So first up
Just so impressed with this pothos and how huge the leaves are. Tried getting a comparison to "normal" size leaves
Just think it's cool. I've had pothos for a while and this is the first time this has happened.
The red tiger lotus in the 40 that you can't really see lol. I need to move the wisteria in the front.
But what you can see. It's not really thriving, but it's growing and not dead at least lol
Red tiger in the 125 is still doing great, but so is everything else around it too. Soooooooo can't wait to set up the other tanks
Figured out that the plants that I wasn't sure if they were crypts or swords. Neither one... they were aponogeton and I'm pretty sure I killed them. Maybe they'll pop back up but, it's not looking too good.
I spotted an aponogeton in the 5g that I forgot was in there and moved it to the 10g for now.
The 10g plants are looking pretty rough though. The majority of them had only little nubs for roots so I'm sure that is why they're looking bad right now. BUT there is new growth here and there too so FX they'll bounce back fast.
You can see the tiny little new growth leaf in the previous photo. The sword on the left corner.
Decided to add a little bit of dry ferts. I don't measure anything. I have a plastic spoon that I use to scoop in to the funnel in to an old glass baby bottle. Then I shake it all up to mix and voila! lol
In sad news though. I had to euthanize Phish this morning. Checked on him and he was worse. Floating at the surface on his side and once I got him out, noticed the pineconing was starting to occur on his body as well. Couldn't let him suffer anymore so clove oiled him.
Only had him for 6 months, but hopefully it was a good 6 months for him. I wish it had been for much longer.
When I first got him
His cool little color pattern he was sporting before the blue took over
Couple months ago