06-12-2011, 05:55 PM
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That is very nice. In your other thread I commented on using a branch in a columnar tank, that was before I saw this video, and I see you have done what I was suggesting. That adds depth to this type of aquarium, and would suit those other fish I mentioned.
The "cory" by the way is actually a Brochis, Brochis splendens. At least I'm fairly certain it is, he was moving fairly quickly when he was sideways to the camera but I think the dorsal fin extends further along the dorsal ridge than it would for Corydoras aeneus. As for the respiration, I wouldn't worry; if it had recently eaten, or been swimming, it would be respirating faster.
I agree on moving the Wisteria (Hygrophila difformis), I would suggest the rear left corner so it will grow in front of the filter intake and partly hide it. And the JM and JF look fine to me.