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Hi all, thought I'd start a log on my tank seeing as though it's barely 2 months old, I figured it would be a great way to record how it changes over time.  I'll post up pictures/updates as and when things happen. This is how she looks at the moment:[Image: VxCi9g8l.jpg]
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Plus a couple pictures of my fishes, if anyone could identify what species my Otto's are that would be grand. [Image: Whu1ubfl.jpg]
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Nice Smile
I think the most common oto is mariae but I’m no expert on them
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Can you get an in-focus pic of the tail? Wink
They MAY be vittatus, but I can't really tell......
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I'll see what I can do when I get home from work later.  They're hard to pin down, they just don't stop moving around!
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You have to be really sloth-like to get them to stay where they are.... Wink
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Haha, they're quick little buggers! I managed to get this:[Image: 0RPyXmZl.jpg]
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Looks like o.vittatus from that pic. Smile
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Cheers plankton Smile
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So I woke up this morning, and the temperature in my tank was down to 21C.  Odd as its set for a constant 26C.  Betta looks a little sluggish, but the neons and otto's seem fine.  I've turned it up a notch and will be monitoring.  It's a brand new heater so it shouldn't be malfunctioning.  I need to keep an eye on this.
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