Look's great Dave! Love the Parkinsoni!
that's great to hear you've found a balance for your tank where you can stretch out the water changes a bit. I guess it's good filtration and efficient absorption of nitrate by the plants..... I change water once every 2 weeks . I do about 75 to 90 % depends on how i feel. For filtration. I have an xp4 and a eheim 2228. at last count I had close to 60 fish in there....
Thanks Shane. But I think the big acrylic tank you have would look a lot better than the 420 . When you are ready to sell it let me know.....Just curious, what are you using for your gravel substrate?
Wow beautiful tanks!! What an assortment of healthy fish!! I think you 2 should consider our 420, lots of room for fish and big driftwood
Thanks . I can't wait come over and check out your set ups.Is the Parkisoni the rainbow in the last pic on post #31? Is that the normal color of them or is that an odd colored one? If that's their normal color, I need to get me a few of those
Beautiful set up Dave.
I really like the new look with the roots all on one side. Great looking tank!
Thanks . The plants have roots. The angels are doing well . The fish seem to like it both ways .Wow, that growth is amazing. I also wonder how you avoided everything above water drying out? Love the pics of this tank...before AND after overgrowth!
Thats looks great! What growth beneath and above water! How did you manage to keep the above surface growth from drying out? The peruvian angels must love the setup with the branches and roots from the plants providing cover.Its interesting how any fish behaviour changes when you add shade or cover.Thanks for sharing!