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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-13-2007, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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Pictures of my 10 gallon

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This is my ten gallon tank. I just got the Red sea pro system and a 5lb. CO2 tank. Everything seems to be going very well. No more DIY for me. Everyone let me know what you think of the tank. Tips, what you think needs to be changed and what you think looks great as is. Thanks!!!
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-13-2007, 08:37 PM
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Do you still have those Angels in there? If so rehome them please. I think if you keep the plants that are the same(for instasnce the wisteria) in a area then it would look alot better. Also I think if you just clean the outlook of it up a little then it will look more open.


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Those angels look pretty cramped in there. How long have you had them? Have you always had them in that tank? Angels that size should be in at least twice that amount of water.
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Well, in the last picture the angels aren't there anymore, so hopefully they have been relocated. Nice tank btw.
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Hey everyone,
Thanks for your comments and keep posting. I need more advice. I did move the angels to a 55 gallon tank so don't worry.
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That Aponogeton in the back is going to take up the entire tank and then some.

In college....so no aquariums for a while.....
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