05-17-2011, 12:56 PM
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Yep, well (perhaps luckily?) I didn't make the gravel cap deep enough, and so soil leaked into the water turning it extremely murky.
I can't even see the fish most of the time, but amazingly some of the plants are still alive. (crypts, dwarf sag, and one pitiful little stem of Potamogeton Gayi).
I see the fish sometimes, but I never see the two species at the same time.. I assume they avoid each other.
To be honest, I don't even know how many fish I have in that tank.
(I tried everything- more filtration, filter floss in the filter, felt, water polishers, potassium pomegranate at half dose, and even turning the filter off for several weeks- and gave up. Fish are healthy, some plants are surviving.. Probably looks more like their native habitat than our crystal-clear setups anyways.)
Anything wrong with black neon tetras, rams, and cories together?