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post #1261 of 1323 (permalink) Old 01-21-2013, 07:23 PM Thread Starter
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Video. Is. Beautiful. Great job on it. I'm jealous. Wanna trade Minis?

Edit: About a minute in, I see surface skim. You racka disciprine, young padawan.
Edit2: Piiiiiiiiiiiiiipes.
Thank you! Haha, I'll pass and keep my own

Yeah yeah, I know, I'll up the flow. And what, I thought that they were covered by the plants by now... Lol

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I watched the video first!
Great job, but I think you need to trim.
Beautiful endlers .
Yup, I PM'd ya so you could

Which part did you think needs a trim? Blyxa? HC? And thanks on the Endlers. I'll be overrun in a few months, if you want some hit me up then

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very nice.
excellent video.

are the endlers breeding for you? id love to get a female or two. i picked up 4 males at my LFS the other day, but they dont get females in.
Thanks Marko! I just got them two days ago -- so probably 28 days or so before I'm overrun

I'm pretty sure that one of them is already gravid. When "it" happens hit me up and I'll be sure to send some your way

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Wow, beautifully done video, but why do fishtanks always have to be paired with zen and Asian like music? XD

Slow-clap sir, slow-clap.
Thanks! Well yeah, I couldn't pass up some good Bassnectar.

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Job well done with the video Kiran! I wish I had SOME editing skills
Thanks Jeff! I didn't really do any material editing, only stitching and arranging, adding music, etc. No fancy software, just iMovie for iOS. Honestly, the quality can be attributed almost completely to the camera and a simple tripod.

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post #1262 of 1323 (permalink) Old 01-21-2013, 07:45 PM
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Thanks Marko! I just got them two days ago -- so probably 28 days or so before I'm overrun

I'm pretty sure that one of them is already gravid. When "it" happens hit me up and I'll be sure to send some your way
sounds like a plan.
though i suspect you will know when 'it' happens before i do. lol
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sounds like a plan.
though i suspect you will know when 'it' happens before i do. lol
Yeah haha but I'll be posting updates here so we can predict it

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post #1264 of 1323 (permalink) Old 01-21-2013, 09:41 PM
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I think it is the blyxa and the rotala that need trimming. They look shaggy, and the blyxa seems to be reaching out to swallow the mountain
Your PFRs are turning into RCS.

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BTW, there is a snail at 0:20

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post #1266 of 1323 (permalink) Old 01-21-2013, 10:20 PM Thread Starter
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I think it is the blyxa and the rotala that need trimming. They look shaggy, and the blyxa seems to be reaching out to swallow the mountain
Your PFRs are turning into RCS.
I'm going to be keeping them like this for a week or two until I can trim it out for some good, evenly dense growth.

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post #1267 of 1323 (permalink) Old 01-22-2013, 12:35 AM
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your tank looks great, also love your taste is music Bassnectar is of my faves
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your tank looks great, also love your taste is music Bassnectar is of my faves
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Thank you! Haha, I'll pass and keep my own

Yeah yeah, I know, I'll up the flow. And what, I thought that they were covered by the plants by now... Lol
Pshaw. I was moreso referring to the tubing being brown than the pipes, but they're both rather funky. Reminds me....I need to clean my lily pipes on the 20...

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Your PFRs are turning into RCS.
I wouldn't say that just yet. I believe that most of the shrimp that were visible in the video were males.
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I think I want another update...

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are you still using rootmedic onestep to fertilize? if so what do you plan on doing once you run out seeing as rootmedic is no longer running
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I think I want another update...
If you can stand an iPhone update, then sure. I chopped down the Rotala on the right last week just for the fun of it. I don't really know what to think of it, as I simply haven't had the time to worry about it this week, lol.

What do you guys think of it? Just felt like changing it up. It'll grow back in few weeks anyway.



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are you still using rootmedic onestep to fertilize? if so what do you plan on doing once you run out seeing as rootmedic is no longer running
I am. I actually didn't know that they went under, shows how much I've been bogged down this year lol. I suppose I'll switch over to Pfertz or something when I run out, but that probably won't be for another year at least.

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looking very nice
Thanks!

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