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Old 02-27-2013, 08:53 PM   #8531 
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Thanks, I love how GREEN your tank looks! I'm in need of some floaters to decrease the light to my hygros which are growing hair algae and starting to burn (for now, I'm making do with a cue card that has holes in it placed under the light, over the moisture guard). Love your moss, what kind is it? I like that it floats a bit.
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Old 02-27-2013, 09:22 PM   #8532 
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It's just java moss. It's actually got a LOT of hair algae mixed in it. xD still, thanks! :) my goldfish ate my hygros and wisteria. All plants are now staying in THIS tank. xD still, I have duckweed, but I prefer my amazon frogbit. That stuff is AMAZING and I love the way it grows. My bacopa started burning so I had to put it in a different tank. I kinda killed my myrio green. It's all black and hard now. xD it's growing back in my betta tank, so it's getting there.

Betta tank. :P (please excuse the ripped fins on Firefly. He got into a fight with Titanium (black orchid) and I had to rearrange the whole tank. Only, now FF has rotala on his side)
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Old 02-28-2013, 08:38 AM   #8533 
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It's just java moss. It's actually got a LOT of hair algae mixed in it. xD still, thanks! :) my goldfish ate my hygros and wisteria. All plants are now staying in THIS tank. xD still, I have duckweed, but I prefer my amazon frogbit. That stuff is AMAZING and I love the way it grows. My bacopa started burning so I had to put it in a different tank. I kinda killed my myrio green. It's all black and hard now. xD it's growing back in my betta tank, so it's getting there.

Betta tank. :P (please excuse the ripped fins on Firefly. He got into a fight with Titanium (black orchid) and I had to rearrange the whole tank. Only, now FF has rotala on his side)
That tank is great. I am actually gonna go buy some bacopa, can you tell me if it would live with low lightning? I read that it can grow with low, medium, high lighting... Thanks. :)
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Old 02-28-2013, 11:41 AM   #8534 
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My ONE CFL on a 10g hood was too much for it. I moved it to my betta tank with low, incandescent lighting and it's doing great. The leaves get huge and the roots start growing from anywhere on the stem and move down to the gravel. My bettas love laying in it and my smaller fish love weaving through it. It's my second favorite plant. *is rotala rotundifolia queen* xD xD
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Old 02-28-2013, 03:03 PM   #8535 
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Nice! I just got an 8 watt strong neon light, I hope it will be enough. Check it out:



Should I scatter each bacopa plant singularly like on the right or should I keep it together like on the left? It is not my final setup yet, I still need to move some things around but I am waiting for my old grass to become better now, with proper lightning.
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Old 02-28-2013, 05:21 PM   #8536 
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Very nice! That bacopa will soon be at the top of the tank. :P
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Old 02-28-2013, 11:04 PM   #8537 
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heres the babys

Heres the babies tank. My friend read about bettas and asked for one of the babies back, Sadly i got a call earlier the baby didnt make it. Heres the little girl (ithink) i have now.

it's a 5.5 gallon. with Heater and a filter for just right now to help clear up the water. The red cup is the baby getting use to the water.
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Old 03-01-2013, 11:10 AM   #8538 
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I love that tank, I would remove the leafs below the water line. Bamboo leafs need to be out of the water or they'll die.
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Old 03-01-2013, 11:17 AM   #8539 
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I love that tank, I would remove the leafs below the water line. Bamboo leafs need to be out of the water or they'll die.
that explains so much
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Old 03-01-2013, 11:46 AM   #8540 
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I love that baby! It looks like it might be a dalmatian.
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