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post #5 of (permalink) Old 03-04-2019, 04:56 PM
bluesamphire
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That shape and that position would be perfect for a paludarium.

That is a tank where plants grow up out of the water.
If you chose plants like pothos or peace lily that have low light requirements, then a north facing window wouldn’t be a problem.
It would look stunning growing up in that position. Absolutely stunning.

Here are a couple of pics to show the potential

https://www.fishkeepingworld.com/wp-...tant-Idea-.jpg

https://aquaverdi.com/blogs/news/par...-biotope-ideas

http://i39.photobucket.com/albums/e1...um103112-2.jpg

https://scontent-lga3-1.cdninstagram...NTc1Ng%3D%3D.2

70litre tank: mature setup; betta, purple rasboras, male guppies, amano and wood shrimp. Heavily planted.
22litre cube tank: (Tagawa); betta, yellow dwarf shrimp. Pond snails and 1 assassin. Heavily planted.
Midnight in the 57litre tank (Midnight) ember tetras, 1 amano, 1 ghost, 1 nerite, pond snails, 1 assassin, doing his thing. Heavily planted.
200litre tank; honey gourami, cherry barbs, green neons, otocinclus, nerites, pond snails, amano. Heavily planted.
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