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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-25-2007, 05:09 AM Thread Starter
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Michael's Tank Picutres....

Just thought I'd share a picture of the progress on my 34 gallon tank.

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Looking nice! I like the little moss ball in the front, even if it does seem a little out of place
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looks great!
Some Dwarf hairgrass and riccia would look great in front of the driftwood. Also maybe some java fern attached to the driftwood would looks nice, or just break up up those Lilaeopsis brasiliensis and spread them out a little more
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I am looking for some good foreground plants...I appreciate the suggestions!
I am hoping the tiny patch of fissidens nobolis takes over the driftwood eventually.

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Believe it or not there is a jave fern on the driftwood...it's just hard to see since it is growing in front of all the hygro sal....unfortunately it won't grow very fast for me! I don't know what Lilaeopsis brasiliensis is...are you talking about the utriculara graminifolia? I would break it up more but it's really hard to root....any tips?
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Nice!! What lucky critters call this tank home?
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...are you talking about the utriculara graminifolia?
Sorry I couldnt see to well! Wow, if its utriculara graminifolia break those bad boys up into smaller "nodes" and get them to spread faster. I love that plant, have yet to try it but love it
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