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Yesterday 11:41 PM
Powerclown
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I don't know what's even living in my Spec V
The tank looks super cool,I like the wilderness ,don't trim ....
Yesterday 08:43 PM
smug vic Attachment 494169

I don't know what's even living in my Spec V
Yesterday 04:30 PM
bradleyjames77
Started my spec V yesterday

I need to retie my Java fern. There floating all crazy
Yesterday 12:44 AM
lydianquinn


My tank, housing 1 rosetail betta and 1 nerite snail
07-06-2015 12:18 AM
jasa73 To those of you injecting C02, are you using a diffuser in the filter? If so which one?
07-01-2015 09:15 PM
geealexg
Compliment

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Its have been running for a week now. Everything is stock. I want to see how the light can grow plants. I had several tanks before and i decided to go more with smaller tanks since you can create different environments for each of them. Please provide any feedback about the layout or any question about it.
Fauna:5 White Cloud Mountain minnow, 4 Albino Cherry Barb, 1 Albino bristlenose dwarf.

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Your planted setup looks awesome! I use the stock LED lights also but I supplement the plants with some indirect natural sunlight.
07-01-2015 05:47 PM
blesser13 Its have been running for a week now. Everything is stock. I want to see how the light can grow plants. I had several tanks before and i decided to go more with smaller tanks since you can create different environments for each of them. Please provide any feedback about the layout or any question about it.
Fauna:5 White Cloud Mountain minnow, 4 Albino Cherry Barb, 1 Albino bristlenose dwarf.

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06-25-2015 08:01 PM
dru The needle valve is touchy but on the 2 that I own I have them set to 1-2 bps and just never touch (or breath) on them

My other one had issues keeping a consistent bps but it seems to have fixed itself over time
06-25-2015 07:15 PM
Chubbi
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Originally Posted by dru View Post
loving the wave point light, I've found i need to keep mine at max height though i have the smaller version for a spec 3. How do you like the aquatek reg with low bps any issues getting the right bps?
06-25-2015 06:14 PM
dru
06-12-2015 08:35 PM
kman
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Originally Posted by geealexg View Post
Thanks for the feedback! I do try to keep the lid on when I don't view the tanks. I have seen them jump really high before when I was doing water changes. They also really love to hang out near the water surface.
Good call. I've wanted killifish for a long time, they're gorgeous (nice shots, btw!) but they're not really compatible with my topless rimless tanks.
06-12-2015 07:08 PM
geealexg
Clown killifish

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Gorgeous setups, very nicely done!

Be careful with your killifish, however, since you have no lids on your tanks. They're known jumpers. Good luck!
Thanks for the feedback! I do try to keep the lid on when I don't view the tanks. I have seen them jump really high before when I was doing water changes. They also really love to hang out near the water surface.
06-12-2015 07:00 PM
kman
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"MAKING MAGIC IN GLASS BOXES"
Gorgeous setups, very nicely done!

Be careful with your killifish, however, since you have no lids on your tanks. They're known jumpers. Good luck!
06-10-2015 03:24 AM
PurdueGK Geealexag
Your tanks are amazing! The celestial pearl danio is exceptional.
06-10-2015 03:06 AM
PurdueGK Thanks!
Yeah the light is doing way better than expected. I am getting really good growth out of these lights. I am dosing excel every day and flourish twice a week. I have never had guppies before now but I really have enjoyed them. They provide some striking colors and are very active. I'm glad I went with guppies apposed to all neon tetras. The long finned tetra is out of place but my wife had to have him lol...
The light cost me a total of $75 -$85. Really easy to do. I wanted to keep it as simple as possible.
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