TheDragonLord TheDragonLord
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N. multifasciatus (picture heavy!!) #1
this is how my tank looked 3 days ago after i added the first bit of rock and changed the substrate, main reason to change was that the one female multi was living under and raising her brood under a large wobbly rock that had vallis roots covering the entrance and i figured that the need the change to sommat a little safer, plus i wanted to go back to the biotope theme

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and today

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my apple snail that i had to mend was taking them all out of my main community to count and remove dead ones as they are a couple of years old now, and my sister ran up and accidentally knocked it off so i had to fix a large bit of its shell back on with silicone :crazy: and it worked, it's just turned blue now as i used protozin in the tank a few times :Ooops:
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some of my adults
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and my original lot of fry
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Fishy-Fishy Fishy-Fishy
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Re: N. multifasciatus (picture heavy!!) #2
Fantastic pics your tank looks really good now.
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Re: N. multifasciatus (picture heavy!!) #3
Looks lovely Chris I have a few pieces of that rock that I was given a while back doing nothing, pity as if I had known I could have dropped them off on Saturday
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Re: N. multifasciatus (picture heavy!!) #4
they are so cute, looks really good with rock piled up now
TheDragonLord TheDragonLord
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Re: N. multifasciatus (picture heavy!!) #5
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I have a few pieces of that rock that I was given a while back doing nothing, pity as if I had known I could have dropped them off on Saturday

pity, but then you could always smash it up and use it to buffer the water in your filter if you wanted

thanks for the comments you 3 i picked the whitest piece that was at work, if i need more i'll have to smash the big piece
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Re: N. multifasciatus (picture heavy!!) #6
Nice tank D.L. Love the blue assed snail.
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Re: N. multifasciatus (picture heavy!!) #7
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you could always smash it up and use it to buffer the water in your filter if you wanted



would be a pity to do that got coral gravel anyway so no need guess I could add it to my 3ft and see if it buffers that any