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Nick's ADA 120-P Journal "THE SEQUEL" - Updated 12/2 **New FTS**

Looks very nice now Nick! I like it better without the rip plants too!


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^^ Thanks guys.

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what is the gc looks like a withering glosso
It's actually MQ (marsilea quadrifolia), and yup it's slowly withering away. I still haven't gotten down to refilling my CO2 tank. Will do it today. Been slacking on this tank. Been in limbo about moving so I haven't really taken care of it as much as I should be.

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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.
Yes that was my fav as well . I miss those darn fish. Super fun to watch during feeding time.
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You've been slacking! I've really been slacking, so now I had to order about 30 Amanos to try and attack a mild algae issue with my foreground, SMH. On the upside, the needle leaf Java is looking pretty sweet now that its been in there for about 4 months, lol. Plus I bought some PFR cherries but damn they were tiny when they arrived, finally they've fattened up a little, but now that I see them, I wish I could have afforded buying a hundred instead of only 20! They're awesome.
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Slacking but it's still alive .

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its beautiful....of course.



There are 2 types of people on this forum. Those that have algae, and those that lie and say they don't.
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^^ even with all that clado in the foreground?

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^^ even with all that clado in the foreground?

Thanks Chad hehe.
I wasnt gonna say anything... :p
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I miss the picture from 3 months ago !!!

Any plans future plans for reclaiming land from algae hill ?

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I wasnt gonna say anything... :p
Haha not to worry, nothing a little tlc can't remedy.

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I miss the picture from 3 months ago !!!

Any plans future plans for reclaiming land from algae hill ?
Plans are to get my foreground going again since I decided not to move. I barely filled the co2 tank 2 weeks ago and now all the crypts are bouncing back. I kinda want to toss in some Belem hair grass. We'll see what happens.
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I kept searching for a plant list, did you post one for this journal? I just want to know the species of crypts used here .

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OH Nick. Why man? Why? jk

What are your stocking plans? What do you have in there now (fauna)?
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I kept searching for a plant list, did you post one for this journal? I just want to know the species of crypts used here .
My plant list consist of only a few species of crypt and moss now. Let's see... I have:

Crypt pahang mutated nurii
Crypt wilsii x lucens
Crypt green gecko
Crypt hudoroi
weeping moss
mini xmas moss
fissidens fontanis
marsalia quadrafolia (foreground)


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OH Nick. Why man? Why? jk

What are your stocking plans? What do you have in there now (fauna)?
It's slowly coming back... I think .

I want to put a nice schooling fish back in this tank just for the hell of it... I'm just afraid the left over anglefish pair will slowly hunt them all down.

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Larger sp.of tetras maybe?
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Larger sp.of tetras maybe?
I was also thinking maybe a school of Tiger Barbs? Always wanted those when I was a kid.
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Last 2 Angels


Fissidens fontanis growing on wood


FTS - the foreground is slowly growing back.... right?
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Hmm, nice angels. You should try Altums they look great in a planted tank. But the tank looking great.

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