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|11-26-2016 02:53 PM|
Sorry to revive an older thread here, but I'd be very curious to hear how those black mangroves did as they got older. Were you able to keep them small via pruning or did you replace them as they outgrew the space?
I have a seedling that's going on one year old now, and I'm just trying to learn as much as I can from others' experiences with the species in a brackish setup. Here's mine:
|04-08-2014 06:26 PM|
Originally Posted by hydrophyte View Post
|04-06-2014 08:43 PM|
|Shipmonkey||What do you have for lighting on the tank?|
|10-25-2013 04:08 AM|
|hydrophyte||Well thanks for stopping by. Good luck finishing up with the rest of your studies.|
|10-25-2013 02:50 AM|
|CL||Yeah man I've been busy out of the country and in my fourth year of engineering. Still check my old subscribed threads though!|
|10-25-2013 01:59 AM|
|hydrophyte||Thanks so much Chris. I haven't heard from you in like forever.|
|10-25-2013 01:24 AM|
|CL||Stunning publication! That looks really sharp. I love it, Devin!|
|10-24-2013 05:41 PM|
This tank is featured in an article in the current issue of AMAZONAS Magazine. I think it turned out pretty good. I tried to include some good specific information on growing the mangrove trees in a riparium setup.
|06-11-2013 05:12 PM|
Originally Posted by johnson18 View Post
Originally Posted by skoram View Post
|06-11-2013 01:29 PM|
|skoram||wow this is a really beautiful tank. Out of curiosity what happened to the ciliatas?|
|06-09-2013 11:36 PM|
|johnson18||Looks amazing Devin!|
|06-09-2013 11:07 PM|
Here's one of the quick shots that I got last week. I got the tank cleaned up pretty good, but I need to keep shooting.
I really like the plants in here a lot, especially the Pandanus.
|05-26-2013 06:41 AM|
Somebody wants a magazine article about this tank. I gotta get it cleaned up and photo-ready again.
I have had a hard time trying to get good pictures of the killis. They are pretty little fish, but they look pale and washed out against the aragonite sand. I think I'll just try to get a few good tank shots, and then do some studio photos for the fish in a smaller specimen tank against a black background. They will probably look better like that.
|04-20-2013 08:59 PM|
Originally Posted by greekquarist View Post
Originally Posted by decal View Post
I got the P. tectorius from a nursery in Hawaii. I have some P. utilis here and it is also a very easy plant and really cool. They grow well in the riparium planters and Pandanus also make great potted houseplants.
Here are a couple more shots with better views of the foliage.
|04-19-2013 10:52 PM|
Love it. I noticed a few pages back you were interested in diamond killifish. If you're still interested I could collect you some this spring/summer. They're quite abundant near Galveston. You could also probably put naked gobies in there. I find them in the bay, but I've kept them in hard freshwater before. Feel free to shoot me a PM about it sometime.
Out of curiosity, where did you get the Pandanus?
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