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Old 08-09-2014, 10:40 AM   #11
 
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I love the dancing of small rainbowfish species. ^_^ They are fun to watch. Do you only have one male? You should get more, they're fun to watch spar.
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Old 08-09-2014, 10:54 AM   #12
 
It looks as though I have 3 males to 5 females. Plenty of love to go around haha.

My Kribensis also laid eggs again. Curious to see how they do this time.


Also my two Bolivian Rams, who I though were the same gender, and had others on here tell me the same, are doing this little mating dance and moving gravel around.
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Old 08-09-2014, 11:57 AM   #13
 
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Well it seems that the other fish are plenty happy. :D
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Old 08-15-2014, 12:22 PM   #14
 
Just a quick update. No pics this time around.


I haven't lost any other fish besides the Roseline Sharks. I'm starting to think it was just an unhealthy batch and not my tank.

The Kribensis have about 20 little wigglers in their log, maybe more. Interested to see how they do with them this time with so much more space.

My Bolivian Rams laid eggs. There doesn't seem to be any left as they chose a high traffic area and laid them right in the gravel, but they are still protecting their spot. Best part is I thought they were the same sex.

I pulled a leaf that was floating around the other day out of the tank. It had eggs on it, in like a jelly substance. Not sure who they belong to.

My Celebes Rainbows seem to be loving the tank. Every few days the males get really dark and start showing off for the females. Great looking school.

Fred's doing great. Eating, swimming around, all around a happy looking fish.

All my pleco's hide in the two pieces of driftwood constantly. They seem to be in their glory.

My Opaline Gourami has become somewhat of a hermit and rarely comes out of hiding.

My Odessa barbs stopped schooling for some reason once the Roseline Sharks died. I'm not sure why. As I had mentioned, the Odessa Barbs, Roseline Sharks, and Celebes Rainbows had all been schooling together while the sharks were still alive.

And the Cories and Otos seem to be doing great as well.

All my plants seem to be doing great as well. Eventually want to add more.


I did have a slight, slight nitrite spike today. I'm keeping an eye on it.
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