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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-11-2017, 03:55 AM Thread Starter
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Hello.
It has been 9 months since I can't log into my old account and I can't do an email recovery too since m old email server has been long gone. I'm still lurking around this forum actively though and I just want to let you know that I'm still in this hobby.

At the peak of my multi tanks syndrome I manage to keep 5 planted tanks, 2 cichlid tanks, and 3 emersed ones. Currently I can only manage to keep 3 planted and 3 emersed tanks.

There are the photos of the planted ones:

100 gallon outdoor
This tank mostly holding my anubias, cryptocorynes, and that one oversized crinum there. I also keep my neolamprologus and julies cichlids in here with some other fish. Please excuse the dirt glass and that crack patch at the left corner.







40 gallon
Again it holds my anubias, mostly coffeefolia with a new java fern addition at the left. There are some Lagenandra meeboldi at the front which is doing pretty well and stayed at small size in this low light tank. You can't see it buat I just recently planted some crptocornye balansae at the back which I'm hoping to grow taller later.







20 gallon
And this is my current project progress









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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-14-2017, 03:52 AM
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Thank you.

I pulled out the Crinum natans yesterday, it's size has always overwhelm the rest of the tank. I sold it to a friend.







Amazing plant but I think Crinum calamistratum is more suitable to my 100 gallon tank.
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Crinum calamistratum is great! I have one in my 345 litre tank and it's getting pretty big, but leaves are much more gentle and probably longer than natans. It doesn't overtake the tank this way :-)


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Hello nel, with Crinum natans I'm a little worried that other plants below won't get plenty of lights they need.

I was also planning to move my Crinum calamistratum from my 40 gallon tank for awhile. It seems a pretty good plan now because the Crinum natans is gone. I hope that it will do well in my outdoor tank since it will get more light than now.


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A little update for my 20 gallon tank

Marsilea is filling in nicely


Put in some ember tetras here, they're really nice active tiny fish


This guy is pretty hardy for an otocinclus



and the 40 gallon

Moved my angels into my outdoor 100 gallon tank so these guys can swim safely.




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post #7 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-09-2017, 04:03 AM Thread Starter
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Took some pictures last night

My leleupi in the 100 gallon


Top view of my Anubias barteri broadleaf in the corner


Cryptocoryne affinis



New guys in the 40 gallon community


My Lagenandra meeboldi pink is doing pretty well. The plant next to it is a Cryptocoryne hudoroi, I don't know why but I almost always got that crooked leaf from this plant. Anyone know why this happen?



Some emersed plants photos I took this morning.

Homalomena sp red


Bucephalandra kishii



I need some id for this crypts, help is very much appreciated.




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Full bloom!
Cryptocoryne minima it is








FTS of the 160 liter



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loving this journal
leleupi didn't know that was even a fish! very pretty bright orange color it seems. You carry some unique plants in my opinion and are quite the hobbyist, good job
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leleupi didn't know that was even a fish! very pretty bright orange color it seems. You carry some unique plants in my opinion and are quite the hobbyist, good job
Thank you.
My hobby has been keeping aquascape and cichlids but I can't handle so many tanks, so I kept some of my favorite cichlids in my planted tank. I have Neolamprologus leleupi and Julidochromis transcriptus in this 100 gallon because they don't dig much as long as there's some rock formation in there.

As for plants you probably noticed I only keep low-medium light plants and some emersed ones.
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Well it's a bummer with photoshop issue, I'm going to reupload images from previous posts to imgur

Just rescaped 2 of my tanks into a more simple and cleaan setup. Mostly ephyphite plants ,tell me what you think

20 gallon


40 gallon


I'm liking the white silica sand, tanks look brighter and cleaner.

Currently I haven't been able to decide some kind of centerpiece fish for the 40 gallon tank. So please recommend me any kind of fish work best for this new setup


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