3.54 wpg, lights on 12 hrs/day, co2, eco complete gravel, 2 2215 eheim filters, 2 heaters, use flourish daily
2 peruvian scalare angels, 9 boesemani rainbows, 6 SAE, 50 cardinals, 8 glo lite tetras, 6 rummynose, 6 otos, 5 female bettas, 12 cories, 3 bristlenose plecos, ? cherry shrimp, 10 amano shrimp, 1 nerite snail, ? malaysian trumpet snails
blyxa japonica, blyxa auberti, willow leaf hygro, giant hygro, rotala indica, rotala macandra, alteranthera reinecki, pogostemon stellatus, ludwigia repens, ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata "Cuba", ammania gracialis, tonina belem, didiplis diandra, limnophila aromatica, polygonum hydropiperoides, elatine tiandra, wisteria, bacopa, stargrass, dwarf saggitaria
If only I could choose just one...
My mom got me into the hobby, it's all her fault!
The pet trade gets a bad rap for exploiting wild animals but sometimes the opposite is true.
Modern advances in technology affect every industry - even the aquarium hobby.
If you are looking for a unique invertebrate to add to your saltwater tank, consider the sea urchin.