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|04-21-2013 11:11 PM|
You need to get the smallest which is...
Common Name: Petite Nana
Proper Name: Anubias barteri 'Petite'
|04-21-2013 10:31 PM|
|Rilly10||Do you know what variety you ended up getting? I am trying to piece together a second nano and would love a cluster of tiny Anubias!|
|04-21-2013 09:17 PM|
Originally Posted by Rilly10 View Post
|04-21-2013 09:14 PM|
|Rilly10||Gorgeous tank! I love the Anubias on the driftwood!|
|04-21-2013 07:09 AM|
Originally Posted by jspk View Post
Since I think I have two males I want to put one in another tank and add a blue variety to go with the scarlet.
|04-21-2013 07:05 AM|
|jspk||The scarlet badis is so tiny. The pictures make the tank look enormous!|
|04-21-2013 07:01 AM|
|SeattleFishGuy||I believe so yes but not 100% sure, talking to people who breed them say they vary a lot. Someone local has about a dozen they are going to try and breed, it will be interesting to see what happens.|
|04-21-2013 06:35 AM|
|Couesfanatic||Did they turn out to be both males?|
|04-21-2013 06:17 AM|
Thought it was time for an update.
Besides the plants growing like weeds everything is fine in this tank. Still no co2, and I just add a little excel & Flourish during weekly water changes. No much algae to speak off, and I have never had to clean the glass. The two Dario Dario are doing great and I just feed them the mircoworms. There is one Nerite snail with a few other MTS. I did have some CRS in the tank but decided to move them.
Picture coming soon...
|11-06-2012 06:47 PM|
Originally Posted by bat_billy View Post
|11-06-2012 02:07 PM|
|bat_billy||Where did you purchase your Scarlet Badis (Dario Dario)? I have been looking online for 2 of these fish and I cannot find anything.|
|11-06-2012 03:42 AM|
So it's been two weeks since I brought home my Dario Dario and up until today everything has been going great. The first two days I tried different flake foods and frozen Blood Worms and Brine Shrimp but they weren't too interested so I now have them on Miro-Worms and they have been eating great and looking healthy. I also have kept up with my weekly 50% water change. However, today I noticed a black spot one of their tails, the fish is acting fine but i'm not sure if it's a healing wound or a sign of something else?
So I'm looking for suggestions here. I could add a little salt to the water but first thought i'd look for some feedback first.
Here is a picture (the best I could get) of the spot...
|10-23-2012 07:24 PM|
Originally Posted by andrewss View Post
The driftwood was found and has been in my sunroom for years so I boiled it soaked it and now it has a proper home.
|10-23-2012 05:34 PM|
|GMYukonon24s||Nice tank and fish|
|10-23-2012 05:10 AM|
|andrewss||I'm liking the driftwood with lush anubias growth, nice work|
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