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Post pictures of your one gallon or less tanks!

This thread is for people who have one gallons or less to post their pictures of them, I just recently got really into these tiny tanks, so I guess I'll start with mine, it's a one gallon jar with gravel, a rock, and java moss, too simple really.
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What species of plant was that, Stelci?

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Nice tank stelci, what kind of rock was that? Because I think I've seen them before and was thinking about getting that kind, but it was all dusty and I thought it was the rock


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Heres mine built it myself, measures 6"x6"x6" and is technically less than 1 gallon


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Uhhh.....

Jalapeno jar ftw?

Does anyone think it's possible to put ghost shrimp in there?
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A serious tank thats empty right now but is soon to be home to some baby cherry shrimp



and a less serious one for my litte cousin that I set up last night that will also house cherries

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Here are mine at my work desk. The one on the left is 2 weeks old and I just added some moss. The cube started in September 2009. The one on the right in October 2009.

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What species of plant was that, Stelci?
It's a narrow leaf chain sword or Echinodorus tenellus, did fine under and above water, also has a tiny flower. Oh, and no artificial lighting.

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Nice tank stelci, what kind of rock was that? Because I think I've seen them before and was thinking about getting that kind, but it was all dusty and I thought it was the rock
It's a lava rock. Thanks for the kind words. The only problem with it is that algae likes to stick cause it's so porous, but Betta Fett loves to lay in the hole.

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Hey scrubs89, how is that attached to the log? It looks in your photo as if the log is in and out of the tank.

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the log is behind the "tank"
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the log is behind the "tank"
Hmmm...but if you look at the grooves of the log "behind" the tank along with the log "inside" the "tank" there are some matches. Its like one of those damn puzzle pictures!
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Uhhh.....

Jalapeno jar ftw?

Does anyone think it's possible to put ghost shrimp in there?
Wow. Now I know what to do with my jalapeno jars after I'm done with em. FTW. And I think ghost shrimp should be ok in there no?
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