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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-10-2009, 04:03 PM Thread Starter
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90G 'Simplicity'

yeah, I am bad at naming things :P

As on - 6 - Sep - 2009









Flora -

Stringy Moss
Anubias nana 'normal'
Anubias nana 'petite'
Marsilea Hirsuta

Fauna -

8 neons
4 Endler's Livebearers
5 otos
1 Cardinal
10 Amano Shrimps
many many N . heteropoda, both 'red' and 'Wild' types

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Cool, you dont (at least I dont) see many tanks like this. What are your tank specs?

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Thanks Jake.

The tank is 90G , 3'x2'x2' .
Light is 1x150W MH 6k kelvin
Filteration is DIY canister.
DIY CO2
Rocks are all Basalt boulders and stones.
Substrate is the same stuff usually used as filling etc.

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Do you think your tank is getting enough light with the 1 X MH ? Especially to the corners?

Just curious, as some people recommended I get rid of Mh's because I wouldn't be able to get light to the edges of the tank.


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Very nice!

I have not seen stringy moss before. It makes a nice effect. is it a Cladophora?

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Very nice!

I have not seen stringy moss before. It makes a nice effect. is it a Cladophora?

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No, it's an actual moss.
Check aquamoss.com for more pics

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Do you think your tank is getting enough light with the 1 X MH ? Especially to the corners?

Just curious, as some people recommended I get rid of Mh's because I wouldn't be able to get light to the edges of the tank.

The reason for choosing these plants in there was that they did ok in that light.

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Thanks

The tank was scaped just a week ago thats why the moss looks untidy it looks much better grown out (uniformly).

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A small video I took to test the new cam -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOvXNBtXwc0

Tank is also not so simple anymore, added locally collected Eriocaulons in there.
Trying to keep em alive

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