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Been a while... new scape

Haven't posted photos in a while. Finally got around to taking new photos of the main show tank in the house. It has been overhauled since the last photos were taken.

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Can you tell us more about the plants, fish, etc.? And what makes up the rock structure in the lefthand side? I need to do more with hardscape in my own tank, so I'm interested in rocks lately.
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Can you tell us more about the plants, fish, etc.? And what makes up the rock structure in the lefthand side? I need to do more with hardscape in my own tank, so I'm interested in rocks lately.
Plants: Anubias, Crypts, Balansae, Anacharis, Cabomba
Fish: Mollies, Platies, Cory Cats, Gold Barb, Schuberti Barb, female Betta
Inverts: 4 Nerite Snails

Rock formation in question is comprised of rainbow rocks. All rock work is natural (no sythetic rocks).


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It looks good but i cant see any fish lol maybe you should use smaller plants.. The rocks look good. How many of each fish do you have?


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It looks good but i cant see any fish lol maybe you should use smaller plants.. The rocks look good. How many of each fish do you have?

Umm, it's really not possible to not see fish. Every photo of the tank has fish in it. Look closer

There are a whole bunch of Platies, 4 Mollies, 6 Cories, etc.
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Can you tell us more about the plants, fish, etc.? And what makes up the rock structure in the lefthand side? I need to do more with hardscape in my own tank, so I'm interested in rocks lately.
Rocks that look nice and natural is sand stone. All you have to do is place them around or stack them on each other.
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