The G.zebrinus comes out a lot more and is quite active.
The S.atropurpureus is still a bit pale but I'm seeing some flaring and bumping every now and then, and it has happened twice that there is a little 'burrow' made underneath some of the smaller flat rocks. I never see the making though.
I feed live maggots and bloodworm occasionally as well as veggie tablets and flakes.
The algae is becoming less and other types of algae is starting to grow.
I've added more rocks and made more hiding places as I will soon get a few Zipper loaches and I'm constantly looking out for more fish for this tank.
I want to stop dosing excel soon as I don't know if it's affecting Green Dust Algae growth badly.
And I'm still looking for more fish for the tank
The one emaciated H.smithi which just wouldn't eat is gone - the other 3 are 100%.
3X Zipper loaches (Acanthocobitis botia)
1X Peppered loach (Lepidocephalichthys guntea) Spotted variety
Nice community of weirdo's. Note the Peppered loach too.
Zipper loach (Acanthocobitis botia) chillin' on a rock
Homaloptera smithi chillin' on a moss and clado bush.
Stiphodon atropurpureus chillin' on an anubia leaf. This is the smallest one.
2X 1200lph powerheads in the manifold
1X 3000lph wavemaker
1X 60mm fan running at 3V
1X 100W heater
2X 39W T5 lights on from 8AM to 6PM
Temperature are being kept between 21 and 22 degrees Celsius.
4X Stiphodon atropurpureus
6X Pseudogastromyzon myseri/cheni
2X Gastroyzon zebrinus
1X Homaloptera smithii
9X Danio kyathit
3X Acanthocobitis botia
I am still desperately looking for more stiphodons and some Sewellia spp.
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