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post #1191 of 2466 (permalink) Old 06-13-2014, 07:41 PM
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What a lovely 'scape. I especially like how the wood comes out of the slope you've set up. Beautiful!

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post #1192 of 2466 (permalink) Old 06-13-2014, 11:53 PM
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Thanks! I watched a LOT of videos and looked at LOT of photographs to plan out that tank. I'm just hoping everything doesn't die on me.
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post #1193 of 2466 (permalink) Old 06-14-2014, 10:58 AM
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one more update on squishy, took out a giant chunk of java fern, (which is up for grabs if you pay for shipping)

moved a few things around. got a new glass tank cover ordered, so hopefully that goes on soon. will be using tandem CFL and LED lighting.

added a bunch of floating plants, no longer dosing Excel, no longer dosing any liquid ferts, just the occasional fert stick for the root feeders. and go figure, my hair algae is almost all gone... puzzling...
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This is something I threw together without trimming. I guess its pretty low-tech tank compare to my 37g and 100g. Most of the clippings go into this 10g tank for experiment. No co2, i only use flouish trance. My betta CrayCray loves it.
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post #1195 of 2466 (permalink) Old 06-14-2014, 05:35 PM
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This is something I threw together without trimming. I guess its pretty low-tech tank compare to my 37g and 100g. Most of the clippings go into this 10g tank for experiment. No co2, i only use flouish trance. My betta CrayCray loves it.
looking good, i like the untrimmed look. what kind of lighting are you using?
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looking good, i like the untrimmed look. what kind of lighting are you using?
Simple 13 watt 6500k daylight bulb and work light reflector hung vertically. I'm actually taking this down for a 30g long.
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Been a while, so here is an updated shot of Smaug, hanging out in his Spec 2G in my office. :)

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post #1198 of 2466 (permalink) Old 06-18-2014, 09:36 PM
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Nano remodel for my new lil girl

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Both tanks are really nice. Congratulations to you two for planting such aesthetically pleasing environments. Got my "big" word in for the day.

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Both tanks are really nice. Congratulations to you two for planting such aesthetically pleasing environments. Got my "big" word in for the day.
Thanks...how many times can ya replant a tank - lol.....

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