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Topic Review (Newest First)
11-07-2014 11:15 PM
emerald76 How did you do? The tank looks amazing!
11-04-2014 06:38 PM
Tyrone Is this tank still up?

This is nicely scaped!
01-26-2011 04:06 PM
bigstick120 Thanks!

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Originally Posted by CLASSIC View Post
WOW! Beautiful setup. I love the amount of shapes and textures! I love black backgrounds but this one seems to hide the detail in hardscape. But even with the black back ground it is amazing. I am so jealous, why cant i achieve awesomeness like this!! Congrats.


EDIT< I came back to take a second look and forgot to add how impresive it is to see such a clean tank that has stems and slow growers like that nana?< anyhow, jeeeez no algae at all that i can see. Lastly would you mind posting the specs? including light and schedule? ty,
Yes, the black background tends to do that. I need some more light to try and seperate it from the background. I was in a rush to shoot this tank and get it in under the deadline.

Lighting is a TEK 4X39 for about 7-8hrs, I usually only run 2 bulbs. 4 after a trim or if I want something to fill in faster.

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The little blobs of pellia on the branches are amazing. I have some branches that jut up like that so I'd love to try something similar. How are they attached? What kind of lighting do they get?
Very nice!
Thats mini pellia, just spread it thin on the branches and wrap with some cotton thread.
01-26-2011 03:42 PM
Dave-H The little blobs of pellia on the branches are amazing. I have some branches that jut up like that so I'd love to try something similar. How are they attached? What kind of lighting do they get?
Very nice!
01-26-2011 03:35 PM
DiscusLoverJeff That is an AMAZING aquascape. Ok, how long did it tank and where can I find some books on aquascaping design?
01-26-2011 01:03 PM
jplove25 That's a beautiful scape. Great job!
01-26-2011 04:16 AM
Dave-H Really nice!
01-26-2011 02:51 AM
Moe Great work!
01-26-2011 01:05 AM
CLASSIC WOW! Beautiful setup. I love the amount of shapes and textures! I love black backgrounds but this one seems to hide the detail in hardscape. But even with the black back ground it is amazing. I am so jealous, why cant i achieve awesomeness like this!! Congrats.


EDIT< I came back to take a second look and forgot to add how impresive it is to see such a clean tank that has stems and slow growers like that nana?< anyhow, jeeeez no algae at all that i can see. Lastly would you mind posting the specs? including light and schedule? ty,
01-25-2011 11:58 PM
decoman wow!! i like it need more fish
01-25-2011 11:43 PM
bigstick120
A Stop Along the Way

I dont think I have posted this on here. This is my 58 gallon tank that I entered in the AGA contest this year.






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