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Old 02-28-2005, 10:42 AM   #81
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Thanks for the update Sulla! Sounds like things went pretty well.
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Old 07-20-2005, 02:47 PM   #82
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Thought I would post another update. Till now I have not lost any fish. I have switched from Yellow Labs to Silver Dollars thoe. At the moment I am trying out the planted look with nonaquarium specific silk plants. (See image). You can read more about that
http://www.aquariumadvice.com/viewtopic.php?t=57299

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it still looks fantastic! Thanks for the update. I don't see any fishies though... they all hiding?
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they have a super thick forest to frolic in, i know i would prefer being in there. i am surprised the face isn't more covered in algae though some of the bricks on the right hand side look to have some covering but the face is pretty darn clean. whats your secret sulla ?

tank still blows me away though, fanstatic work.
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Well I run rather a low amount of light per day, lots of filtration and not to many fish.

And yes the stupid fish are hiding. They hide most of the time. I am tempted to trade them for some fish that are more friendly.
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Wow that looks amazing, I got to thinking about that and salt water, maybe a Atlantis type thing. I'm not sure how it would work out but It got me to thinking.
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Sounds cool I would like to see it.
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Old 11-01-2005, 01:41 PM   #88
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Wow Very nice

I am impressed.
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Honestly I think it's way to busy and takes way to much away from all the work you've done on the background.

What you had before was nice.. I would say if you could say take the diffrince between the two you would really make things look nicer.

You did all that work on the back ground that is truely amazing. I never even though of trying something like that till I saw this. I want to give it a try my self once I get my 75G to replace my current 50G. And I think while, yes it's a background. You put to much work into to just cover it up with plants.

IMO.

Regradless. VERY NICE
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Super sweet. This is the first time I've checked out this thread, and I'm extremely impressed.

You just raised the bar by a LOT... darn, now I have to do something amazing to get props!
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