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Old 06-15-2011, 04:21 PM   #1
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A few pics from my 63 Gallon.....

My Rainbow Shark & the only Clown Loach that was happy to pose
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Very nice. How about a full tank shot.
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Old 06-15-2011, 04:44 PM   #3
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Very nice. How about a full tank shot.
Thank you. I'll try to get a full tank shot this evening. I've huge windows on the other side of the room & unless it's dark you get terrible reflections!!
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your shark looks awesome.
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your shark looks awesome.
Cheers. He's a very inquisitive little thing. I've got a Red Tail Shark in my other tank. He's just as beautiful, only considerably easier going
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Nice looking fish.
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Old 06-16-2011, 05:52 PM   #7
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Very nice. How about a full tank shot.
A few new pics....

The tank is very much a work in progress, I have a lovely piece of driftwood for the centre, but it's still leaching tannins (badly!)
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Very nice looking tank! Fish look great.

However, it appears you have at least 1 non-aquatic plant in there. The plant on the right side looks to be Ophiopogon japonica, which is a terrestrial or bog plant. Judging by the coloration, it looks like it isn't going to last a whole lot longer. It would be best to pull it out.
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Very nice looking tank! Fish look great.

However, it appears you have at least 1 non-aquatic plant in there. The plant on the right side looks to be Ophiopogon japonica, which is a terrestrial or bog plant. Judging by the coloration, it looks like it isn't going to last a whole lot longer. It would be best to pull it out.
Thanks. I need to look into my plants. It's been in there for about 6 weeks, but it is splitting on the ends of the leaves. It was bought in good faith from my LFS, but my plant knowledge is something I really need to work on! Most of the discolouration is brown algae, which wipes off. I think I may order online for m plants, so I know exactly what I'm getting.
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My Rainbow Shark & the only Clown Loach that was happy to pose
Nice shots. SLR camera?
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