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Old 01-15-2013, 11:14 PM   #31
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It is a heavy planted tank now...and I can't stop putting more plants in...lol...I have 1 anubias nana petite...1 anubias barteri and 1 anubias coffeelia coming...
if you're lucky, these things are going to hand you, brother. beautiful your tank more and more evident, pruning back the clusters
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Old 01-15-2013, 11:43 PM   #32
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It looks great! It definitely filled in. The anubias growing between the rocks and branches is a highlight for me in this scape.
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I really like this tank! Very good use of the small space of a 10g.
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Old 01-16-2013, 10:56 PM   #34
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if you're lucky, these things are going to hand you, brother. beautiful your tank more and more evident, pruning back the clusters
Thanks!!! Compare between you and me, I call you master brother...I learned a lot from you and still wanna learn more...haha
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Old 01-16-2013, 10:57 PM   #35
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It looks great! It definitely filled in. The anubias growing between the rocks and branches is a highlight for me in this scape.
Thank Chyrol!!!
Yeah, I love those anubias...
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Old 01-17-2013, 06:12 AM   #37
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Jungleflow your tank looks amazing after 2 month. May I ask how did you take of it? Like how often you change the water and what chemical did you put in there that makes the plants so vibrant?
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Jungleflow your tank looks amazing after 2 month. May I ask how did you take of it? Like how often you change the water and what chemical did you put in there that makes the plants so vibrant?
Thanks!!!
Now I do 30% water change twice a week...I did use some flourish tabs at the beginning and it gave me a boom of algae. But after 3 weeks of maintenance, it's almost gone...and I know my shrimps and otos will take care of the rest

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Junglefowl l e trai của a đ, người Việt lun, nếu cần gip đỡ e lin hệ với Junglefowl nh.
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Here are a few pictures of my tank before I trim those stem plants in the back...



I love the crypt wendii on the left...but they didn't do well recently...hard to find something to replace them


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Wow that's a beautiful tank! I need to redo my 10g a complete overhaul maybe ill post a thread later on and let everyone drop me some suggestions
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Wow that's a beautiful tank! I need to redo my 10g a complete overhaul maybe ill post a thread later on and let everyone drop me some suggestions
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I love this moss but still cannot determine the name!!! Its growing thick and nice shape on the dw


Amana shrimps love it


Painted FRS love it


And even my endler love it

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What is the name of that leprechaun look alike plant and moss in the above picture?
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What is the name of that leprechaun look alike plant and moss in the above picture?
Reu do la reu tam giac o VN do ban...
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