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post #31 of 35 (permalink) Old 04-02-2013, 08:38 AM Thread Starter
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Planted coffee pot pics.

I know I put way too much sand in there. I'll probably end up redoing it this summer.
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Going to look great when it grows in! That's a very deep substrate for a small container with no water movement ... you should toss in a malaysian trumpet snail to keep it aerated. Most LFS that have them in their tanks will them to you for free if you don't already have some.

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I know I messed up on the substrate. MTS are at the top of my agenda.

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I know I messed up on the substrate. MTS are at the top of my agenda.
I wouldn't call it a mess up ... if you have any rooted plants, they'll appreciate the depth since there's not much room to spread.

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if there was any way you could possibly use that as an insert in a larger tank (it'd have to be high up enough that the metal band was out of the water) i think it'd be amazing!

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