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Old 08-11-2009, 01:00 AM   #71
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i am anxious too ill be sure to include before the tank was set up and after it gets set up in here as well... ive ran through 3 razor blades already, gotta go to bed now though, work tomorrow, then start back again tomorrow night.. then wednesday ill be starting to fill it up and thank God for python water changing systems... best $30 ive spent so far
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Old 08-12-2009, 12:17 AM   #72
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nice work spoonman... nice work. I really like how you have the rock in the bottom
I've always liked your tank set up Spoon! The sand makes it look that much better.

Curious, what type of plants are those? I'm looking to add some real plants to my mbuna tank, but not sure what kind they won't eat!
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Old 08-12-2009, 12:46 AM   #73
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heres a good before and after pic... before i cleaned up all the saltwater crap, after i cleaned it, but before setting up, and after i set it up... for some reason it looks super cloudy, but its not, i guess its just the way it looks from where i took the picture?? anyways, this is my 125, dont be too jealous and btw, they are out of order for some reason and it wont let me change them... the top left is dirty, the bottom is clean, then the top right is the not so great picture of the initial setup
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Old 08-12-2009, 12:55 AM   #74
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I've always liked your tank set up Spoon! The sand makes it look that much better.

Curious, what type of plants are those? I'm looking to add some real plants to my mbuna tank, but not sure what kind they won't eat!
Those are big fake plants that i got from my LFS. I like the way they look though and I couldnt find any the Mbuna wouldnt eat, and they are much easier to take care of and much cleaner.
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Wow, you guys have some ridiculously nice setups.
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Old 08-15-2009, 09:03 PM   #76
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alright... heres my before and after, once again lol... before i set it up, after i set it up... keep in mind it still needs work... i plan on adding some more rock (lots more rock) in the near future... and for those of you who dont recognize it, this is my new 125
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Old 08-22-2009, 01:22 PM   #77
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Here's some new pics of a few of our tanks.

The 10g I re-did a couple of months or so ago with black sand.

The 20L is about 2 mnths after set up and how it looks now.


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wow, theyre beautiful
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I'm having trouble uploading our 29g that I re-did. Darn it *pouts*
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i usually have to upload one at a time, i never can get more than one to upload
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