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Old 07-23-2013, 03:53 AM   #1
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newbie, made a new slate decoration



Just getting started, 28 gal bowfront freshwater
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Old 07-23-2013, 10:24 AM   #2
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Not bad, what's your stock going to be?
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Just getting started, 28 gal bowfront freshwater
Looks nice . What's the white tubing stuff on the slate to the left? And yeah, what's the stock gonna be?
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Looks good. Just make sure it is really sturdy. You don't want it to come crashing down on any of your fish.
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Plan on a tropical community, I got all the equipment from my brother In a move so it's going to be a slow start. But I have some Zebra danios for now.

The white thing is a glass knot my sister gave me for my birthday, thought it looked kinda modern and different.

And it def is sturdy!! The 2 big pieces each have a slot I cut out of them, and they interior tightly. The small piece making the top cave is just kinda
Jamed in!

Thanks for the great welcoming to the forum by the way!!!!
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Plan on a tropical community, I got all the equipment from my brother In a move so it's going to be a slow start. But I have some Zebra danios for now.

The white thing is a glass knot my sister gave me for my birthday, thought it looked kinda modern and different.

And it def is sturdy!! The 2 big pieces each have a slot I cut out of them, and they interior tightly. The small piece making the top cave is just kinda
Jamed in!

Thanks for the great welcoming to the forum by the way!!!!
Great! Sounds cool! And sturdy! Welcome to the forum!
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Meant to say *interlock tightly. Sorry for the typo.

And Thanks again!
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Plan on a tropical community, I got all the equipment from my brother In a move so it's going to be a slow start. But I have some Zebra danios for now.

The white thing is a glass knot my sister gave me for my birthday, thought it looked kinda modern and different.

And it def is sturdy!! The 2 big pieces each have a slot I cut out of them, and they interior tightly. The small piece making the top cave is just kinda
Jamed in!

Thanks for the great welcoming to the forum by the way!!!!
Ohh, that's a glass knot! Looks pretty cool . And definitely looks unique, I've never seen a glass knot in an aquarium before. And welcome to the forum! Planted tank?
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planning on it! All my equipment was my brothers, just moved so instead of storing it all at the new place just decided I'd go ahead and get it up and running... Really don't have the spare money now to go all out on it like I would like to, so I guess you can say its a work in progress lol.

I went to petco tonight, got a chinese algae eater, and 3 of another species (completly drawing a blank though, they were on sale for a buck each though lol
) and a stick of bamboo... I want it to be planted, would actually love for it to be, but unfortunately have to take it slow lol. Will post more pictures when I take em

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planning on it! All my equipment was my brothers, just moved so instead of storing it all at the new place just decided I'd go ahead and get it up and running... Really don't have the spare money now to go all out on it like I would like to, so I guess you can say its a work in progress lol.

I went to petco tonight, got a chinese algae eater, and 3 of another species (completly drawing a blank though, they were on sale for a buck each though lol
) and a stick of bamboo... I want it to be planted, would actually love for it to be, but unfortunately have to take it slow lol. Will post more pictures when I take em

thanks again for the warm welcome y'all
Just be wary of the cae. When it gets older. It eats less algae and gets more territorial/aggressive. Mine has attacked adult male crayfish...... So you don't know what the other 3 fish are? Get some pics please
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