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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-16-2012, 07:59 AM Thread Starter
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250L Low-Tech tank

Here is my 4-5 month old planted tank, most of the stats are on the video...
Its still has a bit more work to be done like more fish (glass catfish, more Khulis and some neon tetras), letting that hair grass on the bottom right corner grow in and a few more background plants.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-16-2012, 03:46 PM
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Kuhli's are neat. Were you planning on spreading the light out over your tank? Or is this arrangement just for taking the video?


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Yeah, Khulis are my favorite fish. The light is usual spread evenly over the tank but my photo skills dont allow me to take proper videos with the lighting that way.
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That's a good looking tank. You did a good job on the video as well.
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Just added 20 neon tetras today to school with the cards. Im thinking of adding some Brazilian pennywort at the the back next to the Vall, Hopefully it will drift over and cover/shade that bare bit in the middle, good idea?
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I love pennywort. After it gets used to your tank it grows so fast you will have a new aquascape every day though. Depending on your particular style that can be wonderful or extremely irritating.


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