AndriesJs Jebo Nano

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    So, for my birthday my awesome wife got me this nice little Jebo R337 (I think) for my birthday.

    Picture below of how I got it. Everything included.[​IMG]

    So after last nights swap meet I have one or two nice plants to go in here.

    Also got these dragon rock pieces on my birthday[​IMG]

    Was R18 for the lot.

    Since I worked all day, I didnt have time to rescape, but will have a try tommorow.

    Will keep you updated.

    Thanx for all the plant contributions by all the cape town members last night!
     
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    Nice Andries, I just worry that all the water is going to pour out of your tank :p
     
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    Hahaha, its MAGIC!

    Currently the livestock in that tank is some of Herman's goggas red and black and then some freshly hatched Bronze cories. SO the rescape will wait for atleast another two to three weeks.
    I am busy deciding where the bare-bottom grow out tank will go. Never knew ancistrus likes caviar.
     
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    :D

    Nice! LOL seems ancistrus have expensive taste.
     
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    As stated in our treescape thead, none of our tanks had a pleasant holiday. At least this one only saw over growth and a blown tube so minimal light.
    Will perform the necessary maintenance and update soon.
    On a side note the cory fry in this tank will be big enough to move to the 250 soon.
     
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    Ok just a little update on this tank, since I basically let it go after December with a few small trimmings and a small layout change. I did finally stock it with some fish.
    - Got what was sold as Boraras naevus (Strawberry rasboras) But they just dont quite fit the bill looks a little more like Boraras maculatus (Dwarf rasbora)
    - Hara Jerdoni
    - Dario Dario

    I am not sure where they came from but I have hundreds of little what looks like ramshorn snails but they do not grow any bigger than 3mm across.
     
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    I have the same :/
    Pics? :p
     
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    [​IMG]

    @Linxie About the best I could do. Sorry for the algea on the glassm photos of the fish is near impossible
     
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    Just searched, they're miniature ramshorn snails :) I have the exact same ones. Always wondered why they never grew larger.
     
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    Sorry for the double post. Just found a clutch of their eggs... they're less than 1mm
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