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post #16 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-10-2019, 01:05 AM Thread Starter
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I moved all my shrimp, my Mopani wood, and will soon be removing half my substrate before re-planting.

This is the last video before my next step. It is interesting to see how the gravel and sand adjust with the water flow where the wood was removed.



Edit: I just moved two more shrimp fry, so I need to be patient.

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post #17 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-14-2019, 02:47 AM Thread Starter
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I finally removed almost all the plants, thinned out the substrate, and replanted.

Style: Organic soil (dirt), sand, gravel, plants, moss, algae, biofilm, mulm, snails, shrimp, small fish
Tech: Fluval Plant 3.0 Nano, Top Fin MF10, Tunze 3161, Eheim Skim 350, Neptune Apex EL
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I moved a few shrimp from my nano cube to these two tanks. The nano cube was stocked with red, yellow, blue, wild, and any fry from these gemini tanks when I cleared them to redo the substrate.

I put three adult red shrimp, and one fry in the right gemini tank. When I was netting those out, I noticed some movement in the little gap for my flow control on my little Top Fin MF10. I took the filter apart, and rescued two fry, which I put in the left gemini tank. One is wild-type, but the other is clear with orange stripes!

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