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Old 09-17-2006, 10:13 PM   #1
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My different tanks....

Here's some pics of my tanks....

My 55G:






My 29G:






My 10G:


My 75G:








My 10G Planted Breeder:






My 26G (After Excel Dip and Growth Explosion):


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Old 09-17-2006, 10:20 PM   #2
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Sweet looking tanks!
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Great tanks, Wolf.
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Old 09-17-2006, 10:32 PM   #4
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Now don't you think the 55G shipwreck looks much better with the live plants than with the fake ones that come attached to the shipwreck? LOL. I just wish I had more anacharis, it needs a little more tweaking, lol.
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Wow, every tank is imaculate...very nice LWB
Funny how new tanks keep poping up once you get into this hobby. coughMTScough
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lol, don't worry about the anacharis. you will have more than you know what to do with shortly.

definately great looking tanks!
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Actually, not sure why, but my anacharis has been on the decline, lol. I don't have any more in my 75G other than shriveled up stems near the bottom. Hopefully the stems in the 55G will do better.
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8O I didn't know you had that many tanks LWB. I have to agree with zezmo, definately some MTS going on there. They all look good. My favorite is that 10g breeder tank.
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You must be a very busy guy! Love your tanks. With so many different ones on the go you will learn a ton. Great way to experiment with different conditions. Great work, we will all learn from you as well
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8O I didn't know you had that many tanks LWB. I have to agree with zezmo, definately some MTS going on there. They all look good. My favorite is that 10g breeder tank.
hehehe......

8 tanks total. I have 2 breeder tanks now cycling still, bare-bottom with sponge filters. Then the pics above.....

The breeder tank has Elatine Triandra, R. rotundafolio, and wisteria. I pulled most of the wisteria out, replanted a few branches, and sent the rest to my 55G. These pics were after I pulled the wisteria, lol. To see what it looked like before, you can check out my breeder tank threads in the Breeder section.
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