Originally Posted by Carriwin
No, wouldn't know where to find it either... just the thought makes me itch. LOL How would one go about finding those?
I have a 5G bucket of excess plants in the yard the mosquitos find it and make the babies with out wasting any time. I usually put barley hay logs in there to keep them from making larve, but since I have little fish I harvest them with a little net every other or couple days. Just make sure no one is spraying bugs or wasps or using weed and feed etc. around your bucket.
Originally Posted by shellyx
Good to hear your babies are doing well Autumn!
Well, had to buy Gonzo a new hood and light set for his tank it seems brighter but he's not bothered!
My boraras tank is turning very yellow after adding my cattapa logs, really like the look.
55 gallon elephant nose tank.
30 gallon boraras ,bamboo shrimp, crs,rcs and different snails.
Thank you. That is nice about the water, the fish love it!
I emailed Hagen / Fluval to find out about the other tank - the 19G New Edge tanks availability. They said a response would come in 3 business days.
Fish look good. Fasted them for a day.
- Some more of my Tea Cups macroalgae bleached. Only have a couple little bits left. Frustrated about that stuff, it is really tempermental. Being it is my favorite makes it even worse. I am guessing it is the light, maybe doesn't like too much.
On the other hand the Feather Caulerpa is growing like crazy. The other one which looks like little curvy twisting green seaweed - Prolifera - not very prolific. It was growing pretty steadily from about 4-5 leaves to maybe 10 but seems to have slowed as the Feather took off and maybe is smothering it out.
I really need to get the other little bigger tank up for the SW
so I have some where to spread this stuff out! The Chaetomopha is officially across the whole left side of the tank now to the middle. Of course it is olny 6.6G but it is taking up 1/4 of the tank now.
On the bright side, the Pom Pom Crab comes out and sits in the middle side of it and holds out its little Poms!!! Beautiful contrast. This is the previous pic, but it looks exactly the same.
Dosed a little Trace Minerals as the Chaeto was getting pale on the new growth.