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It is Water Sprite.
It's not very delicate at all. In fact, all my plants(with the exception of the cobomba) are very hardy and easy plants.
It's lovely.

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This thread needs reviving!!!
I took some small trimmings and did away with ALL of Reuben's fake plants! Tank looks a little pathetic and empty right now, but hopefully they'll take off like they've done in my angel tank

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let me share some algae here XD
i thought it was beautiful... too bad it's all gone now :(




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Lol
It does look pretty xD

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My tanks are not nearly as beautiful as everyone else's but here they are! lol
Augustus and his 4 gallon:

Julius and his 3 gallon:

I am hoping the plants will grow out and become more jungle like. I am also hopefully getting another tank soon that will be a planted tank aswell. :)

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post #588 of 2468 (permalink) Old 11-11-2013, 10:52 PM
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Planted tanks are the best
Here is my shrimp tank- the only planted tank I dare allow see the daylight for now haha

As you can see, my snail has done her daily uprooting of anubias..Ohwell, won't hurt them.

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Snails uprooting?!
I've never heard such a thing!

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She doesn't do it intentionally, she just likes to crawl around the bottom and doesn't care what's in her way x3. 'Big' mystery snail, so the plants don't really have a chance. Especially not the anubias, which can't be planted that deeply. :c
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