Just a photo progress blog of the egg development on my berried dwarf cray.
The cray is currently in my 29g planted tank. She made her little home right under a fern root and seems to be pretty happy there..
6/9/08 Day discovered she was berried
You can see there are plenty of black/gray eggs under her tail. Looks almost like grape clusters
The some of the eggs are changing color from black
I got the RO filter and it's running as I type this. It's about the slowest they come (24 gpd) and I can't run it at full pressure because the dang plumbing fittings just won't be good. I've used teflon tape, bought brass to replace the plastic fittings, grrr...
Anyway, I've got about 6 gallons of RO water and need about 40. I figure it will take about 3 days to get enough to fill the tank.
I've got some possible source for live rock and am considering how I want to
Well right now I'm only gonna talk about my smallest tank which is 60liters. In it I've got 3 Blue Acara that I got just three days ago and 3 bristlenose. I've got a lot of cabomba (plant) and some hiding places.. I got really surprised when I got home yesterday because I saw some eggs on my pump from the Blue Acara. I'm not sure if somethings gonna happen about it 'cause they're so young but it's really fun watching them. Also my male bristlenose has been in a small cave for 3 or 4 days now and
Tank is doing well.
Having a few problems with the skimmer overflowing and controlling the flow. I am hoping I can chalk this up to it still being fairly new and breaking in. Now i am only running it when I'm home and able to keep an eye on it.
It's not really pulling any heavy stuff out anyway so I think I'm safe for now.
I'll post some updated pictures with this entry as well.
I moved the rock around and added a few things including a toadstool leather and what looks