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Old 01-15-2012, 05:20 PM   #1
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Hey all! Just got a great piece of manzanita from PC1 and added it to the tank. I have moved alot of plants around, and have more on the way! tell me how you like it! Ps. The large rock in the middle is for our shy catfish phineas, when he is gotten rid of, so will the rock.

Suggestions?? Comon guys, im not sensitive!! Before and after
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I like it
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Old 01-15-2012, 07:19 PM   #3
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Just bought a ram for the tank too!!
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Old 01-15-2012, 07:22 PM   #4
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I like it. Love the angels. I think the rock actually looks pretty sweet with that driftwood. I saw a post saying you got the driftwood. That's an awesome piece. Now I see why you were amazed that it could ship without breaking!
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I like it. Love the angels. I think the rock actually looks pretty sweet with that driftwood. I saw a post saying you got the driftwood. That's an awesome piece. Now I see why you were amazed that it could ship without breaking!
Thanks! Haha ya, it is very delicate, but way worth is. You actually like the rock eh?
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Looking good boys! I like the rock how it is!
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Looking good boys! I like the rock how it is!
Thanks mumma!! Think it would look better if it was a river rock?
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Thanks mumma!! Think it would look better if it was a river rock?
What kind of rock is it now? Lava? I like it as is!
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What kind of rock is it now? Lava? I like it as is!
Its like some sort of chiclid rock..i dunno, its alright
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Thanks! Haha ya, it is very delicate, but way worth is. You actually like the rock eh?
Yeah, I do. Especially with the shape of the wood. They seem to compliment each other pretty well. Looks tight!
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Yeah, I do. Especially with the shape of the wood. They seem to compliment each other pretty well. Looks tight!
Thanks! Maybe ill leave it in then
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Do you have plants attached to the new dw, or are they just really tall plants?
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I'm very impressed and coming from a guy that takes a weekend to scape.... That's a HUGE compliment!! GREAT JOB!!!
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Do you have plants attached to the new dw, or are they just really tall plants?
I have a jave fern semi-tied to the dw, but most of the plants in the back are jungle val or hornwort
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I'm very impressed and coming from a guy that takes a weekend to scape.... That's a HUGE compliment!! GREAT JOB!!!
Lol thanks man!! Appreciate it!!
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I have a jave fern semi-tied to the dw, but most of the plants in the back are jungle val or hornwort
I really do like the new dw. I also think the rock looks fine if you want to keep it after Phineas leaves, but it will look good either way. I think it looks nice.
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I really do like the new dw. I also think the rock looks fine if you want to keep it after Phineas leaves, but it will look good either way. I think it looks nice.
Thanks! I would like to replace it with river rocks though..
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