HAHAHAHAHAHA ok....my fishies are having identity crises
So I was staring at my new fish (like ya do) and at first for a while they were all hanging out in the left corner, then I fed them and they all ate, and then bellies full, the Embers decided to go exploring as a group. So I'm watching them swim across the tank and I notice one little Rasbora that decided to tag along with the group, silly little thing. Then I was looking at the left corner and the rasboras were mostly hiding behind the plants in that corner, but there was one little ember swimming around in front of them looking confused. After a while, the embers went back over to the left corner. I came back into the room a little while later and the embers were out exploring again, still with 1 rasbora tagging along, and there were about 3 embers that stayed behind with the rasboras. I came back in again a little later and the embers were out exploring some more, this time with about 3 rasboras in tow. Silly fishies. They're so tiny and similarly colored they don't know who to hang with! Well...most of them get it right....some of them are confused. or perhaps there's a couple braver rasboras, and a couple more shy embers
Who knows, but they're certainly fun to watch!!!
Thanks! I'm glad they made it safely too! Thanks for the compliment, thanks for the critique though too, I do actually agree with you. I think the DW was a better focal point before I did the rescape....I'm thinking actually that adding moss to the ends of it made it blend more and stand out less. Perhaps that's the problem? I was hoping putting the sword in the center would help pull the focus to that part of the tank....perhaps your right that it just needs to all fill in some more. I think I'll let it grow for a while and see what happens....if it's growing in nicely but the focal point is still not clear (or worse becomes LESS clear) I'll think about rescaping then
....speaking of rescaping....that reminds me i have to go replant a piece of cabomba...thanks for the reminder!