Hi folks, I think I did not introduce my tank here yet, that runs since 2010 - and because I am about to change it a bit in the next time it is a good reason to show it to you now. It is a big tank 180 x 60 x 60 cm - and its story you can find on my blog as a timelapse: https://moss-maniac.blogspot.com/p/blog-page.html and also the whole story since January 2010 - with lots of photos: https://moss-maniac.blogspot.com/search/label/Aquaristik My blog is fallen asleep a bit - I suffer from a chronic shortage of time. This is like the tank was about untill last Christmas... Still in the tank: 9 Corydoras Sterbai about 12 Pangio kuhlii 16 Sewellia lineolata about 35 Caridina japoncia 1 Ancistrus and lots of snails: Vittina coromandeliana, Vittina semiconica, Filopaludina sp. div.Planorbella duryi var. and Melanoides tuberculata and also Physella acuta Ok. The big mangrove root on the right, 100 x 50 cm, is now also out of the tank, I have two nasty, but very pretty catfish, that tried to destroy it in record time together with all the other roots, too. The big mangrove became better in this way but also particularly very fragile, it breaks fast and has to be handled very carefully, because all in all it is very heavy. A lot of smaller roots dissapeared completely. I will remove these two catfish to a new tank, there they can work on new bought roots and make them more beautiful - what they really do - they only do not stop in time! It was hardly possible to catch them in the crowded tank - and because I wanted to change it anyway I waited... and waited untill they forced me to act. I am flabbergasted what has been all in the tank.... enough stuff anyway... here only the wood: The small fotos is the big mangrove in different positions, do not know yet, which I like most. It will lay around now for a longer time anyway, until I willfind tie again to work on - that's always the best to come to a conclusion. and from the other side.... oh my god, so many possibilities... and masses of little pieces... and here the rests in the tank... I did a part of the plants in pots already - it's easier to move them later in this way. So whenever I find time, which is unfortunately not always, I will work on there, please be patient.