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I'm gonna need to trim that val. It wants to take over the tank.

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looks very nice man, I always love your tanks!
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Sweet - love the jungle look with the val (but I know what you're saying - trimming it back a little would make for a better scape). The thin branches of the driftwood really compliment the overall look. Nice job

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gorgeous. Good balance between a jungle and clean look.
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Man, that's really nice! I really like the wood in there. Great job!

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Nice job Fatguy! Everything looks great! Even the cat enjoys it!

You need to drop by a lot more often!

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care to share the plants being used in the centre of the tank (where the driftwood is). thks!
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Hey all,

Thanks for the feedback. The plant in the middle is just java fern. The Val is crazy when it get's its footing. Yo Momo!! Love stopping by. Getting busy debating a nice reef tank setup. I coudn't bare to convert my planted tanks though. Had to go out and buy a new tank My cat says he enjoys the plants as much as he does the fish :P

Thanks again everyone.

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I really like the snag that you have in there. Been thinking of doing something similar. Could you tell me how you came about that wood?

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that tank looks awesome mate!!
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I snagged that wood from a dammed up section of a creek in the Berkshires.

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