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My 2 week old tank( After rescaping )

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Beautiful and inspirational ..
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Very nice love the way it is full in the mid section of the tank and is that riccia on the drawft wood in the right hand front of the tank.
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nice growth-- now to start trimming and thickening stem plant areas
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wow... looks good

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Very nice!

Replanted after only two weeks? Leave it alone now, and let it grow a bit!


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Here's link to a bigger pic.


Thanks for all your comments.
Yes, this is what I got from my 3rd redo. But this is not the last. Since I still have to wait for certain plants to grow taller before I move them to the background.

Future plan:
Those Rotala Wallichi was placed in the middle to occupy the empty space that I reserved for a driftwood with moss. The current problem is: I'm having hair algae colonizing my java moss and riccia. Maybe I'll just use a driftwood from my shrimp tank.
I'll move Rotala Wallichi to my left background to replace the amazon sword when they grow taller.

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Very nice!

Replanted after only two weeks? Leave it alone now, and let it grow a bit!


Mike
Yes, I'll let it grow a little bit to complete my foreground. Especially the glosso and hair glass. I had only 5 glosso to start with... . My friend dried them up and sent them to me by mail( I know it sounds ridiculous ). Most of them melted on the first 2 days I planted them. But 5 survived.


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