I only have 2 cherries left of a few hundred a few months back. Out of frustration, I decided to separate them from their old conditions, give them all new substrate, hardscape, water, plant life, etc in hopes to save the last two from whatever has wiped out my others. It appears that my last two are males... so ends the line. Anyway, as a result, I have a new pico that consists of a vase (9" tall x 4.5" diamater at widest point), extra black sand (colorquartz), a little driftwood chunk (about 5-6" tall), my locally collected moss, a ramshorn snail (baby), the 2 bachelor cherries, and a few dark gray (they look bright white in the pic) pebbles. Lighting is a desk lamp with a 19w CFL spiral. I plan on upgrading this to a small cube as soon as I can find one, as my wife wants her favorite vase back, and the glare off the curved sides of the vase make it really hard to see in unless you press your face against it (pics demonstrate this to some degree, but I put the lamp into strange positions to make at least some of the interior visible). Anyway, I've got the nano/pico bug.
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