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Old 02-25-2013, 02:03 PM   #2271
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Pwc on my bettas tank and added new plants. My husband came home today with two baby elephant nose to add with my big guy (he got them for my early birthday present) so I'm now looking for a bigger tank yippee
Yay for a bigger tank, and then there will be the other tank you have right now to refill !!!!!!!!!!!Now that's Yipeeeeee!

Happy Early Birthday!!! Good Hubby!
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Old 02-25-2013, 02:32 PM   #2272
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Yay for a bigger tank, and then there will be the other tank you have right now to refill !!!!!!!!!!!Now that's Yipeeeeee!

Happy Early Birthday!!! Good Hubby!
Thanks really excited! Going to let them settle and hopefully feed then off to get a bigger tank yippee! Here's a pic of my new babies they are so tiny to gonzo lol

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Thanks really excited! Going to let them settle and hopefully feed then off to get a bigger tank yippee! Here's a pic of my new babies they are so tiny to gonzo lol
Aw! That's so awesome! Sounds like he's an awesome hubby. happy bday!
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Old 02-25-2013, 02:39 PM   #2274
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Aw! That's so awesome! Sounds like he's an awesome hubby. happy bday!
Thank you! It's a great birthday present, and he's a great hubby lol they're settling in brilliant
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Moved all the plants around in my 26, trying to figure out how I'd like it when I change substrate and re-scape it soon.
It looks SOOO much better now!!

I also found my first batch of RCS babies in their QT tank!

And did PWC's on all of my tanks.

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Moved all the plants around in my 26, trying to figure out how I'd like it when I change substrate and re-scape it soon.
It looks SOOO much better now!!

I also found my first batch of RCS babies in their QT tank!

And did PWC's on all of my tanks.

Before and after:: (please don't mind the substrate, it looks like clown puke, i hate it!)
Congrats on the RCS!
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Old 02-25-2013, 02:53 PM   #2277
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ROFL!! that made me spit coffee!
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That is the most beautiful sight, the little guys frolicking! Have fun shopping!
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ROFL!! that made me spit coffee!
Haha I'm sorry! Hope you didn't burn yourself!
I hate that substrate with a passion. At first I didn't know how long I would keep this tank up for so I just added gravel from old tanks into it. But now that its been up for like 6+ months I am in serious need of a change!
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Haha I'm sorry! Hope you didn't burn yourself!
I hate that substrate with a passion. At first I didn't know how long I would keep this tank up for so I just added gravel from old tanks into it. But now that its been up for like 6+ months I am in serious need of a change!
I just change the substrate on a "new to me" 75g. I used black diamond sand blasting sand. 100 lbs for 18 bucks!!

Still abit cloudy but you get the idea.
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