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Same 26 gallon tank with larger Alternanthera reineckii and now some Miyaka. About 10 or 11 weeks after previous photo

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  1. raceguy333
    Looks great
  2. Steven A
    11-24-2004 04:04 PM
    Steven A
    Your plants are really doing well!!!
  3. Jimooair
    12-02-2004 01:20 AM
    Thanks Nystina and Aussie Gal. It is a fun tank now that its balanced out.
  4. smokiums
    12-02-2004 07:14 AM
    Awesome Bob
  5. dewight24
    Beautiful planted tank. The plants look very healthy! Good job!
  6. nikycamp
    12-14-2004 07:35 PM
    are r fish breeding
  7. Jimooair
    12-16-2004 04:44 AM
    Well, yes but I yanked the girls outta this tank cause it was becoming a ridiculous platie/guppie nursery. Of course that made some easy food for the parents, but I got tired of seeing alot of the babies getting eaten. I'm finally down to a lower fish load now (sorta) and I'm soon to launch a 90 gallon where I can get some big schools of tetras cruising like Red eyed Monks and Rhummys.
  8. toddja00
    01-11-2005 01:37 AM
    What types of plants do you have in this tank?
  9. baotchi
    01-26-2005 09:22 PM
    Great Plants, what is the red plant on the left?
  10. Jimooair
    02-16-2005 04:52 AM
    Thanks alot! The red plant is alternanthera reineckii (pink). Java fern on the right, Miyaka in the middle, anubias nana in front of the sword, a little of green hygro polysperma and lysymachia (creeping jenny - green variety) on the far left. In the latest picture (3rd) is a compacta sword called Echinoderma parviflorus which has now (many weeks later) swallowed the tank whole. I just wacked half of it back and have now replaced the miyaka with rotala indica and rotala rotundifolia which are now on the left side of the tank and growing like the weeds they are. Fighting off a little algae invasion at present.

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