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Uploaded on Jul 28, 2009
After deep consideration, I finally decided to act on a root theme tank, at first I wasn't so sure, because I was happy with my original setup, but after a year I needed something new, something unusual ...
So this is my rough scape at the moment, it's not finalized yet, and the Terminalia catappa were just placed in, once they sink they should provide a more natural realistic floor and it should be a little more lit up, right now their floating around and blocking the source of light. Again this is only a rough scape, kind of hard to scape with alot of these branchy manzanita wood.
I'm still considering what to add besides my angelfish, I want a school of small fish. I was thinking either a school of Cardinal Tetras (Paracheirodon axelrodi) or a school of rasboras either Harlequin Rasbora (Trigonostigma heteromorpha) / Glo-Lite Rasbora (Trigonostigma hengeli). Though there are some nicely sized cardinal tetras available at my LFS, the rasboras on the other hand doesn't look that nice. But I'm leaning towards rasboras, so for the moment I'll hold off on what to add.
Update - 8/10/09 I relocated the albino angelfishes to another tank and decided to keep a single kind of angelfish, the gold ones. Now more room for the schooling fish ^_^ . But still haven't decided on which ones.