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|03-23-2007 11:49 AM|
Anti-Pjerrot, I have to say you really are an artist. I am amazed at how quickly you can create a masterpiece, just tear it down, and magically create a new one. I have absolutely no eye for aquascaping. From the moment I first put a plant into an aquatic substrate, I have never gotten good at it (I haven't really tried for a while I admit, but I definitely don't have an eye for it).
I, as well as many others here, are eagerly awaiting your updates. And if you have any aquascaping tips/rules of thumb for the not-so-great aquaplant artists, I'd appreciate it.
|02-28-2007 01:58 AM|
Love it. Love it. Love it.
Good luck with your rescape.
|02-27-2007 08:34 PM|
Originally Posted by Anti-Pjerrot View Post
På Svenska är det Mycket bra!
Like your 54l btw
|01-16-2007 08:22 PM|
In the left "pocket" i had a 500ml bottle with DIY yeast CO2 - with a co2-line going in under the powerhead from the filter making it a mister.
The 14gal is undergoing some seriuos aquascaping and is currently looking like this:
|01-16-2007 07:42 PM|
I had a question for you - how were you using the CO2 in the 2.1 gal Nano tank? I'm confused how that worked and what equipment you used.
|12-16-2006 06:59 PM|
Fishlover -> thanks ill try that!
fresh_newby -> thanks - im not looking forward to take it down, since i have to when the 66 is up - Hopefully i can do a quick attemp at an iwagumi on in with the ton of HC i got. Its so thick that its starting to uproot itself...
|12-16-2006 03:30 PM|
AP...great job. I know how small those maculata are, so to look at the full tank shot, it looks like a mini 90 gal! The scale is very nice...not an easy feat.
The HC loves that environmant to boot. I love the fauna too.
|12-16-2006 05:10 AM|
|fish_lover0591||cool nice job . on the 14 i think you left your magnetic algae scrubber in the tank. that won't help you at all with the algae.. you are supposed to remove it|
|12-14-2006 07:42 PM|
|Anti-Pjerrot||epicfish - the 2.1 is down, and I got a 66 gal up next... the pressurized was bought for the 66, but since its not up, i might as well make some use of it|
|12-11-2006 07:44 PM|
Tank looks great!
|12-11-2006 12:28 PM|
|epicfish||Haha. Awesome. Using pressurized or still DIY CO2 for your 2.1gal nano?|
|12-11-2006 08:02 AM|
It just suddently transformed into this:
|12-10-2006 10:29 PM|
|epicfish||Looks great! How is the DIY CO2 with yeast working out for you? =)|
|12-10-2006 09:44 PM|
just a little photo from today:
The HC is 1" thick and growing like mad!
|11-15-2006 08:23 PM|
If you look at the first picture you see some angled iron underneath - the small ones can hold one tank alone... I did the "test" on it, before putting up the tank grabbing the edge and lifting myself up, jumping a little... so im not worried at all. And the wall is solid brick wall.
I actually trying to put up another identical tank next to it, but the wife aint up for it - yet... It would be awsome with two identical tanks, with different scaping.
Heres some more shots - look how much the HC has grown in just 2 weeks. I lost an oto and i havent seen 2 of the SAE since i got them. And one Amandae jumped out some time ago and d(r)ied...
Lawn... (some BBA in it - im cutting it on saturday)
some front shots...
The left side and the rotala roduntifolia was just cut down and trimmed today and yesterday.
Some BG algae in the front - cant get rid of it, so i just puch it down with a creditcard to make it dissapear... for now...
And a SAE
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