PineSong Posted April 13, 2022 Share Posted April 13, 2022 I've been kind of bored with my 10g ginga sulphureus tank lately. It feels like the males take forever to color up, so there's just not as much visual variety as I'd like, but I still want to produce more of them. I've been working on making it better in my own version of "one tank at a time" renovations. I'll post before and afters one day when my new wood is waterlogged; I've also painted the back, added new plants. Today I was (as usual) separating and moving blue platy fry from the 20 long and I thought "why not put some blue babies in this yellow guppy tank?" I'm kind of embarrassed that I hadn't thought of it before--in my plans to keep the gingas a pure strain, I forgot I could put non-guppies and non-mollies in there. Even just a trio of blue baby platies brings some zest to the tank. Now I am thinking I might do something REALLY crazy like add a few non-livebearers, maybe a little school of neons or ember tetras. I have a QT tank that is sitting empty because some other fish I ordered got canceled. Kinda feels like I could do anything, lol. 5 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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