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Old 09-30-2009, 10:44 PM   #11
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Really diggin it. All those long narrow blades of grass are giving it sort of a bamboo forest feel. What sort of other plants are you thinking of adding? I hope you keep the asian forest theme going!
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I plan to add more dwarf sag to fill in the front and a few more tiger lotus. I think it's good for now on the jungle vals. I went with red jungle and regular green. Can't wait for the red to show off. I'm also planning to eventually go with some red mangrove.
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Old 09-30-2009, 10:45 PM   #12
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Absolutely adore this tank. I hope to see more photos in the future, including the added plants and plant growth. Thanks for sharing!

Thank you.

As it gets stocked and things fill in I plan to add to my albums
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Old 09-30-2009, 11:08 PM   #13
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What's the history of the dragons?
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Right now there's different kinds of mollies. Eventually there will be knight gobys, bumblebee gobys and a Dragon goby
you mean prehistoric dragon gobies? XD
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you mean prehistoric dragon gobies? XD
I have always heard and read them called dragon gobies or violet gobies.
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Just wanted to make sure no one confused them with the (fully) sw dragon goby.
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Love the tank. Maybe I am partial because I was born in the year of the dragon and love dragons!
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the dragon bubblers are not really my thing, but they kind of work. like the rest though. it really pulls together
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What's the history of the dragons?

No history per se. I'm just partial to dragons. Being native american on my mothers side I was always told the animals you dream about are your spirit guides. I would dream about dragons, sharks and wolves.
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I have always heard and read them called dragon gobies or violet gobies.

A1, yep the prehistoric ones
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