Pretty much explains itself really. If you have questions about tank set-ups, tank furniture, (caves etc) chuck them in here!
Here is a rare shot of my five zebra plecos altogether in a photogenic pose. I am so glad my zebras spend a lot of time out in the open in this Rio Xingu biotope, it's very rewarding.
it's not in my nature to be mysterious, I just can't talk about it and I can't say why.
Very Nice Tank. I've been keeping hypancistrus and never really wanted to create a biotope until i came across this tank. The aquascaping has been very inspirational. Any new updated picture of your tank would be appreciated.
Thank you for posting pictures of your tank setup - I really liked the look of yours and one other I saw and modeled my newest 75 gallon zebra pleco species tank after both. It is my first time using sand, I went with a fine black sand used for hermit crabs, bought some slate and river rocks and manzanita bogwood. I created pathways throughout the tank with lots of coverage and hiding spaces and the two I have in there seem to really like it!
Hi man, really really a nice tank. I prefer tanks like yours because it looks like a natural biotop which is good for fish.I also like when I can see zebras with other fish. Tell me please. Did you already try to breed your zebras in this tank?Your fish are looking really beautiful.just perfect condition for breeding.