Thanks everyone. I'm using a Canon EOS 5D, a Tamron 90mm lens (which is actually mine), and a Speelight 420EX flash. Everything else is my dad's. He's a "professional" photographer. It's more of a hobby in which he makes some extra cash :-D.
Thanks Dkle. And I forgot to add, does anyone have more info on this fish? I've looked and looked but only find taxonomy information, and stuff like that. How about breeding these guys? I'm guessing it'll be pretty hard to do so but I'd like to try.
OK I just found one dead on the floor. Now I know they're jumpers... Not a thing I was hoping for because I have no idea how I'd cover the tank. Well I guess all fish are jumpers. But this is the second day. So something must be wrong with my water or they just like to do it.
I got the kubotai from a shop in San Diego called Aquatic Warehouse. They sometimes have rare fish and I was just lucky.
I've searched for more information on breeding microrasboras in general and I haven't found much. I've found lots and lots of info on breeding Celestial Danios (otherwise known as Galaxy Rasboras), but it is a danio and not a microrasbora. I found slight information on breeding microrasbora erythromicron but they seem to be more danio-like.
I'm looking especially on more info for water parameters. I know that once I see the female get thin then I need to take out the parents and when the fry are free floating then I need to start feeding them tiny tiny foods which are probably abundant in the tank already. I THINK I need acidic water but I don't know how I'll achieve that without buying an RO filter. I don't want to buy RO water by the gallon too...
Christin: Well you see it jumped out and I promptly fed it to my dwarf crayfish... So I have no proof that it is dead because it is gone now :-D. 20 min after I popped the body in the tank I checked to see if the body was being eaten and the head was already gone.