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Old 12-19-2011, 01:03 PM   #21
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Maybe get rid of one molly, it would lessen your bioload and make water changes easier

I give it a 5, I wish it had some live plants in it, and then with the bridge, you could use some blue gravel under it to make it look like a river in a forest, now that would look real nice
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I give it a 5, I wish it had some live plants in it, and then with the bridge, you could use some blue gravel under it to make it look like a river in a forest, now that would look real nice
+1, good idea on plants.

It's a very cute tank though, like the little bridge there.
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Thanks everyone for your feedback. I agree about the plants, as I said I did want real ones but didn't want to bite off too much in one go, will swap over to real ones in a month or two.

Also, quite like the idea of the blue gravel under the bridge to give the effect of a river running under the bridge. May attempt that!

Thanks again.
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I can't even tell you how many changes my tanks have been through, my first tank especially. Hard to believe, looking at my tanks now, that I started off with blue gravel and bathing beauty statues as decor.....
Lol kinda like me. Then you start changing the tank to look more natural so the fish feel better.
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I hear ya Lynda! I started out my first tank with a castle, a driftwood, pink gravel and a goldfish and a molly
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