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New look to my jungle nanocube

Here is an update on my nanocube. It's growing like crazy and I had not seen my tank since Friday, November 19th. I'm afraid to see what it will look like. Enjoys and Happy Thanksgiving to everyone on Plantedtank!
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looks awesome! nice work!
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Very nice indeed. It gives me inspiration to try my own.

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Plants are gone, but my 33gal and I are back after a long hiatus.
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very nice! What is the plant in the very back and the plant as the foreground?
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Happy Thanksgivin' to you to gw
The tanks lookin great and I see those ferns are growing beautiful for ya
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man thats a nice tank
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I used cuba and aromatica as the background. AS for the foreground I am using some glosso and some kind of plants that look like clover. I not sure the name of the plant. I got it from a plantedtank member. Like I said, I will find out how much it has grown when I go back to the office on Monday. I will take pictures of it when get back before I prune them.

Buck: Thanks! see any plants you want to try in your tank? I am pruning them on Monday.

Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving again!
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I used cuba and aromatica as the background
I have never tried either of these plants... dont throw them away, throw them at me.
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some kind of plants that look like clover. I not sure the name of the plant.
Perhaps Marselia ?
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Nice Nano cube

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Whats your doseing regiment? Any CO2?
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Are you using stock lighting? What is the wattage? The planting looks very dense and healthy.
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I dosed Kent and flourish micro supplements at least once a week. The light is stock. I was very suprise that the plants grow so well. I have a hagen co2 system.

buck: Check your mail within the next week or so You sure will get some goodies!
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Here is another picture: It's of my pair of rams in my nanocube. They laid eggs before i left for vacation. I hope to see babies when i get back
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Thankyou very much Boun !
Hey about the "stock" light, is that the same NanoCube from AquaBatonics ? If so it has a 24 watt 6500k PC which is a great bulb for that size tank. That would be kool if the Ram eggs do well... keep the fingers crossed
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I have the nanocube with the 24watts....they now can come with a 48watt lighting system..... i'm thinking of just making my nanocube a reef tank. Anyways love your tank, looks great!
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