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Old 10-23-2012, 01:46 PM   #11 
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three imbellises (imbelli?) one males, two females, two apple snails, four cory cats and a smallish school of black neon tetras. maybe a couple of ADF too. decorate it with live java moss on the driftwood, stacked flatrock on top of soil for substrate, dwarf hairgrass growing between the rocks, and a lush thicket of java ferns or amazon swords against the back glass that'll grow big enough to droop down and form a nice big canopy. fore-and midground plants do a mixture of wisteria, anubias nana, and maybe some rosettes.

I like this stocking idea but not sure about the 2 females. I had him and a female in a divided and he started shredding himself.

Whats the diffence with apple and zebra snails besides the look?
I was going to make a tree with the java moss and diftwood. [is it okay to use ceramic driftwood in a npt?] and I was thinking about some dwarf hair grass and amazon swords and there was this grass I seen on a website that was really tall and it flowed over the top, any idea what I could be talking about? It was jungle something. lol
And I loove wisteria, I have to put it in.

And for substrate I was going to use small river pebbles over soil like in my 5 gallon that I have to take down from lack of space in my room but I might get some bigger ones or go back to sand for the 22 cube. Not sure yet.

I really like the leopard and masked corydoras <3
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Old 10-23-2012, 02:04 PM   #12 
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Would I need a filter for a NPT?
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Old 10-23-2012, 04:27 PM   #13 
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Would I need a filter for a NPT?
yes. the plants will improve water quality a lot, but they're not enough just by themselves.
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Old 10-23-2012, 04:33 PM   #14 
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Personally, I like anacharis and if you position them right you cant get a nice natural looking bush. Also, they are excellent absorbers for nitrites and ammonia.
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