Not much fish in the photo, they were hiding, just the tank itself:
Well, for this shot, I had the two reg. MHs on the sides, additional 150w MH on top and two flashes to fill. So it's not the typical lighting. I am still using 2x JBJ vipers, but I hate them, and will eventually change to a 4- or 5 foot fixture with 2 or 3 MHs.thats looks great. are you still running 2 haildes on it or just one? i can see the color from the one in the middle but thats all i see. could it be just one since all the plants are in the center mainly
The rocks are Black Lava Rock. I gotta keep the plants in the rocks because Geos (the big fish below) sift sand for a living so the plants would be all floating if not for the rocks.is that live rock i see in the middle? Also on the back right are they cichlids which go by the common name known as "Earth Eaters"? Awesome tank by the way very inspirational.
Oh, yeah, they went from 1" babies when I got 'em to about 3" fish now, they are huge. Get fed really well when the geos are fed.Seen much growth on those blue colombian tetras?
The sand in front is 3 M Colorquartz Buff color S-grade.Impressive Paradise. What type of sand is that?