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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-09-2017, 03:40 PM Thread Starter
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Rainbows & Shine

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I like the concept. Has the feel of a natural underwater looking environment.

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Looks really cool! Love the wood in there. I see a lot of people use those root looking pieces. What exactly are they called?

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You show us your tank but tell us nothing about it. Don't understand how the name pertains to the setup.
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I like the concept. Has the feel of a natural underwater looking environment.

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Thanks, will update


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Looks really cool! Love the wood in there. I see a lot of people use those root looking pieces. What exactly are they called?
Ty! I use manzanita wood, they're different pieces put in play

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I'll get around to it, the name is the title of the scape




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Those Bucephalandras are


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You show us your tank but tell us nothing about it. Don't understand how the name pertains to the setup.
Patience young padawan...

I am really digging this scape. Still trying to guess the size of the tank lol


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I am really digging this scape. Still trying to guess the size of the tank lol
Thank u, the tank is a standard 60 gallon







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how did I not see this sooner...
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Mosses in the tank

vietnam moss-very underrated, can tell by sales, one of the only bestests scaping mosses







mini weeping




mini xmas



fissidens miroshaki-this is a hard as heck moss to grow, especially keeping junk off it too


buce moss-stringy growth
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I love miroshaki! But it grows pretty good for me. High flow helps keeping it clean, miroshaki is smooth so getting debris of it it's easy. Just make sure it grows in nice flow!


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I love miroshaki! But it grows pretty good for me. High flow helps keeping it clean, miroshaki is smooth so getting debris of it it's easy. Just make sure it grows in nice flow!
Pretty much goes for all fissidens, good advice
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