The Aphyosemion splendopleure 'Muyuka Police Station' C89-15 have been growing well. Kind of funny that I can just sit back, add food and change water, and have little fish appear in the tank.
Before the photos the girst task was to remove some of the duckweed from the tank surface which had grown thick enough that the tank was too dark for the camera. I removed a good portion of it in the front and was surprised by the number of fish that appeared. The largest male is maybe 1.5 and the largest female a little over 1 inch. It looks to be a male heavy sex ratio unfortunately. Even with the duckweed removed it was impossible to focus on fish in the lower half of the tank...the tank has a bit of a dark jungle look to it to say the least.
An average sized(about 1 inch) male.
The largest female. Wonder when she'll be ready to spawn?
Just to show how the colors have come in and to show that they aren't very comfortable around the camera.
One of the smaller males just getting his colors and finnage.
One of the larger males. This Anubias leaf with the current water depth is just below the surface and fish regularly squirm onto it to pick any tidbits that are on the leaf.
A juvenile(hoping it is a female! and a male and a female in a sparring fight.
I have no idea how many fish are in here but not including the parents maybe 10? I have not poked around in the tank lately but it has turned into a solid wall of Najas, java moss, and a few other plants.