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Old 05-12-2013, 11:25 PM   #11
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Looks good so far
Thanks! I'll probably be done with it in like a month, month and a half!
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Old 05-12-2013, 11:54 PM   #12
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Post a pic of you're tank to show what is says about you.
Lol. I must have multiple personality disorder.
I guess the fact that all my tanks are so different *does* say something about me though.
Each tank is set up according to the needs of its occupants (to the extent of my knowledge and budget!)
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Old 05-13-2013, 12:00 AM   #13
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A work in progress but its still coming along nicely
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Old 05-13-2013, 12:03 AM   #14
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A work in progress but its still coming along nicely
Looks good. I see ALOT if potential here keep up the great work

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My 10 g planted.
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My(nt even close to finished) 29 gallon tank
I am doing a natural looking tank, still need some driftwood, a cave, and a lot of live plants!
Hey! We all have a starting point. Keep at it. Suggestion... Background?
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Old 05-13-2013, 01:06 AM   #15
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My 55g mbuna cichlid tank the rockwork changes about every 2 months.





The jungle as I call it this is our heavily planted 20 gettin some dw and will be movin the rocks around some.



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I don't know if this counts or not "twisted 5 stones landscape" it has mts and ramshorn snails also I put a peace Lilly hanging in the top of it.

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Hah, nice "jungle" is that a huge amazon sword plant you have there?

Hey, on the last one, what are those little patches you have on the floor?
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Hah, nice "jungle" is that a huge amazon sword plant you have there?
You mean the hard path that's the one with the amazon sword in the back corner. It actually came out of my 20 aka the jungle

The little patches are HC baby tears I'm trying to get to carpet "the jungle"
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Man, I was going to get ac baby tears, but the only way I'll pay is by sending my cash through the mail, but they wanted PayPal so, I didn't get them
Do those baby tears grow in rock substrate like I have? Do they need any special care?
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They do best in sand cause the roots are so fine I think my eco complete might even be a little too large for them to get whole of good. From what I've been told for tnem to do foot they need med-high light, ferts,co2 and lots of patience. But if you did say a dry start method on some sort of a mat or screen I bet it mignt work awesome.
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I don't know what they say? Maybe that I'm not the most organized person ever? LOL




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