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03-21-2013 03:13 AM
JEden8 Stunning! Great setup!
03-21-2013 01:49 AM
crazydaz It looks great, Riverbrewer! Very nice tank, and excellent hardscape!

It looks great, Riverbrewer! Very nice tank, and excellent hardscape!

03-21-2013 01:44 AM
riverbrewer
Riverbrewers 75G "Roselines and A New Beginning"

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03-15-2013 02:27 PM
riverbrewer Here's a quick video of a recent rescape of my tank. I am still not 100% satisfied w/ the foreground and am still contemplating where to move the crypts that are hogging up the foreground space. I think I might move them to the right side in front of the barclaya. What would you do?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WDePWNWABM
02-08-2013 04:53 PM
speedie408 Looks great my friend. Makes me miss my roselines. I swear, once I quit shrimp I'm going to do it big with planted tanks. Really do miss my collectoritis days.

Keep up the good work!
02-08-2013 04:41 PM
plecostomouse nice tank
yea those gold lalzer corys are wicked
02-08-2013 04:25 PM
hisxlency nicely done, the more I look at my old 55 the more I *sigh* haha
02-08-2013 03:11 PM
riverbrewer
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Great driftwood set up
Thanks! It took me a while to decide how I wanted it set up, and am pretty pleased with my final decision!
02-08-2013 03:33 AM
Conrad283 Great driftwood set up
02-08-2013 02:10 AM
riverbrewer
Riverbrewers 75G "Roselines and A New Beginning"

The Roselines seem totally fine in the 75g right now. They zip all over the tank but will still most likely get a bigger home in due time. I would eventually like to get a 220 up and running for them.
02-08-2013 12:01 AM
Green_Flash Hi, do you think Roselines can spend their entire life in a 48 x 18 tank? I really like them but heard they can get huge and not sure what the minimum tank size is.

I like that laser Cory too!
02-07-2013 04:58 PM
riverbrewer Fish update!

I picked up a dozen Peru Gold Stripe Corys about a week ago. These fish are just too cool!

01-17-2013 12:52 AM
riverbrewer FAUNA CURRENT STOCKLIST:
8x Puntius denisonii "Red Line Torpedo barb"
2x Crossocheilus siamensis "Siamese algae eater"
1x Corydoras sterbai "Sterba's cory"
2x Corydoras similis "Smudge Spot Cory"
6x Yunnanilus cruciatus "Dwarf Hovering Zebra Loach"
2x Yasuhikotakia nigrolineata "Blackline Loach"
1x Peckoltia sp. L134 "Leopard Frog Pleco"
3x Otocinclus sp. "Dwarf Suckermouth Catfish"
4x Neritina natalensis sp. "Zebra Nerite"
15x Caridina multidentata "Amano Shrimp"


FLORA CURRENT STOCKLIST:
Persicaria sp 'Kawagoeanum'
Cryptocoryne affinis "pahang barat" red
Cryptocoryne Wendtii "Green, Brown"
Marsilea minuta
Cryptocoryne Wendtii "Red"
Barclaya Longifolia
Cryptocoryne Wendtii "Green Gecko"
Pygmy Chain Sword
Cryptocoryne Nurii
Hygrophila pinnatifida
Didiplis diandra
Bacopa caroliniana
Ludwigia sp 'Hybrid' (red)
Nymphoides Taiwan
Cryptocoryne pontederiifolia
Hygrophila polysperma (Sunset Hygro)
Nymphaea micrantha (green)
Nesaea triflora
Ludwigia palustris (Narrow leaf ludwigia)
Bacopa madagascariensis
Cryptocoryne wendtii blasii
Cryptocoryne wendtii "Mi Oya"
Hygrophila angustifolia
Cryptocoryne crispatula var. balansae
Vallisneria americana (Dwarf Vals aka Wild celery)
Fissidens Fontanus (driftwood branches)
Christmas moss
Microsorum pteropus "Phillipine" (Phillipine Java Fern)
Persicaria sp Praetermissa 'ruby'

What would you add to my fauna stocklist? I was thinking a school of cherry barbs for the middle water column. Also debating a second school for the top of the water column. Either clown killis or microdevario kubotai. CANT DECIDE!!!Looking for opinions!
01-16-2013 02:13 PM
riverbrewer Thanks! The substrate is a mixture of black fluorite, dark fluorite, and generic pea gravel. I was a little leery of mixing in the pea gravel, but am now glad that I decided to take the plunge. It gives the overall substrate look a nice contrast with the darker fluorite.
01-15-2013 02:43 AM
RobMc I really like your substrate, looks fantastic. Gotta love a fully flora'd tank in 2 months - grats.
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