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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-22-2008, 10:28 PM Thread Starter
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120 gallon crypt tank

32 ember tetras
16 Sawbwa resplendens
15 Pseudomugil gertrudae
6 Apistograma borelli
13 kuhli loaches














30+ pounds of sms
10 bags of eco
3 250w visi therm heaters
1 xp3
1 power head
2 large driftwood on the left and right
3 med sized driftwood two with anubias one with flame moss all 3 with caves for spawning

20 pots of crypts
Cryptocoryne balansae
Cryptocoryne lutea
Cryptocoryne mioya
Cryptocoryne petchii
Cryptocoryne retrospiralis
Cryptocoryne tropica
Cryptocoryne walkeri
Cryptocoryne wendtii 'Broad'
Cryptocoryne wendtii 'Brown'
Cryptocoryne wendtii 'Green'
Cryptocoryne willisii

8 anubias plants
Anubias nana
Anubias barteri var. barteri
Anubias barteri 'broad leaf'
Anubias congensis
Anubias minima

2 large bobit ferns
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wow thats a ton of floaters

what type of lighting do you have?

the cryps look great and so do the fish!!!

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ahsupply lighting. i tossed some in there to help since i had some algae. the fish like swiming though all of it plus it makes a cool green tint look so i am thinking of leaving it.

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In that last picture are there eggs on the leaf in the top left corner. It looks really good. Just a question. Can you take a Full tank shot not on angle with out flash? I think it would show the tank way better than the angled shots. But either way you do it, it still looks excellent.

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i think those are snail eggs that u r talking about

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