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Old 05-23-2020, 11:05 PM   #1
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Anubias tank

I made a comment a little while back about planting a tank with just anubias, due to how many varieties there are. Then I was like, I kinda want to do that. And it turns out my betta tank needed redone anyway because it kinda got gutted for planting two other tanks.

It's not quite just anubias-- there's a wendtii crypt, some s. repens, a few buce plants, floaters, and some marimo moss balls that were already in there and doing well enough I didn't want to pull them. But 90% of the plant area is various species and varieties of anubias. I'm rather digging the jungle look, and Scruffy looks to be having fun checking out all the cover.

I thought I'd share for anyone needing ideas for a low light aquascape.
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Really cool tank. The all Anubias planting is unique for sure!
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I can dig it. Looks awesome
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Thanks ^.^ I'm liking it-- less maintenance than the other 5 gallon I've got. Needs more shrimp though-- food likes to settle on the leaves. I didn't consider that as a downside of having all those big leaves in there XD
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