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Happy holidays to you too styxx!!

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It is, yes. They have the smokey (10% I think) and the limo black (35%). It's the static cling stuff you put on with soapy water.
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nice updates!

what stand are you using?
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Didn't realize you took them out in the first place :-)

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Awesome hardscape and carpet - is it difficult to remove the detritus? Or do you just let it be?
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Turkey baster might work for that detritus issue.

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Love the new look nick, was never really crazy about the riparium plants. Glad to see this look back!

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Love the new look nick, was never really crazy about the riparium plants. Glad to see this look back!
Me too, I never really liked the riparium plants, though they did grow impressively well in their submerged environment.
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Thanks guys! If I end up moving, this tank well be up for a new scape. Stay tuned!

Let's see if I find a new place first.
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Thanks guys! If I end up moving, this tank well be up for a new scape. Stay tuned!

Let's see if I find a new place first.
When and if you move, I'm going to have to come down for a visit. I'm in desperate need of some photography skills, because yours are impressive to say the least. I need some lessons from the master!!!
Maybe I should start by abandoning my iphone 5 camera a get that Fuji x100 that I've been telling myself that I'm going to get one of these days, lol!

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It took me 5 days but I finally finished reading your original river wild journal, and this one. It was worth it! So much info and great documentation.
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Nick's ADA 120-P Journal "THE SEQUEL" - Updated 12/2 **New FTS**

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When and if you move, I'm going to have to come down for a visit. I'm in desperate need of some photography skills, because yours are impressive to say the least. I need some lessons from the master!!!
Maybe I should start by abandoning my iphone 5 camera a get that Fuji x100 that I've been telling myself that I'm going to get one of these days, lol!
Styxx - lol how did I miss your post. Sorry my friend. Thanks for the kind words.

Ill take a DSLR over any other camera anyday.

And regarding my move, it's been put on hiatus for now since we just barely took in a huge shrimp shipment. Possibly this spring or summer. We'll see what happens.

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It took me 5 days but I finally finished reading your original river wild journal, and this one. It was worth it! So much info and great documentation.
Wow you actually read through both journals? I'm astonished! Hehe thanks for taking your time to check them out. I'm glad to hear you enjoyed them.
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what is the gc looks like a withering glosso
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what is the gc looks like a withering glosso
It looks like marselia minuta.

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Wow you actually read through both journals? I'm astonished! Hehe thanks for taking your time to check them out. I'm glad to hear you enjoyed them.
Yes, yes I did. It was great to see the different layouts over time. My favorite was probably the Java Fern, rare crypts and Roseline Sharks one.
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Wow great tank!
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