Oh no! I’m awfully sorry @jmaldo It’s bad enough to lose one when it just doesn’t thrive, but yours were doing so well! I’ve been busier than a one armed paper hanger these last couple of weeks, and this morning I found myself walking over to the microwave to put the orange juice away - sometimes we just depend on auto-pilot, and it doesn’t work!jmaldo said:
I have had "Luck" in the past with the "Hatchets". I suppose it was just to long out of water.tfreema said:Always try to get them back in water to check. I had a jumper that was out for a while and still survived.
Maybe, but everyone was getting along. I took the tops off to give them a "Good" cleaning. It was just a few minutes.coralbandit said:IMO my jumper was chased out by a breeding pair ...
Wow! @jmaldo, your new RAMs are gorgeous! I can see why @coralbandit is held in such high esteem! Your newly planted tank is beautiful, too!! Hope your EBA doesn’t tear it up!jmaldo said:
He is a character, I think he is bored and misses his mate. Taking a break from EBA breeding have to keep them apart or they breed like rabbits. I got them from @coralbandit also know as the "Ram" guru. Highly recommend.BarbaraLocke said:Hope your EBA doesn’t tear it up!
I noticed that as well. Maybe due to the dark substrate and background along with the additional driftwood and plants they look much deeper blue than when you first got them. All in all they look great and so does the tank! Keep up the good work! Lucky you got some nice dark rams also! 6] making me want some myself! Everything looks great! 1360]86 ssinit said:It takes time with plants. Aponogeton crispus grow good as does wisteria. Giant hygrowphelia also grows as do amazon swords. Swords grow slower. Looks like your blue diamonds are a bit darker with the plants. Looking good.