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Old 03-21-2013, 05:39 PM   #11
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Good looking tank!!!
Thanks FF ill get there, it's only a week old, so long way till its as I picture it ONE DAY
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Old 03-29-2013, 05:30 AM   #12
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Do I get a gold star if I assume you bought your plants from Pets Domain?

Limited range and they don't always have quality stock. Snails are also a problem with their stock I find ....
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Do I get a gold star if I assume you bought your plants from Pets Domain?

Limited range and they don't always have quality stock. Snails are also a problem with their stock I find ....
No I actually got them from a fish and bird place at west Gosford! So no gold star for you lol

But I've gotten rid of them as they were not true Aquarium plants grrrrr

I'm going to a place at Erina now it's a plant and Aquarium supplier, they seem good, a bit pricey but much better quality and they do free water testing till I get my master kit
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As an acid test on terrestrial vs. aquatic plants, if you hold an aquatic plant at the base right side up, it will want to collapse while terrestrial plants do not. (Aquatic plant leaves kind of float to keep the plant upright in the water.) The major exceptions to this I can think of off the top of my head are anubias and Java fern. Those two are aquatic, but will still stand up out of water.
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