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12-24-2016 04:58 PM
Soup12 Where can I buy the aqua pro 12" cube?
12-26-2015 08:11 PM
frrok still going....

03-22-2015 07:58 PM
frrok
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Originally Posted by Mitashade View Post
I have to say, I love this scape. It's just so adorable and perfectly self-contained. <3

Thank you! It's been a joy so far. Easy Maintenance and the shrimp, cories and fish are so entertaining.
03-22-2015 07:40 PM
Mitashade I have to say, I love this scape. It's just so adorable and perfectly self-contained. <3
03-22-2015 03:32 AM
Hiddentanks New scape looks good! A credit card works well for removing algae from glass and wont scratch it.
03-21-2015 06:07 PM
frrok I also added 2 chili rasboras and 1 boraras merah from my mini-m. They are loving life. The only algae that I have is on the glass. And some places it's really hard to scrap off during my water changes. I'm hoping eventually it will go away. Anyone have any tips. Right now I'm trying get at it with a toothbrush. It's super tough.
03-21-2015 05:49 PM
andrewss looks great!
03-21-2015 04:10 PM
frrok 48 day UPDATE. growth is slow and steady. The moss is looking really good for a low tech set up. I left the tank alone for almost 2 weeks while I was away on vacation. No issues whatsoever. Think I'm going to switch to 2 week water changes now.
03-20-2015 02:11 AM
BS87 Nice to see the progression.. as I am rebooting my 12" cube I will be following this..
02-05-2015 07:37 PM
hitmanx Greaaaaaaaaaaat... your new aquascape has given me an MTS relapse... I was gonna decommission my mini-m to make room (and time) for a new super wide but shallow riparium tank, but now I also wanna try an island... thanks
02-05-2015 06:26 PM
frrok
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Originally Posted by leemacnyc View Post
Nice set-up frrok...subscribed!

Thanks dude.
02-05-2015 05:49 PM
hitmanx
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Originally Posted by frrok View Post
Yea. I have thought of that. I may cut my light period... We shall see. Thank you!!
I have been using a 6hr photo period on my low tech tanks with great sucess. .. one of these days I'll get a tank journal for my tanks going...
02-05-2015 05:12 PM
leemacnyc Nice set-up frrok...subscribed!
02-05-2015 04:46 PM
frrok
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Originally Posted by hitmanx View Post
I'm interested in how well the fugeray-r will light this tank while keeping the algae at bay... it's a great light and I have one on a 5.5 standard but with at least 50% floater coverage, and another on a mini-m which had a lot of stems but now almost 100% floater coverage. .. I have yet to experience much algae at all



But this island style doesn't look good with floaters and usually has less over all plant mass than traditional design... it will be interesting to see how successful you are... I'm rooting for you

Yea. I have thought of that. I may cut my light period... We shall see. Thank you!!
02-05-2015 04:03 PM
hitmanx I'm interested in how well the fugeray-r will light this tank while keeping the algae at bay... it's a great light and I have one on a 5.5 standard but with at least 50% floater coverage, and another on a mini-m which had a lot of stems but now almost 100% floater coverage. .. I have yet to experience much algae at all

But this island style doesn't look good with floaters and usually has less over all plant mass than traditional design... it will be interesting to see how successful you are... I'm rooting for you
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