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nerowolfe

Hi all,

I have 2 tanks, (at the moment), the larger tank is a ADA 60 x 45 x 45, (120Lt), high tech aquascape, ADA Amazonia, gold sand, driftwood (gold vine) and Seiryu rock, with Otos, Pygmy Cory, Ember Tetra, Darwin Algae & Red Cherry Shrimp. The smaller tank, is a low tech, ADA Amazonia, Seiryu rock, planted nano cube (27Lt), and is home to a couple Otos and my newly aquired CRS.

The Red Cherry in the main tank are breeding regularly, and the population is increasing rapidly. I have to trim the plants every 2 weeks or they will take over the tank. (luckily my LFS is happy to by my cuttings). The only plant I have to keep an eye on in the nano cube, is a Water Wisteria, which grows like a weed, even without CO2. :-D

Still learning about CRS, but I hope they too will breed in their new home.

I hope you like them.

 

Main Tank.jpg

CRS Nano Cube.jpg

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Great looking tanks!

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