Still waiting this driftwood goes down.... Despite the coloration, the bigger one on the left is also a cariba
Actually, I already had some problems with the biggest one. He killed his 8" cariba tank mate :sad: . 2 of the 6" caribas in there now are also going to move.I hope ur going to upgrade b/c ur going to have problems when they get bigger.
I tried with common rocks (maybe not eavy enough); I did'nt work. I'll try with pieces of slate. Thksattach some slate to the driftwood
Please excuse my poor English level JonasThat big cariba indeed looks a bit odd, shape-wise...
Don't worry about your English, it's fine...french toast said:Please excuse my poor English level JonasThat big cariba indeed looks a bit odd, shape-wise..., but what do you mean by "bit odd, shape-wise" ? I agree he's got an original gold coloration since I introduced white sand in the tank (here it is with black gravel) but do you see something wrong in particular ?
I use a 2 years old Olympus CAMEDIA C-2100 (10x digital zoom) that still works pretty good (as you can see).what kind of camera do you use?
Maybe coming from this pic. Here is another one of him with rb's. And so if it's not a caribe, what else could it be ? You start to make me doubtful JonasWhat I meant is that that cariba looks more like a redbelly in those pics than like the other cariba I have seen (head-shape, jaw-line, finnage, shape of the body [taller]) He's not as bulldog-like as most cariba I've seen...
No no no, I wasn't trying to cause doubt, man!!!french toast said:Maybe coming from this pic. Here is another one of him with rb's. And so if it's not a caribe, what else could it be ? You start to make me doubtful Jonas