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My 65gal. update

Well I have had people ask me to show new pic's of my tank so here are the old links. So you can see how much my tank has changed.
My green water!!!!
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Well here are the new pic's, they are not the best pic's!!!!
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What flower is in the last picture? your tank is looking good
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What flower is in the last picture? your tank is looking good
That flower is from my Barclaya longifolia, it has been shooting flowers out every week. Today my Madagascar Lace has a flower it smells great.
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That plant on the left with red/green elongated leaves is really pretty. what is it called?

I'm not a fan of the rocks like that though, is it suppose to signify a path?
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I agree on the rocks. They look too structured.


Otherwise, the tank looks great and the plants look healthy.

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That plant on the left with red/green elongated leaves is really pretty. what is it called?

I'm not a fan of the rocks like that though, is it suppose to signify a path?
The plant is a Barclaya longifolia. The rocks are a problem as of right now, I am using the rocks to keep the subtrate from moving. When I first put the rocks in they looked good because only a little piece of each rock was showing, but now that the subtrate has moved around you can see the rocks. I plan on using Anubias barteri 'Nana' to cover them up, it should look very nice.
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Well it is time for an update. Here are some new photo's these pic's where taken right after I got done planting along my rocks.

Please give me some feed back on my tank. I would love to here ideas from you!

Thanks, Johnny B.
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Are you suggesting coconuts migrate?
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