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05-05-2013 08:09 AM
wabisabi Bump for updates and answers!
05-01-2013 02:29 AM
Big O
Awesome!

Love it!
Where did you get those rocks?
05-01-2013 02:11 AM
joejoe123 Whats your plant list ?
05-01-2013 12:49 AM
MrAlmostWrong Any updates on this tank? I love how the moss looks emersed.
01-31-2013 01:19 AM
manini
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Originally Posted by karatekid14 View Post
Fantastic scape, I stumbled onto this today and it is exactly like my scape for a future mini m I drew. It's not often that we see nature aquariums that are this superb on the forum. All your tanks are really great.

What equipment are you running?
Thank you. I have 2 eheim 2211 on my mini 'L' filled with substrat pro and pressurized co2. Light is 36w compact florescent.
01-26-2013 04:34 PM
karatekid14 Fantastic scape, I stumbled onto this today and it is exactly like my scape for a future mini m I drew. It's not often that we see nature aquariums that are this superb on the forum. All your tanks are really great.

What equipment are you running?
01-26-2013 08:44 AM
manini
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Originally Posted by roncruiser View Post
Your tank is beautiful! Inspirational as well. Is the Pandanus planted in some type of substrate you have up top? How did you manage to keep them up there?
Are they attached to the driftwood or the rocks? Well crafted
Singapore moss has grown so thick on the driftwood that I just poked the Pandanus sp. thru. They held there long enough that they started rooting down and now are firmly attached.
12-15-2012 12:54 PM
roncruiser
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Originally Posted by manini View Post
Not too sure what emerged plant you are looking at. One is a emerged grown singapore moss and the other grassy looking plant is a type of pandanus (so it says on the label).
Your tank is beautiful! Inspirational as well. Is the Pandanus planted in some type of substrate you have up top? How did you manage to keep them up there?
Are they attached to the driftwood or the rocks? Well crafted
12-14-2012 01:01 AM
manini
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Originally Posted by Rockhoe14er View Post
What submerged plants do you have growing out of the water? And where can i buy some? great looking tank.
Not too sure what emerged plant you are looking at. One is a emerged grown singapore moss and the other grassy looking plant is a type of pandanus (so it says on the label).
12-14-2012 12:58 AM
manini
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Originally Posted by tropicalmackdaddy View Post
Really awesome!
What moss is that? Xmas?
Moss was labelled as Singapore moss. Looks like a mini xmas moss when submerged.
12-13-2012 01:13 PM
Rockhoe14er What submerged plants do you have growing out of the water? And where can i buy some? great looking tank.
12-13-2012 12:10 PM
tropicalmackdaddy Really awesome!
What moss is that? Xmas?
12-13-2012 06:34 AM
sayurasem Wow nice!
12-13-2012 06:19 AM
Centromochlus
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Originally Posted by manini View Post
Thanks Philip! Honestly, not sure. LOL! I got them as a pandanus species. So far they been in the tank for 2 months and they just got thicker not taller. I do not think they can be submerged.
I was thinking it might be a good candidate for my wabikusa-ish bowl, but I'm looking for something with more height. Any suggestions? I'd like a bunch of Murdannia keisak, but no one has any! Floscopa scandens might also work, but I only have 2 stems of it at the moment... and of course, no one has any of that either. You've done WK before-- what plants would you recommend? I'm looking for height, narrow structure, and maybe grass-like. Sorry for de-railing your thread!
12-13-2012 05:59 AM
manini
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Originally Posted by AzFishKid View Post
Looks great Jojo! What are the grass-like emergent plants?
Thanks Philip! Honestly, not sure. LOL! I got them as a pandanus species. So far they been in the tank for 2 months and they just got thicker not taller. I do not think they can be submerged.
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