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Old 11-17-2012, 05:57 PM   #141
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Puffer18 is my beautiful gf who deserves a medal for putting up with me and my fishy obsession.

Just encase any of you were wondering.

That's not her real name either lmfao
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Old 11-17-2012, 09:55 PM   #142
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Lol how cute.. couples on the same thread Hahaha
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Old 11-18-2012, 09:01 AM   #143
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Lol how cute.. couples on the same thread Hahaha
Lol I know it's lovely ain't it!
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Old 11-18-2012, 07:32 PM   #144
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can you post up a full tank shot?
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can you post up a full tank shot?
There is a full shot of tank on page 4 before I added the fish.
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I looked for it but only saw the images that MrC posted up. I'll look again...
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nvm I see it, bottom of page 5 for me.
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nvm I see it, bottom of page 5 for me.
Lol that's ok, so now you've seen it what do ya think? Honestly! Lol
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Lol that's ok, so now you've seen it what do ya think? Honestly! Lol
I really like it. Its very open and organized. I like how you made the scape the way you did. The rocks themselves look very nice and colorful, they're not white or boring, really nice job.

You made a lot of spaces which is good for the fish you have/plan to stock are able to swim through and hide.

Did you epoxy the rocks together or just stack them up ? I stacked mine
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I really like it. Its very open and organized. I like how you made the scape the way you did. The rocks themselves look very nice and colorful, they're not white or boring, really nice job.

You made a lot of spaces which is good for the fish you have/plan to stock are able to swim through and hide.

Did you epoxy the rocks together or just stack them up ? I stacked mine
Thanks glad you like it.
No I just stacked them up. I put the bottom layer about an inch and half away from the back wall and then the 3rd layer is resting on the back wall. I done it so the fish could get behind the rocks and chill out/hide and I provided lots of holes for the fish to swim through.
It needs more light over it but I'm getting there.

I will be selling it after Xmas along with my 4ft discus tank. The plan is to sell them both then buy a 4x2x2 tank cabinet with sump. So I can do it properly with a skimmer and other stuff.

So there will be another new build thread coming soon lol.
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