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Title says it all. I have a 20 gallon just sitting around and I feel the need to fill it (I thought I would resist the urge to build another saltwater system, 2 is enought for me!) I'm just looking for some insperation.
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This is what it looked like about 2 weeks ago. I am in the process of re-scaping it. Info about it here

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I really like the new scape. It's very natural looking and quite pleasing to the eye.

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There will be some new pics on the 20'th of this month to my journal here:
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Here's my old tank, clicky for the specs (it's now torn down. . . )

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Chadly - your tank is looking great since you posted pics last time.

here is mine. i replaced the dwarf hairgrass with dwarf sag last night and added a sprig of red temple.


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Thanks, all these tanks look good. There's seems to be a few who like the 20 long tank. It will limit you plant selection, but really does have a great shape and rivals larger tanks for aestetic beauty.


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In hindsight, I would suggest choosing plants that do not require much substrate at all. This will leave more height for plant growth. I tried to utilize driftwood as much as possible, in an attempt to avoid using the substrate.
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Here's mine. Please ignor the algae, bad photo quality, and random lotus plant in the forground. That isn't supposed to be there . It's a work in progress .

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These are all awsome systems!
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