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|04-18-2016 10:28 AM|
took a pic of my outdoor 100 gallon when the sun is shining
moved the angelfish to my 100 gallon, now i can keep cardinals peacefully (not hunted) here in 40 gallon. the blue electric rams seems happy too. this tank's function mainly to keep anubias coffeefolia, added the wood and crinum for aestethics
there are also some cpd in there
should i add some pseudomugil paskai red neon in there?
|05-26-2015 11:12 AM|
Originally Posted by Raymond S. View Post
once i got a beautiful almost full carpet of this plant until something bad happened and it melted away just in a few days
spread like a plague
Originally Posted by FlyingHellFish View Post
|05-26-2015 07:47 AM|
|FlyingHellFish||That pink algae looks great! Damn, I wouldn't even mind algae if it looked like that!|
|05-26-2015 07:40 AM|
The picture I provided has Crypt Petchii and it's one of if not my favorites for size/ease
of growing because I have 10g tanks. I really don't call under it shade though.
I imagine that if my light is over the Marsilea it might just go whereever.
But if you have the light in the middle of the tank(from front to back) and the Marsilea
is in the front, it may just be going in the direction of the light cause it can't see the shade in front of it.
|05-26-2015 07:24 AM|
Raymond that is a really good observation, i havent noticed until i look at my picture again. i don't know if this is just a coincidence or not that if marsilea really grow looking for the shades.
i also have a small amount of this plant at the beginning and i always plant them in bright areas of the tank at first.
thanks for the compliment. nowadays i only kept low maintenance plants so i really don't have that much of species variation
|05-25-2015 03:07 AM|
I noticed some of the Marsilea is growing under shade. Is that only as long as it's connected to some that is in the light ? I have a very small piece given as an afterthough sort of by someone and it got two new clover leaves first. It only had two clover leaves when I got it. Since then till now it has 7 of the submerged leaves also from one runner and it seems to be going directly into the shade. Would have thought it would do just the opposite.
Because I'm lease locked to 10g or less I only have 2 10g and really don't "scape" anything. Just plant it where I think it won't crowd other plants. But in a 10g I'm
fast beginning to understand why they say keep down on the number of different types.
I believe it's at 14 now in this tank IF I leave off the regular and giant duckweed.
But your tanks all look amazing. Even the one that you say is not "scaped" looks that way. And you don't have 27 different kinds of plants in each.
|05-25-2015 02:14 AM|
i got a chance to clean the glass inside and outside, took out some of the big plants and arrange space
here's a patch for the cracked glass, never bond cement and glass together directly
|05-05-2015 02:08 AM|
it became a tiger tank again!
with rhombo barbs, i love these fish, they're so active and have huge appetite just like my old tiger barbs. and the best of all : no/less nipping
red tail shark
|04-13-2015 04:24 AM|
Originally Posted by philipraposo1982 View Post
|04-13-2015 04:01 AM|
|philipraposo1982||What's the plant in the second pic?|
|04-13-2015 03:58 AM|
100 gallon update!
took pictures while the sun is shining very brightly
views from above
i just realized how dirty my outdoor tank glass outside and inside!
enjoy and please comments freely
|04-07-2015 01:49 AM|
Originally Posted by Dantrasy View Post
still got it in my house somewhere
|04-05-2015 03:25 PM|
Originally Posted by !shadow! View Post
|04-05-2015 11:43 AM|
i got into a motorcycle accident awhile ago, i broke my right leg. it's been almost 2 month recovering from my broken tibia and fibula surgery.
well anyway i got bored and redo one of my tank. with help of course, so tell me what you think
it's a 10 gallon tank.
lighting is a 5 watt led bulb
filter is eheim 2213, kinda strong current for this tank size.
no co2 yet but i'm planning to add soon
filled with anubias nana petite mostly. they're from my currently treated 40 gallon tank which got lots of bba. i bleached the petite as you noticed the white strands of dying bba on them. i put some stem at the back temporarily to help early phase of this tank. some red cherry shrimp inside.
i'm undecided with the fish. what kinda of small fish do you think suit the strong current?
|04-05-2015 11:26 AM|
pink beard algae!
well its bba after overdosing with carbon plus. kinda look pretty
Bump: did some trimming at my 100 gallon
crazy crypt usteriana leaves..
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