TeeJay Posted January 19 Share Posted January 19 (edited) This is going to be a few months premature but I figured I mite as well get the new journal started. Since the mystery snail clutch was a success it's time to get the next adventure started If you follow along with me least killifish journal you will know I have a pair of lemon bristlenose plecos in there tank. Mr Lemony snicket's and miss Luna. Lemony is not to far off from breeding age I believe. Miss Luna is a bit younger. So I don't believe we will be "activity" breeding for a couple of more months. My pair came from my P.I.C @Guppysnail. She would know the ages maybe a little better than me. I'm just to lazy to go back thru the killifish journal to see when I actually got them. Both at different times. Ever since I got lemony I have wanted to try my hand at breeding them. So I'm thinking they will stay in the 29 lay there eggs here hatch out then they can be moved to there grow out tank shortly after. I was going to go with a 20 long for this tank but when my last few snails went to there forever homes I acquired a 20 tall for free. So when it's free you can't say no . the plan is to have one large sponge filter in one corner and I have one of those corner style air driven filters with sponges and media in it for the other back corner. I always like to run two types of filtration on all of my tanks if possible. So I will add a hob as well. I prefer in tank pumps. I have a tidal 55 on the 29 killi tank but I want to try somerhing new. So I think for this tank I will go with the penguin pro 125. the tank is just sitting on the floor for now until I leak rest it for a few weeks and make sure it's good. In the mean time I'll either get a stand or a rack so I can have that tank the shrimp sanctuary 10gal and the Cory 10 gal all on the same unit. Still debating on what I want to do. it will stay bare bottom and I'll get some Terri cotta pots and cut them in half for hides. And while I leak test the tank I'll throw any extra guppy grass an hornwort from the other tanks to have a nice amount for when the time comes. I still have 2 of the submersible hygger tank lights from the snail tote tank I will use for this project. I'll just suction cup them to the inside top of the glass lid. I may add an easy planter or two for a couple of potted plants. But if not the guppy grass and hornwort will do a good job. So here is to the next adventure! 🍻 Edited April 1 by TeeJay 4 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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