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Old 12-30-2008, 10:39 PM   #1
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Trying a hybrid of wabi-kusa & iwagumi?


In my 2.5g AGA tank i want to see if this is feasable.
Basically i have a small wabikusa ball on one side w. moss rocks to boot, & then a bit of a field of HC. Behind the wabi kusa ball i'll probably have HM & e. tenellus.

I will be dry starting the HC, HM, & E. tenellus first though, then when it was filled up to a decent level i will add a wabi kusa ball & flood the tank half way ?

Also what plantswould you suggest for the wabi kusa ball & what should i use to make a ball ?
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