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Old 09-10-2011, 12:14 PM   #31
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I do too, but the community tank while it's actually really pretty is not getting the attention it deserves and after two attempts at planting it and failing I;ve decided to concentrate on my sw tanks. And the 55g is being with a 90g so it's all good.

Thanks for the compliment, I followed all your builds and found them really helpful for my FW tanks. i envy you that you can keep a planted tank.

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aww....thank you hun. I did have a little mishap with a 3-day weekend feeder when I was not home for 2 weeks. the first week I checked to see if the feeder worked, all it did was contributing a LOT of algae and my fish ended up dying one by one. My plants were melted too so I have to kinda restart all over again. I know. But I am getting back there....

I just adore your SW. If only I have some good funds, I would take the challenge. But I have to be realistic. LOL. Anyway, I love your tanks.


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