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Old 08-12-2014, 09:21 PM   #1
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Driftwood and Cories!

I bought me some new driftwood and cories today! Check it out! Click image for larger version

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The smaller mopani driftwood was only $7.99 at petco and the other was $23 at our local fish store! Here are my new pandas to!Click image for larger version

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Old 08-12-2014, 09:27 PM   #2
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Awesome! FTS of the tank with DW and cories, please. I liked it where it curved along the bottom and not the arch (just my opinion). You can use it as a natural separator for plants, rocks, etc.
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I kinda like it laying more to! It looks more natural that way


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Awesome! FTS of the tank with DW and cories, please. I liked it where it curved along the bottom and not the arch (just my opinion). You can use it as a natural separator for plants, rocks, etc.

Out of curiosity what does FTS stand for? I'm also thinking about making the sand higher on the backside of the wood to create some diversity, kinda a natural sandbar


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Sorry, Full Tank Shot. I want to see how it looks now.
Yes, the sandbar sounds like great idea.
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Sorry, Full Tank Shot. I want to see how it looks now.
Yes, the sandbar sounds like great idea.

Sadly, I'm having to take it slow on the tank. We are having carpet put in next week so I was going to fill it afterwards so it's not so heavy. I'll post a pic once everything's in it though! My cories are chillin in my 10 gallon with some buddies till I get this guy up and running! I have plants ordered and in the mail as well!


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Old 08-19-2014, 01:21 AM   #7
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Have to say, that is the definition of falic symbol! Freaking sweet


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Okay everyone! Water is in the tank! Thoughts? Click image for larger version

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What all are you going to put in it? Looks great!


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