Tapatalk people can't see jack diddly unfortunately.
But I'm fine with either DBP Club or DBPC Member.
I know right! I tried every setting on Tapatalk to try to see peoples sig lines. It makes it so much easier to see their build threads and get a taste of their personality. I like just: DBP Club! that's what is in my sig, hyperlinked, with jumping smiley
Such is life.
Count me in! I was originally going to get the 18" tank but decided I'd rather go with two 2.5 gallons, as shown in my sig. I'd like to get the 18" eventually, but my husband already thinks I am tank-crazy enough for the time being. His favorite part so far, is when I told him I had to trim my moss ball. I also have a DBP 75 gallon for my mbuna cichlids. I have two purple cabomba trimmings spinning around in it for fish toys, but I don't think that counts as being planted. Any new tanks I get will be DBP. I love the perfect black silicone, clear glass, and smooth mitered edges. Can't believe they are cheaper than the big box brands and so much nicer.
WOW 75g that's a big one . Never count out other brands for nanos. I keep all kinds . They're different but all great for their differences
Yeah, I would like to find one that has the same footprint as my 2.5 gallons, but is twice the height. Saw one at an auction and am kicking myself for not buying it. Here's my 75 gallon - I thought my cichlids would eat the plants, but they are being completely ignored. I might try growing some now that I know it will not be lunch. I usually give them spinach leaves so they must taste better.
I say just go for it. Any Neocaridina species will be relatively manageable. Plus, how will you know until you just go for it? I'm probably going to keep Caridina, and it scares me just thinking about it. I know if I want to keep them bad enough, I'll just figure it out. Lose all my shrimp first go around? Back up on the horse. Though it would make a neat tank for your pet Betta as well. IMO, it's better suited for a shrimp tank because of the length, but I like shrimpies best. Just sit and stare at the tank, envisioning it as whatever you want. Then start making it happen. Welcome to the Club!