All right so the little wiggly East Coast Ranchu juvis have allowed me to video them in their QT. The lighting isn't great so it's hard to see how beautiful their colorings are. Chise is the most lovely, glowy orange/yellow and the scales on the two chocolates are just extraordinary bright and well-defined. They just melt my heart looking at them. Now, I don't know how to do the fancy text and music overlay so don't mind the noisy television in back. In fact, watch on mute. And the blue bag has the collander I bought in case Hershey decides he wants to hound-dog Chise again. It's a QT so it's nothing much to look at but I wanted to introduce them anyway I noticed they "yawn" a lot, especially Chise. It freaked me out thinking they had gill flukes, especially when I thought I saw Chise clamping a gill. I plan to do a prophylactic treatment with PraziPro but the tank is in a tiny mini-cycle as the pre-seeded biowheel catches up to the bioload. It's totally manageable, so far neither ammonia nor nitrite have gone above .25ppm and they are currently much lower than that, I just can't go 5-7 days without a WC I don't think. I don't expect this mini-cycle last very long though. God love seeded filter media. This is now my new favorite way to cycle a tank. I think it might be something in my municipal water supply that makes them do this yawning. My goldies in the 29g yawned a lot when I first got them too. It looks cute though, she yawns and smacks her lips afterward just like a person, I just hope that she's okay.