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Old 06-10-2010, 12:03 AM   #1
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Fine!! Ill Post photos! ..... UPDATE

its been almost 2 months since i posted pics of the 90 gal build.... some of you that followed the last thread know its "complete" (i say that with quotes, because you all know we are never actually DONE!!)

ive recently added new plants... and cant remember the names of them. can any of your help out?

i know Crypt Wendtii, Octopus and micro-swords.... the rest escape me.




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ohhh!! And our new friend! Mr. Miyagi (ask the wife... idk)

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Old 06-10-2010, 01:53 AM   #2
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Nice tank and great photos.
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Old 06-10-2010, 05:13 AM   #3
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omg, the driftwood is amazing, i have been trying to look for that kind of piece >____< nice tank photos, the last photo kind of freaked me out at first
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Tank looks really nice!
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i think the grass looking plant is lilaeopisis but excellent looking
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Old 06-10-2010, 07:32 AM   #6
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Looks great!
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Thank all!! im still debating on trying a CO2 setup.... we'll see after the move in August if i can afford one!!


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omg, the driftwood is amazing, i have been trying to look for that kind of piece >____< nice tank photos, the last photo kind of freaked me out at first
there is actually 4 different pieces of DW in there... they are just intertwined with each other.
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wasnt sure if i liked the way this pic came out.. but decided to post it anyway.

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A thing of beauty!! Great job!
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so now would you guys call this? light planted? medium? heavy?
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Medium light or lightly medium.
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medium for sure!! Way to much for lightly and you can still see the gravel and wood so not enough for heavy. Great job. Id look at covering some of those pieces of dw with moss. Id check into diy co2 thingys
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there is some christmas moss in there... apparently it wasnt anchored to the DW that well.. bc its not on the ground... this weekend ill fix that during the weekly PWC..

how should i keep the moss on the DW? without having to take the DW out etc...
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You can use a number of things, some use butchers twine and just let it rot away or you can use fishing line and cut that loose after a while. All depends on your pref.
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