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Old 03-20-2013, 07:34 PM   #1
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How Do I Add Photos?

I'm fairly new and was wondering how to put up photos of my tank?

Can I do it on the phone App? Or do I need to be on my PC?

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Hi Deborah. You can do it a few different ways. You can attach photos from the app by touching the "+" sign when replying to a post.

There is additional info in the mobile app sticky in this forum that has screenshots. It is the sticky at the very bottom of the stickies
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Thanks so much I think I've found how now
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Your welcome.


Better start a thread in the planted tank section though... You have some non aquatic plants in your tank...
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Better start a thread in the planted tank section though... You have some non aquatic plants in your tank...
I do? Which ones?
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Those variegated broad leafed plants are not aquatic plants. They will eventually die submerged. Won't hurt to leave them for awhile but take em out if/when they start deteriorating.
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Those variegated broad leafed plants are not aquatic plants. They will eventually die submerged. Won't hurt to leave them for awhile but take em out if/when they start deteriorating.
Ahh ok thanks Fort, why do the aquarium shops sell them if their not aquatic? Really that's false consumerism, can't trust anyone these days it's so annoying, and I see those in every aquarium shop I go to!!!
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Yup. Unfortunately lots of nonaquatic/terrestrial/bog plants are sold in the hobby as aquatic. Really got to do your homework upfront. It ends up frustrating people in the hobby who are new as they think they are doing things right but their plants tend to die after a few months in the tank.
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Yup. Unfortunately lots of nonaquatic/terrestrial/bog plants are sold in the hobby as aquatic. Really got to do your homework upfront. It ends up frustrating people in the hobby who are new as they think they are doing things right but their plants tend to die after a few months in the tank.
Yes I've since read up and have seen what to avoid now. I also noticed at one shop that all their plants had algae on them and tiny snail like creatures on some, is that best to avoid buying from there? Just wondered..
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