Hey guys, Apologies if anyones like "oh here's this japes guy again with his bloody tank updates", but I've made a decent amount of changes lately and stock that I've been growing up for the last 12-18 months is maturing nicely. Handful of shots I've taken over the last month and a bit of my Eartheaters. Canon EOS400D, 50MM F1.8 and Canon 24-70MM F2.8, tank lighting only. I'll sort them by tanks: 140G Rio Essequibo, Guyana Biotope 9x Satanoperca leucosticta 20x Hyphessobrycon rosaceus "Rosy Tetra" 28x Hemigrammus erythrozonus "Glowlight Tetra" 7x Corydoras panda (WTB Corydoras melanistius) Dominant male (sexually mature, 15.5cm TL) Flirting between a sub-dominant male (or possibly female) and breeding female, while the male was holding. 75G Rio Tapajos/Rio Amazonas Biotope 6x Geophagus sp. "Araguaia Orange Head" (3M 3F) 42x Hyphessobrycon pulchripinnis "Lemon Tetra" 8x Nannostomus beckfordi "Golden Pencilfish" 8x Corydoras julii 5x Otocinclus hoppei Male from the primary breeding pair. Second, although probably dominant male, has quite the temper and likes beating up women. Anyway, I'll save you all some bandwidth and stop there, thanks for looking.