yup, the other one. this is a planted 300L tank. contains mainly juvenile Madagascar fish.
8 Paretroplus damii, juveniles
4 Ptychochromis oligacanthus 'Nosy be' (2 pairs), juveniles
7 Bedotia magagascariensis, juveniles and adults
3 Ancistrus spp
2 very small Cryptoheros septemfasciatum juvies, sole survivors from a nest in another tank.
4 Poecilia wingei (Endler guppy) 1 male, 3 females
the damaged plants in the center are foodplants for the damii. this way I manage to keep the rest alive, sort of. they're like very small horses, grazing all day
the whole tank
a bit closer
Paretroplus damii juvies
again the damii
P damii and Ptychochromis oligacanthus 'Nosy be' female, also juvenile
the Nosy Be female, as you can see they already try to breed
both the Nosy be females, fighting over dominance and breeding rights.
next time I'll clean the front glass.....and I also have 3 very lazy Ancistrus in there
"And he piled upon the whale's white hump the sum of all the rage and hate felt by his whole race. If his chest had been a cannon, he would have shot his heart upon it"