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Quick shot of the 100g, comments plz.



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Cool looking tank!

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I think you did a great job with the hardscape. How much light do you have on there?


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thanx, as for the lights, its lower than some say i need, its two 4' plantgrow lights, there are 4 tubes on the aquarium but i have one set cut off due to and algea problem.

This is also in a sun room, so it gets a good amought of real light during the day.


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It looks pretty cool,
is that bamboo growing out of the tank or is the bamboo behind the tank?


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its growing out of the tank


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how does your bamboo do for you growing out the water? I've always wanted to try that.

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I personally don't think that a mix of black and white rocks goes well with yellow-brownish colors of the hardscape. Please don't take my personal opinion as offence, it's just a matter of taste, I guess. Otherwise, I find your idea with bamboo very creative!
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how does your bamboo do for you growing out the water? I've always wanted to try that.
It dose great! They have been growing for a few years now. You can either put them in the substrate or suspend them in the water if they are not tall enough yet. I have two in the left corner growing suspended.


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I personally don't think that a mix of black and white rocks goes well with yellow-brownish colors of the hardscape. Please don't take my personal opinion as offence, it's just a matter of taste, I guess. Otherwise, I find your idea with bamboo very creative!
Thanx for the comments, as for the gravel, it was a 50/50 mix of white and black with a total diffrent look. Instead of buying all new gravle, over 150 bucks worth, i decided to add black to it. So i have been slowly adding black to it, i want to go black sand one day.


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