Bro! Nice job, and I love the dimensions! You really need to put this on the "Journal" forum, man!
You've done a heck of a job, especially for being a non-CO2.
Subscribed, buddy! Looking forward to watching this fill in!!
Thanks mate. Just had Kyle switch it to the journals section now.
I'm really impressed with how it's going considering I've never done a non co2 tank before and your comments give me even more encouragement to keep at it.
Will be hopefully upgrading it to a bigger size, still just 30cm high though :-)
This will look great once it's filled in, great job on it. Those riparium plants are really going nuts.
I'm really hoping so thanks, and two the riparium plants are going a little too mental for my liking now. They are a good 100cm tall do looking for alternatives. Everything's fine underwater wise I'm hsooy with it all
Wow thanks mate. I'll try to keep it up then ha ha.
And thanks Hydrophyte. It was your tanks that helped me decide to add some planters as a bit of a change to the norm.
Everything's growing in really nicely now, the mosses are looking great, various crypts are really taking shape and growing at a much quicker rate than I thought too. The rotala rotundafolia looks amazing.
Here's a runner from my echinodorous schlueteri leopard that I let grow out if the water which has grown off into the emerged part and has started flowering
Pitty they only last a day or two
Have added another 8 chocolate gouramis and these are very tiny at the moment. I'd say 1.5cm at present and are doing great, their behaviour in numbers is great to watch. Will try to snap some pics of them all together.
I've also got 20 crystal black shrimp coming tonight too which I'm really looking forward too. Any idea which is less restrictive flow wise in the intake, course sponge or the meshed shrimp guards??
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