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My noob 2.5 gallon

This is my first time for set up nano fish tank. Most plants come from my 20 gallons

Flora:
HC ( thanks Oakashi)
HM( thanks Oakashi )
Glossostigma
Japan hair grass ( Belem)
Fissiden Fontanus
Java moss
Java fern


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My noob 2.5 gallon

Not bad...dry start?
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Not bad...dry start?
Yep, I try do dry start
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looks good and nice!
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Looks better than my 2.5g


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Well if you're going to be a noob I guess you should go all out........
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My noob 2.5 gallon

Sweet work thus far. Keep it moist up to the substrate line.

Add a black background.

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Scape wise I would suggest adding a few smaller stones to compliment the larger rock. Other than that is looks great. I like the variety in plants, not just plain old HC and DHG. The wood is real nice.

How I feel about non-planted aquariums.
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Looks great. Cant wait to see it once its grown in a bit. Black background would be a nice finish. Keep us updated.

Great work.
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post #9 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-28-2013, 02:27 AM
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Nice dry start!

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Lookin good. Makes me want to give it a try.
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