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|06-16-2011 02:46 PM|
|VincentK||Thanks! I got the wood from Manzanita Burlworks at www.manzanita.com, they have a $25 dollar package for nano aquariums.|
|06-16-2011 05:38 AM|
|06-15-2011 01:39 PM|
Got rid of the old rocks, I didn't really like the flatness of the old setup I had. Still not sure what plants I want to put in here.
I also ordered a 27w Archaea light, but it's currently out of stock, so it should be here within a couple of weeks.
|05-18-2011 02:58 AM|
Originally Posted by .Mko. View Post
Redid the 7.5 gallon, the algae was getting bad and it was too much of a hassle to try to maintain, so, I figure I'd try something new.
Got some HC, glosso, DHG, Cryptocoryne Parva, and Fissidens and tried an emersed growth start. At first it was going well...
But then I figured I was doing something wrong, as most of my HC started dying off, so I filled it and got my co2 going (first paintball setup ).
I think it's doing alright, it just got cloudy, but I figured that would happen.
Some of it seems to be growing out of the dead/dying plants. Gosh, this sure is familiar huh? Seems like just yesterday that I was watching new plants grow out of my dying HM with algae everywhere.
Finally, a full tank shot:
I'm still a bit iffy on the hardscape, I could use some opinions.
|01-13-2011 03:23 AM|
|.Mko.||lovin the 20 gallon long =) I want a tank by those dimensions some time in the future.|
|10-10-2010 06:55 PM|
|10-10-2010 06:20 PM|
Originally Posted by Hilde View Post
That's limnophila btw, at least it was sold to me as that.
|10-10-2010 05:57 PM|
Well the plant on the far left looks like it needs iron. Brightwell Fe should help. It contains- Iron oxide, iron sulfate.
I think some Ludwiga to separate the Rotala indica and Stargrass would make the plants stand out. For the Rotala indica and Stargrass both have pointed leaves.
|10-10-2010 04:38 PM|
Here's my cube, it's looking nicer. I got rid of a lot of the algae and reduced the light to about 7 hours a day.
Here's my messy 20 gallon long, I'm still trying to get things figured out in this tank.
Just planted in the Myriophyllum, not sure if it will do well in low tech or not.
|08-23-2010 10:31 PM|
|08-23-2010 08:40 PM|
|VincentK||Tearing down my 10 gallon, can the Eco be reused?|
|08-17-2010 02:20 PM|
Hilde, I have 26 watt CFL over both tanks, but currently I'm not dosing anything, but I will start again.
Acula, the bumblebee goby is doing well, I've read that there are two species; Brachygobius doriae, and Hypogymnogobius xanthozona. Brachy. doriae is brackish only and has broken bands. The other species, H. xanthozona has solid bands, and will do fine in either brackish or fresh.
|08-16-2010 09:03 PM|
|Dr. Acula||How's that bumblebee goby doing in there with what I assume is fresh water? I saw a couple of those guys at the LFS and was crazy tempted to get one or two, but always thought that they needed brackish. Or at least that it was pretty preferential.|
|08-16-2010 07:49 PM|
I see the Rotalla in the 10 gallon is pinking. What light, fertz do you dose, do you have.
The cube looks like it could use some KNO3.
|08-16-2010 07:03 PM|
10 gallon is doing well, I added those pieces of wood because I needed something to tie my Fissidens onto.
My cube, which is growing the moss very well, I think I may have to trim it, which I'm not really looking forward to. Also, it looks like there's a lot of algae on the side walls, but there isn't, I promise.
Finally, a pic of my female betta, which I really like a lot, it's in my room and swims up to the glass every time I come to look at her.
Thanks for looking.
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