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Micro sword?
That's what I thought, but usually see it potted so it thru me off. Also had tiny flowers.

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post #182 of 507 (permalink) Old 04-14-2012, 12:07 AM
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Micro swords do flower I think.


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Ooh, neat. I may have to get some.
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The bush looking thing is actually a hygrophila corymbrosa var. compact. There is another one behind the red ludwigia in the first picture.
i can't wait for mine to get like that :-)

my 10gal shrimp(don't mind the rocks, my cholla isn't water logged yet)


my 10gal with my 2 peacock grudgeons(sorry rocketdude), RCS and i'm trying a CPO in there also.....getting enough cave space for all is a challenge lol.

this was supposed to house my extra plants and only my extra plats, but then i saw these 2 peacock grudgeons and it became a real tank.


and my 29gal, those streaks are fish lol i have a really cool piece of driftwood to go in there with the cabombas




anyone want a male GBR?
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another SA resident here, will get pix up later today after i help my mother in law out with her lawn and then go to a cat show. my tanks come a long way since i joined and stuff is really starting to grow now!

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another SA resident here, will get pix up later today after i help my mother in law out with her lawn and then go to a cat show. my tanks come a long way since i joined and stuff is really starting to grow now!


welcome to the community! can;t wait to see your tanks
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i can't wait for mine to get like that :-)

my 10gal shrimp(don't mind the rocks, my cholla isn't water logged yet)


my 10gal with my 2 peacock grudgeons(sorry rocketdude), RCS and i'm trying a CPO in there also.....getting enough cave space for all is a challenge lol.

this was supposed to house my extra plants and only my extra plats, but then i saw these 2 peacock grudgeons and it became a real tank.


and my 29gal, those streaks are fish lol i have a really cool piece of driftwood to go in there with the cabombas




anyone want a male GBR?
No love for your GBR? I'd take him for my discus tank, but it's bare bottom except for 1 sword in a pot, a piece of driftwood, and floaters. He'd be freaking out.


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I'd take him, but he'd nosh my shrimp and I only have one for realsies set up tank. >_> GBRs are cute, but I don't lower the ph or soften the water, so I'm not sure how he'd do.

I still want to get an Apistogramma Cac- the lil mohawk guys ever since I had to return mine. The triple red was so awesome. He looked like an 80s rock star. One glorious day! But all the dwarf cichlids look cute. (And yes, I like the blue rams and other apistos too. )

I also wish my stem plants would stop coming out. ><
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No love for your GBR? I'd take him for my discus tank, but it's bare bottom except for 1 sword in a pot, a piece of driftwood, and floaters. He'd be freaking out.


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hes a massive bully. he bullys any female fish in the tank. i had him in a bare bottom QT tank for awhile and he was okay, i did have a huge piece of clay pot for him to hide behind.

i decided i'm gonna do a Aspitogramma borelli fam in that tank.
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my 10gal with my 2 peacock grudgeons(sorry rocketdude)
Lol Did you figure out if they were male/female pair?

Tanks look good. The red cabomba in the shrimp tank looks great. We never had much luck with it in our tanks. It always seemed to melt, comeback, and melt again. I got tired of dealing with it. Oh yea, and your undulata is growing really well.
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o o...hi everybody gosh seems like the community is huge in SA :O -is from rosenberg/sugarland area-
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Hello Aerodynamic.

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pix of my 35 gallon tank can be seen here:

http://www.plantedtank.net/forums/ta...ml#post1819961

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post #195 of 507 (permalink) Old 04-15-2012, 07:37 AM
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pix of my 35 gallon tank can be seen here:

http://www.plantedtank.net/forums/ta...ml#post1819961
Loving the peacocks! do they dig the flora up? sooo want a peacock tank...
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