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08-07-2012 06:51 AM
kingfish92
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Originally Posted by Capsaicin_MFK View Post
I can hook you up with the substrate. I have some Flourite Dark leftover and some ADA Aquasoil. Let me know how much you want.
Well, I only need enough to fill those two tanks. I guessing around 5 poundish.
08-07-2012 05:59 AM
Capsaicin_MFK I can hook you up with the substrate. I have some Flourite Dark leftover and some ADA Aquasoil. Let me know how much you want.
08-07-2012 04:26 AM
kingfish92
Looking for eco complete, plants, shrimps

I just purchased two .7 gallon betta cube tanks that will hopefully turn into planted aquariums.

So that is why I am looking for eco complete, plants and shrimps to add liveliness to the tanks.

Plants:
HC, hairgrass, foreground plants, basically any small plant that will look good in a nano tank. Also, mosses would be awesome.

Shrimps:
Ghost, cherry, whatever will thrive in my very soft water here in Northeast Minneapolis

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