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Old 03-07-2016, 11:44 AM   #21
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I think pics 4, 5 and 12 would make good scapes. Try not to mirror both sides it ends up looking unnatural.

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I think pics 4, 5 and 12 would make good scapes. Try not to mirror both sides it ends up looking unnatural.

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So the wood is mostly waterlogged minus the one piece on the left (almost there).

I decided on a layout of wood that I liked, and tied on all the needle leaf fern. The anubias and bolbitis have been placed but not tied it. I may move some plants around as time goes on.

As for my rocks, I am having a hard time placing them within this scape. I am hoping for some advice.

Thinking of using large rocks up front and smaller ones in the back. Still trying to create more depth in the tank.

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I like 3 and 12. But all in all they are all great looking

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Added rocks, not completely happy with it yet though. Fine tuning to do still
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That's what I'm talking about! Love those rocks and plants on the wood!
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