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Old 02-21-2013, 02:54 AM   #1
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Nice plants for Gush Aqua pod


Ok i just received a gush aqua pod that im hell bent on adding to my new 60-p scape. The layout is primarily moss and foreground plants with a good zero space that would be perfect for the pod..

Does Anyone have any pod plant suggestions that would be good for a pod?
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Old 02-21-2013, 03:37 AM   #2
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Lucky! I love those things but I don't even have space in my tanks, lol.

Crypts look great in them, as well as plants like dowoi. You could experiment with stems like HM, too.
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More exotic plants such as rare crypts, buce, anubias, echinodorus etc.
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Eriocaulon look really cool in them. Little spike spheres.
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hydrocotyle I think would look interesting, draping over like jungle vines or something.
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Eriocaulon look really cool in them. Little spike spheres.
Spot on, go with this!
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Old 02-22-2013, 12:28 AM   #7
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Yall are Great!! gave me some good ideas.. Will post some pix when i get it in, just have to slide past wifey and hope she dont notice my latest toy.

Then after a few weeks i can say oh that thing?? I been had that, they thru it in with an old purchase :?
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