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Diy rimless 10 gallon.



I mixed in a small amount of MGOC into some soil I had used before that still has quarter sized chunks of clay in it. Also added a small amount of Soilmaster select in as well and then capped it all with black diamond sand.

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Your tank looks great, good job! I love minimalist simplicity look.

This is cool. This looks a lot like my new 10 gallon. Except I used a penn-plax radius tank. I overpaid for it, but I really liked the curved front. I am using the same lights (for now) and the same filter.

What critters do you plan to house in here?

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Good start! looks great!
Should be really nice once its grown out!
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Your tank looks great, good job! I love minimalist simplicity look.

This is cool. This looks a lot like my new 10 gallon. Except I used a penn-plax radius tank. I overpaid for it, but I really liked the curved front. I am using the same lights (for now) and the same filter.

What critters do you plan to house in here?
As far as stocking I am still not sure just yet.

I added a few more plants as well.

2 anubias nana petite.
Crypt Spirlis
1 stem of Repens Red
4 very small buce clippings of different sorts.

Thank you both for the compliments. :-)
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Added a couple more plants yesterday and moved a couple around.
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Day6. Added Monte Carlo on the right side of the tank as a carpet.
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