I’m thinkig of replacing my rotala wallichii with ludwigia sphaerocarpa. The color of the ludwigia is perfect, but it’s nearly the same shape as the plants around it. But the rotala grows way to fast and I think that with all the trimming I have to do with it it’s become stunted.
I’d probably have to remove my repens x arucata too just to make room.
Wow damn so I was just handling Scotch Bonnet, and she just randomly started flipping out and running away. I manage to catch her, then POP, her tail flies off! This is the first time I’ve seen a gecko drop its tail (and my first frogbutt). I thought they just fell off slowly, but this thing literally ejected from her ass.
It was funny to see, but it’s a pity she dropped it because it was such a pretty tail :( She also really liked to use it to hold onto stuff. I think that’s enough excitement for today.
carrionaway said: What would you recommend as far as filtration for a 20 long? I'm considering a canister,but I'm not sure yet.
Sorry it took me so long to reply! I honestly prefer canisters to HOB filters because they’re quieter and are less obtrusive in the tank. But it really is just a preference cause HOBs can be great too. My one piece of advice is to get your own media, cause what usually comes packaged with filters is trash. Seachem matrix is a good media thats available in big stores like petco/petsmart.