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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-01-2005, 07:20 PM Thread Starter
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Found Some cool bogwood for my newish 90

Made a few changes, yanking out the Wisteria and moving some "red" Lludwigia from left to right and letting some temporary Egeria cover back left. I put three pieces of bogwood in here and the fish really seem to enjoy the barriers and tunnel/caves. There is a little Rotalla wallachii I'm resuscitating from near death which is starting to recover, I think. But I can't decide what will go behind the corkscrew vals. Maybe some stellata... Any ideas? Comments or suggestions really welcomed! Also, here is a link to the first picture of the tank a few weeks ago. Thanks, bob
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Man that tank looks great. Your colors are sheer amazing. Your wood looks great although IMHO I would put the larger piece on the left side. As for an answer to your question if that tank was mine, and I wish it was, I would use a XL Sword to use behind the vals. Great looking tank.
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Hey, Thanks goperator! I might try moving the larger bogwood piece to the left middle and put the middle piece on the right. Right now the big piece hides the lower stems of the apono and it has a opening the fish like to use to go hang out of sight. It would prolly work about the same for the fish if I make that change. But the lotus is going to get kind of bigger so I want to keep the opening visible and keep a small gravel feeding area to drop Hakari wafers on. Planning on having the lotus grow to the left for now.

That compacta sword on the right can get pretty huge, so thats always an option on back left. I just gave a huge one to my fav LFS and he'll give me a sweet credit on some bosemani rainbowfish, when I'm ready. bob





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