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Reggie, we want updated pic of the tank in the forum!!
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post #17 of 28 (permalink) Old 03-19-2008, 02:29 AM
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You guys have some nice growth out of these beast..Wonder-Gro must be working well for you guys.
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I like how the big plants look small in there! That's how big the tank is. The width is impressive!

Great job on everything!

Don't get caught up in the amount of lighting--IMO big tanks seem much easier with less light to maintain. Less pruning, dosing, algae growth and water changes involved!

Just grab a lawn chair and watch the weeds grow slowly and steadily!

Great work!
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post #19 of 28 (permalink) Old 03-19-2008, 02:40 AM Thread Starter
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thank you guys,

here the update per 3 march





There's been some plant i remove cause low light tank and some like ulvaceus moved to my friend's tank.

Feel free to comment ....
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That looks awesome I love the plants trailing along the surface!
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That's a HUGE tank, very nice. Have you gone for a swim yet?
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cool tank, its always neat to see a 2-sided tank. who is the manufacturer, or was it a DIY?
also, love to see some more pics of that reactor working.
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This is an amazing tank for a bunch of reasons:

1. It looks good on both sides
2. It is low tech. Note the low light plants. Makes maintenance easier
3. Normally, I hate livebearers, but you managed to make them look great.

Can we have a fish stock list?

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That's a HUGE tank, very nice. Have you gone for a swim yet?
Hahaha my wife did ..... at first time setup ....

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cool tank, its always neat to see a 2-sided tank. who is the manufacturer, or was it a DIY?
also, love to see some more pics of that reactor working.
It is DIY using 12 mm. Right now i'm using Max Mix reactor. I will update again for you.

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This is an amazing tank for a bunch of reasons:

1. It looks good on both sides
2. It is low tech. Note the low light plants. Makes maintenance easier
3. Normally, I hate livebearers, but you managed to make them look great.

Can we have a fish stock list?
The fish list :
- 4 Platty (and some newborn)
- 20 rasbora hengeli
- 70 rasbora dorciocellata
- 20 neon tetra
- 20 cardinal tetra
- 20 red nose
- 8 corydoras panda
- 1 SAE
- 1 CAE
- Red Cherry Shrimp
- Yamato Shrimp
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The fish list :
- 4 Platty (and some newborn)
a LOT of newborns that is.
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Wow..... very beautiful tank, & that is a lot of fishes
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a LOT of newborns that is.
hahaha yeah ... crowded with newborn ...

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that is a lot of fishes
I can't help my self .....
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love the scape! great job on the tank
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