- A small cairn
- A larger cave with attachment for pangio and Tatia Perugia
The stones were in the Thuringian Slate Mountains even collected (if someone comes into the vicinity and also wants to collect the B281 Eisfeld - Neuhaus am Rennweg lends itself very well). They were then screened home and thereby examined more closely. From the red rocks but many are kicked out a few I've risked use. After more than 1 year I can not say anything negative about the stones and would again at any time using .. Also grossly soiled stones which are or have oddly looked immediately flew out again. Really sharp edges were also not be tolerated. Then what is left over was boiled in a large saucepan. They were then placed for 24 hours in a bucket of water to look at whether they give oil which was the case in any stone. Only after they have been glued with aquarium silicone and introduced into the aquarium. The caves are very well received by the pangio they scurry managed almost exclusively among the stones around.
On the cave then is another cave built by L-Numbers oasis.
The lower tray is filled with stones and because it is open at the back and behind the same sitting of the filter, there is also a good flow is present. The pangio like it very well. In the upper part Tonhöhlen are accommodated rearward tapering. This is the home of Tatia Perugia, very happy to accept that caves at the surface. This design is a custom-made especially for me and the aquarium.
On the left side is still a heap of stones. This Cairn is very loose settled wordurch many caves and shelters for Thorn eyes and Corys arise. They can be clearly seen on the last picture which is, however, arose shortly after the establishment, now everything is covered a bit tight. This cairn is not glued but is loose in the aquarium.