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Old 05-30-2012, 11:42 AM   #71
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Looks really good! The rockwork is crazy, ibe never seen it done like that
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U have ur candy cane in the sand?
Yes it's in the sand and actually seems happier there, it's grown more and has better color. It was stuck into a piece of rock and kept getting knocked down so I figured if it's on the bottom it can't get knocked down any further.
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Looks really good! The rockwork is crazy, ibe never seen it done like that
Thanks gboy, I wanted something different from the ruble pile or rock wall that was also fairly open so I can get a joke tang. This is what I came up with. The pile on the right is actually open underneath so it's a big cave for whoever wants to live in it.
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My candy canes are doing better in the sandbed as well under my radions.
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Yes it's in the sand and actually seems happier there, it's grown more and has better color. It was stuck into a piece of rock and kept getting knocked down so I figured if it's on the bottom it can't get knocked down any further.
What lights do you have?
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What lights do you have?
I have an aquamedic 6 lamp t5ho with led moonlights.
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Nunu I shake my fist in your general direction. After some thought I am getting a fox face lo, it's more colorful and alot tougher than a kole tang which is probably a good move. Plus it's poisonous how awesome lol.
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Alright, so tonight I'm headed to the city shopping. I've lined up a fox face and am also getting a powerhead for my mix bucket. I have also tracked down some GFO so I can run that in my canister and hopefully get the algae under control. A trip to the LFS usually also includes an impulse buy so maybe I'll have something else to report later.
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Alright, so tonight I'm headed to the city shopping. I've lined up a fox face and am also getting a powerhead for my mix bucket. I have also tracked down some GFO so I can run that in my canister and hopefully get the algae under control. A trip to the LFS usually also includes an impulse buy so maybe I'll have something else to report later.
I hate when those impulse buys happen lol everytime I go to my lfs I always leave with something
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Only impulse buy I will make is coral and I love it lol
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