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post #226 of 232 (permalink) Old 09-03-2010, 10:04 PM
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Those Fissidens are very nice and thick, I think they look great on a thick driftwood like that.
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post #227 of 232 (permalink) Old 10-01-2010, 09:40 PM
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The petites compliment the wood. Has your carpet grown?

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The petites compliment the wood. Has your carpet grown?
The mini micro sword is doing well; however, I may do a rescape as the cories leveled out my slope, again, and that might be the last straw. This means I will need to uproot my whole carpet and replant, and also transfer all fauna to a bucket as I'll need to drain the tank to work with the AS. I'll be using the same plants and DW. The main focus is adjusting the substrate and positioning of the DW.
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What's the status of the slope?

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What's the status of the slope?
It was impossible to keep any type of slope with the cories. Due to this, I performed a rescape on Friday and simplified things a bit. I'll try to get a picture uploaded when it is more finalized and the cloudiness is gone.
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I gave up on trying to slope my tanks with cories as well. I look forward to the updated pictures.

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