I was trying to get pictures of some of the critters today. I wasn’t overly successful, but here are a few shots regardless. It is very, very difficult to get a shot of the Brevibora dorsiocellata. They are a lovely silver color with a yellow cast and have a dark blotch in their dorsal fin. They also have a very lovely blue lampeye, and are the best schoolers I have ever kept in a fish under 1.5″. The Trigonostigma espei are VERY tiny, well under .5″, and am I not completely sure they are all espei, some may be hengeli, but I have to let them grow to see for sure. I also got in more Microdevario kubotai, another tough one to photograph. They are a luminescent green/yellow and also very good at schooling.
I also got in restock of many of the nerites I like to carry, and have more CPO’s available.
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