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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-20-2009, 10:17 PM Thread Starter
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Wink "Nano Iwagumi Tank" (37L)

Hi guys, i hope u will like my nano. It's now 3 months old.

I have there BLYXA JAPONICA, LUDWIGIA REPENS and Hemianthus Callitrichoides.

i have 1 more project of 18L nano hightech moss tank. i already designed it but im waiting for the plants..


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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-20-2009, 10:28 PM
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good start, but try raising the rock on the left out of the substrate some more. whats your equipment like?
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thx

i have 30W light

the tank is 37L, but only 20L is seen. more 17L is a sump.

i have CO2 but i dont use it..its all growing good with seachem excel + florish + iron and 40% wated change every 5 days.

i have underground sera substract + amano soil amazonia
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nice plants but i do suggest chipping the rock on the left, it looks to much like a rectangle. Otherwise its a nice aquarium. What are the fauna?i cant really see it in this picture.

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i will pull out the left rock a little bit thx for the advising


the fauna are:

5 Pseudomugil furcatus
dozen cheri shrimps
1 Atyopsis mollucensis
1 cardinal shrimp
2 tiger snail
11 snails with horns. they good algea eaters and dont miss a spot !
they dont breed and dont eat the flora

when more cardinal shrimps will come to my country again i will buy more of them (u can see the cardinal in my signature and the cheri's too)
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Do you have pics of how your overflow and sump are arranged?

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its a back sump. u can see in the picture that in the right bottom of the background there is a plate with holes but u cant see the holes because i placed there black sponge to keep the shrimps out of the sump.

and u can see the lili pipe in the left upper of the tank
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