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Old 03-18-2012, 07:39 PM   #1
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I am not sure I like the layout. So, what do you think about it? Be honest, don't sugarcoat anything! I can take the truth lol

Anyway, Its a 60 g with 108 watts of t5 HO. Set up in December. Started dry ferts last week, diy co2 a couple days ago because some of the plants weren't doing as good as others.

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Oh no! Does it really look that bad? Lol
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It does need something
driftwood, moss,rocks and/or maybe more plants
It will look better as the plants grow
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I like it. Add a nice piece of driftwood if that's your thing right in the middle to break it up. You can even glue some Anubias to the wood I you want. And maybe some stacks of small to medium river rocks to really make it pop.
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Do you think I should get rid of the slate and put a piece of driftwood instead? I have a smaller piece on hand that would fit nicely there.
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Do you think I should get rid of the slate and put a piece of driftwood instead? I have a smaller piece on hand that would fit nicely there.
I don't like telling people what to do with there tanks, just don't feel it's polite. But yes try the driftwood you may like it better
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I don't like telling people what to do with there tanks, just don't feel it's polite. But yes try the driftwood you may like it better
Okay thanks! I'm going to try to add the dw and the slate because the kuhlis love hiding under the slate
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