This is my dwarf puffer jungle tank I have decided to make, I had this jungle tank on the end of my other 3 nano triptych project that you can find here: 3 Nano 'heterogeneous' Triptych - A fresh start | UK Aquatic Plant Society I decided to strip the three tanks down and focus on one small project whilst at uni so decided to get something easy and fun.. The journal has started with photos from my triptych as this is how it was when I started setting it up. Tonight I will try to get some new photos up of its new place in my office. .... ....I received all this from Ian holdich today.. Words can't express how thankful I am considering what I paid.. This has truly spurred me on to create 3 different scapes across the tanks.. Here are some photos of what arrived.. I'll work on a design and get it up asap. OK here it is... Complete change to the far right tank.. I thought why not mix things up as suggested.. So here it is. Ignore the big dragon stone rock its merely weighing down the wood.. I'll remove it next week DSC_0115[/ur]Jack Dicker DSC_0118Jack Dicker DSC_0125Jack Dicker DSC_0124Jack Dicker DSC_0124Jack Dicker DSC_0128Jack Dicker DSC_0129Jack Dicker DSC_0136Jack Dicker DSC_0135Jack Dicker DSC_0137Jack Dicker DSC_0138Jack Dicker DSC_0140Jack Dicker clearer photo this morning... DSC_0152Jack Dicker So.. that was when the jungle was still part of the triptych, after deciding to strip them all down my jungle tank is now in my office on its own, it actually looks pretty smart and works better on its own. Today I went out and bought 4 baby puffers, I spoke to a couple of people in there and they said I should be fine with 4. Im hoping their right.. if not my friends can always take some off my hands... I will get some proper shots of the set up tonight and put them up. I will be maybe updating this once a week as like my wabi kusa, so not as full on as usual. But still trying to stay on UKAPS as best I can.