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Old 11-17-2015, 06:01 PM   #1
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Rainbow Fish Pics & Vid

I have adjusted my stocking and added 6 Boesemani Rainbows and 2 Turquoise (more of those soon). I also added a few small BNs. Just wanted to share some pics and a quick vid. Not the best quality, but still working on my aquarium photography.







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Old 11-17-2015, 06:10 PM   #2
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With how zippy Rainbowfish are I'd say that's some good photos!


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Old 11-22-2015, 07:16 PM   #3
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With how zippy Rainbowfish are I'd say that's some good photos!


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I agree. They are so hard to photograph! You'll be in for a treat when the males of both kinds get their breeding colors. Turqs get a red stripe on their heads.

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May I ask, what gravel is that? I am looking for something finer than what I have but not sand Does it come in other colors?

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That's not gravel, its Black Diamond Blasting sand from Tractor Supply Co. I'm pretty sure its the medium grit.
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That's not gravel, its Black Diamond Blasting sand from Tractor Supply Co. I'm pretty sure its the medium grit.

Takes some rinsing but great stuff I have it in a few tanks.


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Very nice!
I love that sand, I have some of that same type. I'd use it in all my aquariums.
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Is it good for plants and corys? I dont mind cleaning it at all. I even clean the eco plant gravel

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Yes, it's good for plants and especially cories.
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Is it like a play sand or is it a bit denser? I only ask cause when I had play sand in my aquarium in high school I was always replacing the power filters. I am wanting to try a UGF and I am not sure if its too fine?

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