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co2, t5 3.6 watts reflector , plain gravel(soon to be eco complete) now eco complete
40 emerald eye rasboras
2 breeding pair rams - *may 17th took out because they eat shrimp
4 ottos
4 sae- *may 17th took out because they eat moss


4 t5's showing, 2 more underneath and other half of reflector

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Hey thats a really nice tank you got going there - good plant growth. Love the school of Rasboras.
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Nice tree of elders on the left side! Those cabomba look like flowers. Very nice.
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looks very cool, sort of creepy in there...! ALso love the contrast in the photo between the dark green and the light blue of the background


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Beautiful tank!

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Ooooohhhhh.......it's so green. I like it.

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crappy pics - april 23





close up of Limnophila aromatica
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Love the left side~
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Do your Emerald Eye Rasboras usually school so tightly?

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Do your Emerald Eye Rasboras usually school so tightly?
most of the time, unless theyre feeding
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Ingenious! I love how that piece of driftwood with plants on it resembles a tree. I really like the depth you created with your aquascape, the mix of shade, driftwood and plants is excellent.
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I must agree with that driftwood. It's pretty sick. It does have this nice eerie feeling to it. Lonely but not so lonely.

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I must agree with that driftwood. It's pretty sick. It does have this nice eerie feeling to it. Lonely but not so lonely.

i couldnt of said it better myself.

also you got some gw in there?

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also you got some gw in there?
I was wondering the same thing. The plants look real nice and the driftwood sets it off. But is it the lighting or is there a little GW going on?
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whats gw guys? I also have a problem, my tank only has 40lbs of normal gravel which sucks , and i just bought 4 bags of eco complete. So now i want to change it but i dont know what i should do, o alsoi dont have any other tanks that have cycled water in it.
i have 50 fish in the tank, do i take all the fish out?
could i run big hang on filters and leave the fish in?
i really wanna get this done soon so i can get some shrimp
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