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29g re-scape UPDATE -------

hey this is my 29g b4 i re-scape wich should be sometime this week
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no comments or sugestions
here are some specs
65w PC fixture 10k bulb
press. CO2 with hagen ladder
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Is that Bacopa myriophylloides in the left corner?

In college....so no aquariums for a while.....
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Is that Bacopa myriophylloides in the left corner?
no its not its baby tears way back and a lil bit of pogestomos stelles---spelling?
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The pic is a little fuzzy but from what I can tell it looks nice. I like the grassy sides and your crypts a nice.
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What's your fish population? I like the layout but I'd move the crypts back, the foreground looks a little cluttered.
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i'm holding the crypts for a friend and thats y i'm re-scaping i'm trying to go for a more clean open look tips any1
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new pics after rescape


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no comments or suggestions??? i added a 20w NO strip
FISH:
1 angel
2 kribensis
1 common pleco
3 neons
i plan on 2 angels and sum schooling fish mayb neons or those heriquin rasaboras (spelling)...........any sugestions??

PLANTS:
cyrpts
pogestomos stellas
christmas moss
java fern
riccia

SUGESTIONS PLZ

and i plan on 2more angels
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i like the rescape, looks nice! good open area in the middle


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Looks good, but you've got a little algae, huh? Me too

I think that scape will be great when the background grows in.

What is your bubbles per second on teh co2?
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looking very nice after the rescape. Only distraction is the algae on glass. Wow,you sure did alot of changes with the rescape. I see you've switched the substrate? Or did u just top it off with a different type? Whatever it is,the changes look really great! I'd love to see things fill in.
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i did the same type of thing in my 10 with sand, but i've given up trying to keep them separated.


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my CO2 is empty till i get it refilled

What plants do u sugest in the back middle instead of the wood?

i have a lil riccia on a rock and i wanna make more rocks to edge in or around the moss



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29 gal rescape

Warr40,why not try making this a low tech tank.you do not have any hard to grow plants and your allready using excell.diy co2 can present more problems then you wish,inconsistent.follow excell directions and you may be very pleased.regards,cornhusker
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