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Old 03-08-2012, 09:47 PM   #11
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I love my Glass Walker Look at that glass!
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Here's a picture of what the tank looks like today. Please excuse the right side...my bulb blew out and I couldn't find a replacement bulb locally. Waiting for a new fixture entirely actually!

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Really??? Wow! We have been lucky then! Both of our plecos love glass walking They also get wafers at night and some veggies. Actually this little guy is a garbage disposal LOL! He eats EVERYTHING! When all the other fish come out to eat, he moves behind them sucking up any left over flakes so I don't have anything to clean up!
Yah it is true. They do really eat everything! haha
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I used cotton sewing thread. I had read that it will dissolve as the roots grab onto the driftwood. I like that!
Thanks I have some plants to get and I am sure I will need to tie them down as well. Thanks.. Tank looks good
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Thanks I have some plants to get and I am sure I will need to tie them down as well. Thanks.. Tank looks good
I would reccomend you use thick thread or fishing line. I just had to re-do mine because all my plants were floating! The thread was too thin I guess...it seemed to disinegrate pretty quickly, combined with the sailfin cruising throught the tunnel it just came apart.

I retied everything with fishing line this time. It will hold for sure LOL!
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Thanks will do. I have some 4 pound fishing line I could use. With the fish that I have I dont know how long the plants will last, but I really like real plants...
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