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Old 07-14-2013, 08:56 AM   #21
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Very cool... I was admiring black sand the other day but it looked too sharp for my Corys (a fish ok w/ Bettas. Panda Corys would look good on black sand plus they're dwarf so 4 in a small tank would be good!!). I have Eco-complete which is still pretty cool looking & awesome for my plants.
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Old 07-14-2013, 08:57 AM   #22
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This is Tahitian moon sand. It is actually a fine gravel and very soft. Thanks!
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This is Tahitian moon sand. It is actually a fine gravel and very soft. Thanks!
Nice, I'll check it out!! We're thinking about changing the substrate in my daughter's moderately planted Guppy & Ghost Shrimp tank. We have 5 aquariums plus 3 small tanks. There definitely some addiction as a family going on here!
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Mind if I ask what you are using to hold the plants in the tank off the back side?
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Old 07-14-2013, 03:58 PM   #25
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Looking great Carole!!
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Old 07-14-2013, 09:17 PM   #27
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Nice, I'll check it out!! We're thinking about changing the substrate in my daughter's moderately planted Guppy & Ghost Shrimp tank. We have 5 aquariums plus 3 small tanks. There definitely some addiction as a family going on here!
I know the feeling. I was supposed to be doing two tanks. Now there are three!{plus a 90 gal } Hopeless

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Mind if I ask what you are using to hold the plants in the tank off the back side?
No not at all. They are from a guy who sells riparium supplies and plants. I met him on another forum.

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I'm really liking the industrial look of the metal framework on that is it custom or was it like that new?
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Thanks. Yes, these came this way..in the 50's-60's. They have a slate bottom. That's all there was.
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Oh wow that's awesome! Is it stainless steel? How do you keep the metal nice?
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