I like this tank idea alot. With a rimless tank and a great riparium plant like baby panda bamboo, how could it not be awesome! Will this be an Asian biotope by any chance?
If it is going to be a bio-type, a betta would be cool as a fish.I like idea alot. With a rimless tank and a great riparium plant like baby panda bamboo, how could it not be awesome! Will this be an Asian biotope by any chance?
Those are very nice fish indeed! Not sure about where one could get them though. Aquabid maybe?I had one specific fish idea in mind and I want to write it down before I forget. Some time ago chonhzilla had a setup going with Barilius dogarsinghi and a couple other species. The B. dogarsinghi look like a pretty cool little fish. They are cyprinids, but they look to me just like little trout. I wonder if I can find them for sale anywhere(?). I don't see much with a Google search.
How do you know about so many cool fish!I wonder if they might grow a bit too large for this setup.
I also pondered a little shoal Norman's lampeyes, combined with maybe a sparking gourami.
Or inverts only tank?I want to get some nice fish for this setup.
Only one still doing great, the other ones didn't make it since I switch them ( they were in brackish tank) to another freshwater tank.Hey shrimpo do you still have those mangrove trees going? I have an extra leather fern here for you if you might like it. I divided the clump that i had and ended up with three new plants.
I think that's the case, it was my fault I should'v adjust them slowly to freshwater. they were fine with slow growth, and yes I used capsule fertilizer.So you had them in brackish and they suffered when you switched back to freshwater? Is that right? How did they grow while you had them in brackish water.
Have you put tablet fertilizer in the planter? Mangroves respond well to root fertilization.