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Old 08-08-2012, 06:14 PM   #1 
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The Evolution of my 10 Gallon.

Several months ago I set up a 10 gallon aquarium and I've never really been one to leave well enough alone so it has went through a few stages as far as looks go. This is what it looked like the first day I set it up.


And this is what it looks like now. I think I like it now.

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Old 08-08-2012, 06:19 PM   #2 
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its GORGEOUS! you must have great aquascaping skills!
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Old 08-08-2012, 06:23 PM   #3 
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very pretty Relic! I love how bright the glofish are :)
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its GORGEOUS! you must have great aquascaping skills!
Thank you! Skill? OCD? same thing
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very pretty Relic! I love how bright the glofish are :)
Thanks! The glofish are so awesome.
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I forgot to add this phase...You can see how much that banana lily has grown in just a few months. The tiger barbs have gone to a bigger home.
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your sword is so much happier than mine, lol. i need some root tabs.
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did you change the substrate while your tank still had fish in it? I was thinking about changing my gravel to sand, or at least different gravel...
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did you change the substrate while your tank still had fish in it? I was thinking about changing my gravel to sand, or at least different gravel...
No...But I have done that in the past. When I did do that, I left a bit a old gravel in it and put the new sand on top of the old stuff. Worked just fine. I actually getting ready to completely re-do that tank...again. The whole system crashed the other day out of the blue and killed all but 2 of my fish. I'm probably going to go low budget and just put a layer of flourite and black gravel. Then cycle the tank and make it a tank for a few female bettas.
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thanks! Sorry it crashed! I am sure the re-do will look great!
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