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Old 04-11-2007, 11:55 PM   #1
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Finally some photos of the new tank.

As some of you may remember, my previous 20 gallon tank had a minor misfortune with a peice of pvc pipe and the resulting 2 inch hole it created. I purchased a 29 gallon tank, so I could still use the hood I made as well as the stand. Here are two pictures I took. They arent the best, but still getting used to my new camera and was a little impatient with it tonight.

I am running two stock 20 watt lights with a different bulb in them(cant remember what they are) xp1 for a filter, 1 bag of flourite mixed with regular black gravel.

Fish are 3 chinese barbs, 1 oto, 1 cory cat, 6 rasboras, and 14 glo light tetras.

My plant selection is slim right now, but more will be added later. I currently have 1 moneywort (started out as a 3 inch high plant, and is now about 3 inches from the surface), a 5 or 6 peices of anacharis, some of it is floating others are anchored in bed.

I am running a diy co2 system but I dont think it is working quite right.....

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Nice tank!

Nice recovery as well.
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What has your experience with the fluorite been like in terms of cloudy water? I'm considering using fluorite for my substrate but have heard that it can be a pain as it is hard to rinse. What do you think?

ps. the tank looks great!
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