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post #16 of 30 (permalink) Old 04-17-2013, 03:09 AM Thread Starter
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Rotala Bangladesh might need replaced by something else more greenish and bush like. any suggestion?
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dang! that is nice!

is the red really that deep red?
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Re: My ADA Mini M V2

Very nice! I really the scape and the choice of colors. It's the same type of direction I went with my GLA 36-L (mini m dimensions). It's nice to see these builds over the typical iwagumi tanks!
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Nice tank. The red looks great in there.
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Oh my gosh, the rainbow of colors make me so happy.
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My ADA Mini M V2

Red plants and LEDS! It works! Very cool set up.
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Red plants and LEDS! It works! Very cool set up.

yep it worked, in fact it turn some other green plants red too
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yep it worked, in fact it turn some other green plants red too
Super high light.
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I really love how you did this!

Is there substrate piled up behind the rocks? If so, is it ADA?

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Absolutely fantastic. That red really pops on the rotala and looks super healthy. Great work.
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post #28 of 30 (permalink) Old 07-08-2013, 12:34 PM
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Noticed you had a piece of metal sheet at the back of the tank in the first few pictures.. Were they there to block out sunlight or is it merely decorative?
I'm currently cycling a Mini M and was thinking of a way to block out sunlight..
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That red is amazing <3
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Rotala Bangladesh might need replaced by something else more greenish and bush like. any suggestion?
I think myriophyllum mattogrosse would look very nice
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