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Topic Review (Newest First)
07-13-2009 11:51 PM
SPECIAL||PLANS at least your tank is bigger than my tiny 10g. i'm excited to see where you take the tank. god speed and keep posting.
07-13-2009 04:43 PM
Strick Oh my... love the driftwood. That's going to be beautiful!
07-13-2009 04:29 PM
coralife205
aquascape / hardscape help

well, this is the experiment i just did about 5 miniuts ago...'if you bought two pieces of driftwood thats way too big, clap your hands' haha i think i need to get my dads electric , portable, saw... i dident realise the pieces were SOO big. and i have to take in to acount, im going to have glass on all 4 sides, and its going to take about a half inch of of the perimeter of the tank being there, so its going to be even more enclosed then this.....damn.
still narrowing the list. Anubias Nana
Anubias Gracilis
Anubias barteri 'Coffeefolia'
Aponogetons Ulvaceus
Aponogetons Boivinianus
Red Tiger Lotus
Barclaya Longifolia orchard Lilly
Java Moss
Bolbitis Heudelotil
Taxiphyllum ferriei
Cryptocoryne Beckettii
Cryptocoryne Wendentit ‘Brown’
Cryptocoryne petchii
Crinum Thaianum onion plant
Ludwigia Glandulosa
Limnophilia Aromatica
Rotala Macrandra
Cardinal Plant Lobelia cardinalis
Polygonum 'Sao Paulo'
Ludwigia inclinata var. verticillata 'Pantanal'
im starting to wonder chad, if i should even bother to use the rocks. i think it will look cool, except that they take up so much space. i mean lets think about it, i want to have a lot of plants, 6 huge fish,like 30-40 cardinals, and so on...i dont know. i defently have to cut the driftwood.i guess my tank isent as wide as i thought it would be.







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