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Old 03-04-2013, 12:19 AM   #1
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Update on 46 Gallon


So just a quick update on how the tank looks now. The rocks in the tank are a mixture of Zebra rock that I got for free at a local stone place and Seiryu stones which were won on a ROAK contest from a member. If you want to see what it started out as, check out my post Total rescape of 46 after complete loss of fish dated 8/13/2012. Also some pics of my Blue Rams I got last night at a lfs for 5.00 each.
This is what the tank looked like back in August of 2012

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FTS on 3/2013
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Male Blue Ram not a very good pic
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Female Blue Ram
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Old 03-04-2013, 04:35 AM   #2
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Hey nobody has any input. Thought for sure somebody would say something about the tank.
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Old 03-07-2013, 02:53 AM   #3
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I like the variety! Especially the moss on the wood. Is that tank on a counter or the floor? Looks like it could be either. I assume those Ram's are not community fish?
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I would stick a taller background plant in the right corner at minimum
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Thank You that is a piece that I purchased from a member here, I super glued Fissidens fontanus
on it. The tank is on a DIY stand that my stepfather and I made, it is on wheels so I can move it when I need to. I am waiting on some more stem plants to arrive in the mail. The rams do not seem to bother any of the other fish or the shrimp.

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Old 03-08-2013, 06:46 AM   #6
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AWESOME TANK!

i have a question about your blue rams, im about to pick a couple up tomorrow, i was wondering what your tank parameters are? PH, Nitrate, kh/gh i tend to stress out about tank parameters pretty bad, so i was wondering if my water is similar to yours.

thanks!
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I would have to do some testing on it. I have not tested in some time. I tend not to test as often as people say I need to.
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Just a quick update. I had to catch some bleeding heart tetras as one of them ate one of my neon's so it was goodbye, and I ended up tearing the whole tank down just to catch them boy are they good hiders.
FTS 3/24/2013
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I am getting some more plants for the right side later this week.
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