Found some inspiration the other day. Decided to start scaping my ol 20 long. For some reason I love the footprint of this aquarium. So the idea is to have a lush anubias and moss scape, with only mini fish species as inhabitants hints micro.
Sort of an reverse Jurassic park theme type thing lol.
This is what I'm thinking
And this is what I've done so far
Added the moss to the stones introduced 6 orange rasbora and 2 auto cats. Still in transition scaping, planting, and stocking, I've been planning on removing 2 petricola cats and a black calvus just haven't gotten around to it yet... At a cost! 2 of the rasbora a are missing
planning to detain the culprits and transport them to the 75g tomorrow.
For the scape I would like to keep the hard scape the same but incorporate a moss wall for the background, moss coving the stones completely, and anubias trailing at a slant from left to right.
Using led lighting, dosing excel flourish an potassium with a 50% water change once a week.
Because anubias is such a slow grower I plan to grow a large portion emersed in order to achieve quicker growth. Hopefully I can end up with some extra to sell or trade here on the forums.
The fish I'm thinking of stocking are:
More of the same type rasbora you know to replace the 2 that have disappeared, small school of CPDs, small school of Pygmy Cory cats, shrimp, and possibly a dwarf puffer or maybe a pair of apistos. Not sure if the last two will eat the shrimp or not? Any experience with this?
Well I'll be back to update soon
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