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Old 03-02-2012, 08:10 PM   #1
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Substrate: some sand and gravel
Flora: Java moss, Java Fern (reg & needle), Anubias, D Hair Grass, Riccia, Frogbit, Dwarf Chain Sword, Salvinia, Utricularia and a couple of other things.
Fauna: Shrimp, Copepods, Snails, Flatworms and a few Tubifex worms
I know people say the Flatworms are bad and don't like copepods and Tubifex but everything seems really in balance and growing well!
Filtration:None!
This is the culmination of a number of ideas
1) the back is a moss wall that i grew horizontally for several months before attaching to the back
2) There is a log with moss growing on it that I grew almost emersed for several months too

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Old 03-04-2012, 03:58 PM   #2
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I have a small island of Dwarf Chain Sword and some mosses growing at the edge of my moss wall. i'm curious to see how they grow down into the water. And am thinking of building a glass or acrylic top box for more emergent growth!
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