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post #941 of 1004 (permalink) Old 03-22-2017, 08:20 AM
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Where did @Aqua Aurora go?

The Males~
Lucifer, Gabriel, Titan, King, Finnegan, Fin-again & Ricky.
Lucifer & Gabriel are my only non-rescues...

The Females~
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Where did @Aqua Aurora go?
Sorry I've been rather busy

quick update:
Redid Shreduski's tank and shuffled some things, selling plants from the 10g in the marketplace section: tons of ricca, bocopa carinia (but spelled right), water sprite, hygro temple, and a crypt.
Took the 10g and put all the lucky bamboo in it, filled just enough to use sponge filter (little under half).
Shreduski couldn't swim at all in the 2.5 (just wiggle between roots) as it was so over grown in root tangles! He's gotten fat from lack of activity and being fed as much as the active bettas so diet time to trim the fat.
Tank looks better in person, doesn't photograph well with sun out, may try taking a night time photo later





Will post about others.. eventually ^^''
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More updates:
Before Shreduski's tank redo I toggled Cocoa (dalmation hm) and Kudu's (dtpk) tanks. The african water fern was so over grown it needed more space than the cookie jar gave..the bubble bowl gives more space but I may need to confiscate the jumbo bubble bowl eventually for these plants.. plus the plant basket (for lemon mint) I have hanging in Cocoa's tank wasn't staying put well with the sharp curve-the cookie jar has a nice lip I can fold the hooks into. Herbs are still tiny so no shots of them







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UGH FML!!
Was trynig to rinse out the 8g jumbo bubble bowl to redo with new plants aaaand smashed it in the utility sink >.<
Have to put André and new plants in a 10g that has frosted sides for several days while I wait on an expensive replacement bubble bowl to arrive (hope new one doesn't arrive broken!) the tinted glass means I won't be able to see my fish >.< oh well its temp.

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Beautiful tanks as always. Sorry about bubble bowl. Have broke tank cleaning before. Good to have extras for temporary. Hope new one gets there soon.

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I'm glad you had a back up tank! What a mess. I hope the next one is delivered unbroken, too.

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Beautiful tanks as always. Sorry about bubble bowl. Have broke tank cleaning before. Good to have extras for temporary. Hope new one gets there soon.
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I'm glad you had a back up tank! What a mess. I hope the next one is delivered unbroken, too.
New bubble bowl came in, stuffed new plants and André in. Crypt-o-maia.. hopefully they don't' all melt




Still unnamed male, most recent buy but have had a while-use to look pink in older photos. Trying to grow dill on his tank, also have pothos. His fins were soooo rotted away when i got him, have had good grow back so far



'nother photo of cocao


And few more photos of Shreduski's bamboo tank-he's getting his muscles back and working off the fat but still not 100% yet



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Can we keep crypt without substrate??
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Can we keep crypt without substrate??
I let the tiny ones and any broken bits of roots that are still firm float on the surface, they eventually get new growth, so yes but you have to be delicate about tieing them down if that is your plant (attaching to decor/wood).
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Love new bowl. I have been on a crypt buying spree lately as well. Got a lutea and undulata today. I have some parva in one of my tanks that is having some yellowing of leaves. It has been planted at least a couple of weeks or so. I know they are quite grumpy when adjusting to new environments but is osmocote enough of a fertilizer?

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