We ended up losing Louie the betta, he developed a tumor in his throat and then started going downhill with it. A new betta, a little lady, now resides in his tank. Her name is Seashell and she's a little sweetheart.
That rocky slope 10g I scaped last update, I've filled it with a ton of new plants, growing good. Stock is 1 sparkling gourami and 8 boraras urophthalmoides.
My 55g community has been reworked, stock is complete and its a bustling community. Stock is: 38 corydoras, 4 hoplosternum punctatum, 2 BN plecos, 10 emperor tetras, and 7 cherry barbs.
I shared this on its own thread already, but my 20g eques cory tank. Stock is 8 corydoras eques and 7 ember tetras. Debating adding either a second small shoal of small tetras, a shoal of otos, or more embers... embers though are pricey where I live, so have to decide.
Removed the hornwort from the Asian 20g, as the other plants are doing good now so doesn't need the filler plant lol. Been slowly propagating and spreading the plants. Stock: 1 dwarf x honey gourami hybrid, 7 purple harlequin rasboras, 17 pangio genus loaches ("kuhlis" of various species) wanting to add to the harlies I think.
Goldfish 46g. Awaiting an upgrade, theyre outgrowing this one. Has whatever floaters in it that get nibbled and eaten, rest fake plants. Minimized the scape as I don't want to clutter their limited swim space. Stock is 2 goldfish, 2 mollies, 2 platies, 1 mystery snail, 1 nerite snail.
55g epiphyte tank. Added more homolomena sp sedakau south plants to the right side log. Increased some shoals of fish. Stock now: 3 Farlowella catfish, 1 L240 vampire pleco, 6 skirt tetras, 11 black neon tetras, 34 corydoras, 1 Bolivian ram, 2 bamboo shrimp
4g shrimp tank. Redid it with some new plants (giant hairgrass).
As usual, your tanks & new betta girl look great! I too am sorry about Louie
I had to look up homolomena, a new genus to me. Is it planted in the substrate or attached to wood etc? What I saw said they're related to bucephalandra...but planted in the substrate. It could have been cut & paste general plant directions, I didn't look too hard Most rhizomes need to be up off the substrate...