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Old 03-09-2013, 11:02 PM   #2511
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Water changes on all the tank and installed the new acrylic tops on the tank.
Thats looking like a very nice tank.
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Old 03-09-2013, 11:12 PM   #2512
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Water changes on all the tank and installed the new acrylic tops on the tank.
Have I mentioned how much I love your tank?
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Old 03-09-2013, 11:48 PM   #2513
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Water changes on all the tank and installed the new acrylic tops on the tank.
Your tank does look great..
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Old 03-10-2013, 10:33 AM   #2514
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Thanks all!! I'm pretty happy with the way it's turning out myself.
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Bought 2 new lights and a marineland emperor 400 hopefully it will work ... doing a pwc as my ammonia is up notch.. then gonna enjoy my new tank as much as the fish are.. its so different bc at feed time everyone is so busy exploring n swimming only half of them notice me dropping food..
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Added a paired GBR's to my tank today, decided to take the red heads back wasn't going to be enough room for them and my elephant nose.
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Old 03-10-2013, 03:11 PM   #2517
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I'm taking no prisoners with my mts. Bought a small net and very carefully sifting through my sand and removing every last one I come across. Took out my big root decor and since it has soo many nooks and crannies I couldn't get every snail off. I decided to use this cold weather and set the root decor outside to freeze them off. I'll retrieve it after a few hours. With the roots out, I kind of like the look of my tank. On the left side is a jungle of plants and they sort of spill into the open right side. My male Bolivian ram wasn't too pleased but he'll have to suck it up for today.

Finished the right side of the tank and replaced the root decor. Anyone want frozen escargot? The other side is gonna be a pain because I'll have to up root all my plants!!!!!!
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I'm taking no prisoners with my mts. Bought a small net and very carefully sifting through my sand and removing every last one I come across. Took out my big root decor and since it has soo many nooks and crannies I couldn't get every snail off. I decided to use this cold weather and set the root decor outside to freeze them off. I'll retrieve it after a few hours. With the roots out, I kind of like the look of my tank. On the left side is a jungle of plants and they sort of spill into the open right side. My male Bolivian ram wasn't too pleased but he'll have to suck it up for today.
Why are you hating on the MTS? Lol!
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I'm taking no prisoners with my mts. Bought a small net and very carefully sifting through my sand and removing every last one I come across. Took out my big root decor and since it has soo many nooks and crannies I couldn't get every snail off. I decided to use this cold weather and set the root decor outside to freeze them off. I'll retrieve it after a few hours. With the roots out, I kind of like the look of my tank. On the left side is a jungle of plants and they sort of spill into the open right side. My male Bolivian ram wasn't too pleased but he'll have to suck it up for today.
Had a good laugh Did you try the Assassin snails?
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Water changes on the 55 and 37. Also re-scaped the cichlid 55.
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