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like ive said before, this is still prolley one of my favorite tanks on here.

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post #47 of 51 (permalink) Old 06-12-2007, 03:30 PM
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I can't decide which I like better, the plants or those spectacular rainbows. Awesome!
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I can't decide which I like better, the plants or those spectacular rainbows. Awesome!
Tell me about it! It makes me miss my bosemanis. I like the moss covered driftwood as well. Hi five for another flourite substrate tank!

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love the driftwood! It looks like a tree. I liked both the l;ayouts, well done.
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Looks fantastic. I don't know how you keep your Cyprus so green. The old leaves on mine always look terrible. Maybe I should have gone with Flourite.
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Thanks Jaidexl, TOGeoff, Kelley, Anthony, PeteyPob and Paula! Its starting to come around. Now when the rest of the Crypts grow in, I might do some rearranging. I do want to cover any open flourite with some large, black pebbles when I get around to it. But I plan/hope to have it mostly covered by plants!

Paula, I'm just doing about 60% EI and Seachem roottabs. I kind of think the Cyperus does better at middle/lower light. Mine was going south FAST with diatoms, until I brought on six Otos.

Thanks again guys, I really appreciate it!

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