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Old 12-06-2012, 08:26 PM   #14
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Thanks, dude!
Especially happy to hear you have been inspired by the mudskipperarium, it's a dear work for myself, too.

Going pretty much on intuition with this one, yes. Not happy with the basic rock formation so far... Might have to redo it. Unless I come up with a way to hide it with even more woodwork.

Can't thank you enough for your comment.



A charge of mine, truly. 12 years of shared accommodation with him.



Thanks, you.
I'm thinking of redoing the emersed hardscape of it. But there's a bit too many projects going on right now.

Even though the tank is 8' long, it only holds about 50 gallons of water. Height of the tank (water bit) is 12" and width 16". (240 x 40 x 30 cm)

A pic, perhaps, for folks that haven't seen it...?
Hardscape before planting:
I love the "woodwork". I truly do. The rocks on the right look a bit like they were placed versus natural, but still looks incredible!!
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