluval 206 which I think is overkill. Thoughts?
I also tested my water for the first time in quite awhile, here's what I got:
pH = 7.6 - 7.8
Ammonia = 0
Nitrite = 0
Nitrate = 0
GH = 5 - 6
KH = 5 - 6
TDS = 170
This is pretty much exactly what it's been for months now, so I'm happy with how stable it seems. It's a 50/50 mix of RO water and my well water. Does this water seem "ideal" for RCS breeding? Also what other shrimp would be happy in this water?
Thanks for any comments, here's a photo.