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Old 08-24-2012, 08:14 PM   #41
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Wow, some stunning tanks in this thread!

Currently, my only FW tank is my 12 gallon long Iwagumi and it is still growing in:
I really like the look of that tank
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Old 08-24-2012, 08:23 PM   #42
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Wow, some stunning tanks in this thread!

Currently, my only FW tank is my 12 gallon long Iwagumi and it is still growing in:
Stunning tank, going to look amazing in a few months - wouldn't want to know how much that set up cost, I'm sure it wasn't cheap.
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Lol cost is all relative. I used to think my FW setups were costly. Then I got a reef tank...

Thanks for the compliments.
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Where did you get the wood piece from on the right? Very nice.
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Old 08-25-2012, 03:11 PM   #45
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Can't say that mine is "heavily" planted but here's my 29G

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I think the hardest part of a planted tank is patiently waiting for the plants to fill out, my Java moss has been the hardest to get it to attach to anything. I have a naughty little pleco that likes to move it all over the tank every night
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Hmmm... For some reason the picture wouldn't post, let me try again



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Can't say that mine is "heavily" planted but here's my 29G

I think the hardest part of a planted tank is patiently waiting for the plants to fill out, my Java moss has been the hardest to get it to attach to anything. I have a naughty little pleco that likes to move it all over the tank every night
I'm going through the same thing. Darn Eastern American newt and SAE are uprooting my glosso left and right. Didn't help that I just chopped 80% of it hoping it would root more solidly. Just have to wait for it to fill back in. Glad my bushynose doesn't uproot it, too.
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Hmmm... For some reason the picture wouldn't post, let me try again
Jaw just hit the floor. A-MA-ZING. So original.
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Wow. I must take some aquascaping lessons from you.
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Wow. I must take some aquascaping lessons from you.
Lol no lessons needed, your only limited to what you can imagine.
Thanks for the compliments though
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