I am not finished decorating this one yet. Just kind of adding a bit at a time. I am not sure yet what I might do with the large open space in the center. I want to be sure and leave plenty of swimming space!
That is one of the serpaes. The red rainbow is quite a bit bigger, but he is so active right now that I can't get a shot of him. Maybe once he is used to the tank he will slow down a bit.Is that your red hiding out near the cave & behind the rock in the 1st pic and in front of the group of angels in one of the other pics? Tank really looks great, even better with these new beauties.
Yes, the plants are all fake. I'm not brave enough to try live ones yet. The bubbles are coming from a disc shaped air stone I got from the fish store. It is weighted, so I put it on the bottom and covered it with substrate so everything blends together. The disc itself is a bright blue/green color, so it would really stand out if it was not covered. The disc has an air tube running to it from an air pump that is sitting on a shelf under the tank. This tube is what you are seeing in the picture. The tubing and the pump are also available at any fish store. It is extremely easy to set up. Basically you just connect the tubing on each end, plug in the pump, and you are done. The air pumps are fairly inexpensive, and the tubing is really cheap. There is a big variety of air stone sizes and shapes, so you should be able to find something you like.I was wonder is those plants fake? Maybe I'm right.. Other question how did u get nice float bubble on your tank u know wiht tube blowing water out, how did u do that?
Yea, it would.. I bet a little school of baby angels would be very cute & fun to watch. When they get older, if you want them to, I hope they'll give you a great batch of baby angels.sgould said:That'd be cool, but I think they are too young. If I had to guess, I'd say they are at most 4-5 months old. I've had them for 1, but I do not know how they were when I got them.