Ha ha, yeah getting the jungle feel now at last. Loving the fact that it's flowering but can't see the actual flower unless you open the lid and look from above.whoaaaaaa that has grown!!!!
it's gone all jungley, love the Aponogeton, they are great when they flower. I'm still waiting for my Crispus to flower.
Cheers mate. The Java Fern is getting on for two years old now.Wow, i love it. For some reason i don't think i have looked at you journal before?
Love the Java Fern, don't think i have ever seen one as healthy as that! The Moss also looks top notch!
Yeah they grow really slow, lovely plant though and zero maintenance.Blimey. Mine just seem to get brown spots all over them and stay the same. lol.
Your Rainbows are great, definately a fish that doesn't get the credit it deserves!
What made you change your plant substrate ? I can see the advantage of darker sand.. generally makes fish colour better (though yours were fine before )I've set it up again with the exact same hardscape as before (one trick pony) and I've changed the substrate to Eco Complete 18kg and Caribsea black sand (9kg)......
Thanks. Ha ha, that's an old vid now but the music on that is Brian Eno, An Ending. I keep getting copyright warnings so I've started using Youtube's own tacky music on vids now.The video is awesome, tank loks fantastic, WHAT is that music ? is incredible? Rainbowfish ROCK too. What a beautiful aquarium
Cheers. As you say, it makes the fish and plants stand out better in my opinion and generally looks cleaner.What made you change your plant substrate ? I can see the advantage of darker sand.. generally makes fish colour better (though yours were fine before )
Thanks.Great looking tank and fish you have there
Cheers mate. The Mayaca, Moss and Java Fern have definitely seen better days though. I think it usually takes a while to look it best again after a huge trim.I think it's looking great mate, looks really thick and lush growth.