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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-28-2006, 04:09 PM Thread Starter
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Dual nano setup (56)k

OK well i have been trying to make this nano forever and finally i have it but this time its the stump of my 5 gallon betta breeding project. IT currently houses 7 bee shrimp and 1 cherrie already ive had tons of problems 2 cherries got sucked up filter one bee randomly died, i had to buy another powerhead cause the old one leaked ect,

Here is the list of plants animals in the nano

Pellia
ricca
HC ? or HM
anibus nana petite
claudaufloria ( sp) - moss balls
fiddisens
a bit of glosso

& 7 bee shrimp 1 cherrie

IN the 5 gal

Ricca
hc or hm
hydorcotyle sp
dwarf hairgras
a bit of glosso
pellia

& one male and female betta

Here is the nano
this was before it grew and shrimo where added as well as floaters where not in


the side

the top


the 5 gal



thats all i have for now thanks for looking


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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-28-2006, 04:18 PM
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they look good, how are the floaters working out for you, I have fluitans and duck weed and they are driving me nuts, with the AC20 they wont stay in the little pen I made them. it is easier with a canister filter? mine get pushed under by the hob and get stuck on my moss and stems.

are you injecting c02 or are you just using excel?

thanks for sharing and keep us posted on the progression. I love looking at nanos. its amazing what you can all do with these little tanks
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wow ninja post .... umm floaters are working well there in the 5 gal to hold his bubble nest, there are 2 one is amazon frogbit and the other i have no clue. I 'm using a stump so its not really a problem or it hasint been yet. IM not currently using any co2 or excel i think i might add co2 later but plants are already pearling without so im happy. Water comes from my 75 gal so i think co2 is already good. thanks for the comment!


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