If you silicone the rocks together and also place them on the bottom of the tank and not on the gravel, the chances of them falling are slimmer. That way, the cichlid can dig without undermining the stability of the rock base.
I don't think ghosties eat RCS but I'm not 100% sure. I guess you'll be finding out. :/ I hope they don't eat them.
Thanks, they should come sometime during the week. Hopefully Katana doesn't mind them.
Oh yeah, maybe the java fern can be on the slate rocks that's are usually in the cichlid tanks. Working with rocks would be cool to do, I would just hope that the rocks don't fall when they dig. I wonder what else they don't eat or havoc.
Do ghost shrimp eat RCS or do they only eat the babies?
Hey, sweet, congrats on winning the RCS auction. :D
Haha, yeah, I fished two of my shrimp out of my divided 5.5 gallon and put them in the community tank. The other ones didn't want to be caught. Oh well.
Yup, you're right, Java Ferns apparently have a bitter taste so they won't bite them. Since those grow best on driftwood and rocks, they have a better chance of surviving than swords. They can't be uprooted like swords.
Haha, your family history is pretty interesting. My mom is almost all Swedish with a bit of English and my dad is French-Canadian and most likely Scottish.
Yeah, except for dwarf cichlids like Bolivian Rams, it's pretty much impossible to have plants with cichlids unless you plant th em in flowerpots. Even iif they don't eat the plants, they'll still destroy them digging, like you said.
Uh, I could see why, people are always like **** Jew (from Southpark) even though I am not even Jewish. You see I my mom's side of my family is 100% German, and during WWll they needed soldiers... so yeah, can't be Jewish. When I tell them that it is really funny though.
Aren't cichlids really hard to have plants because they dig so much or something? The rock artwork seems fun to do though.
I think everytime I go to the petstore I come out with something I didn't have before. Usually supplies, but that still adds up.