I would use a very light substrate and a blue background.
2nd that. 8) How about some pics of your moliros?digiddy said:use a grey background, the colors will jump right off of their bodies!!!
I'll think about it but the landscape supply shops around here don't have all that much selection. River rock, Moss rock, giant freaking boulders, flagstone. They hardly have any lava rock and no lace rock so finding limestone might be more trouble than it is worth.24Tropheus said:Its your choice but I bet you can get enough limestone from a builders merchant for less than you pay for the sand. (ou can here anyway) Well you can here. Lace rock can be a bit sharp and makes for extra work as it gathers detritus too fast.
You may well find you have to add powerheads and water movers to keep it clean enough, treat for minor cuts and grazes (more than the expense of the limestone which as I say is very cheep and looks great.)
Sorry about the photo quality.
http://i84.photobucket.com/albums/k35/2 ... A60156.jpg
Ndole not Moliro but the same dark fish problem.
PS why does this not work?
I don't have them yet. They will be ordered between the 12th and 16th. They will also be fry.flashg said:2nd that. 8) How about some pics of your moliros?digiddy said:use a grey background, the colors will jump right off of their bodies!!!