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Old 01-28-2014, 08:46 AM   #421
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Old 01-28-2014, 08:46 PM   #422
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All fake plants in a 56 gal, stocking is 10 neon tetras, 5 hi fin tetras, 3 apple snails, 3 serpae tetras, 5 guppies, and 4 mollies.

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All fake plants in a 56 gal, stocking is 10 neon tetras, 5 hi fin tetras, 3 apple snails, 3 serpae tetras, 5 guppies, and 4 mollies.

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A slice of my planted tank. It was nice to see my shrimp up on the leaves instead of skulking round the back of the bog wood.
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A slice of my planted tank. It was nice to see my shrimp up on the leaves instead of skulking round the back of the bog wood.
Looks like it came right of the amazon! (but much clearer water) love it.
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As for the Mondo grass, if you have a little spot it can grow out the top and you can use a little plastic soap holder in clear or black acrylic or stainless. If you can't return it, you can plant it outside if you live in a temperate area, or in a pot on the windowsill. Good for a terrarium It is a nice plant, just not submerged. Lots of times we are misinformed. I had some in a tank for a number of months, before it began to die.
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Another one of my new tanks in progress.

Another cichlid peacock species tank, 6-7 fish with 1male to 5-6females. Got the sand, rocks, fitration and heating. Everything really, only the ammonia needed to start the cycle. Which ill get after the weekend as i know for a fact ill miss the postman tomorrow afternoon.

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Another one of my new tanks in progress.

Another cichlid peacock species tank, 6-7 fish with 1male to 5-6females. Got the sand, rocks, fitration and heating. Everything really, only the ammonia needed to start the cycle. Which ill get after the weekend as i know for a fact ill miss the postman tomorrow afternoon.

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4ft juwel rio240, 65gallons. In the middle between a 55 and 75. With the exact dimensions of a 55g or 75g but instead of the 13inch depth for 55 and 18inch for 75 its 16inchs. I could probably keep more than 6-7 fish i hear you say but have a trend and a soft spot for a low stocked species only.

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4ft juwel rio240, 65gallons. In the middle between a 55 and 75. With the exact dimensions of a 55g or 75g but instead of the 13inch depth for 55 and 18inch for 75 its 16inchs. I could probably keep more than 6-7 fish i hear you say but have a trend and a soft spot for a low stocked species

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