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post #31 of 46 (permalink) Old 03-19-2018, 02:47 PM
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Pico tanks is an anagram of pink tacos.


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Pico tanks is an anagram of pink tacos.

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WHERE DID YOU GET THAT ROCK

I looked for ages to find something similar and eventually had to give up. I'm in the Bay Area so seeing this gives me hope.
I got it at Aquarium Depot in Sac. But it's petrified wood. I'm guessing Aqua Forest should have it. In SF.

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Not sure exactly where the line is between pico and nano tanks (I'd like to think pico is below 5G), but in any case, here's my rather messy 7.5G bowfront.
Is that a pawfly light?


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I'm too drunk to scape this tank.

I don't like aquatic plants, I love them.
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I no longer have this tank but it's a marina 0.9g cube with highlight and pressurized co2.

3.4 Liter 0.9g Marina cubus
i'd have put an arowana and a school of tetras in it. then it would have been complete.
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Is that a pawfly light?
It's a Chihiros A Series
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I got it at Aquarium Depot in Sac. But it's petrified wood. I'm guessing Aqua Forest should have it. In SF.
Ah shoot, AFA hasn't had anything like that (that I've seen). I've seen petrified wood for sale elsewhere but it's always pretty $$$
.shaman makes some amazing picos with something very similar, it's great for adding texture and scale to small tanks.

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Ah shoot, AFA hasn't had anything like that (that I've seen). I've seen petrified wood for sale elsewhere but it's always pretty $$$
.shaman makes some amazing picos with something very similar, it's great for adding texture and scale to small tanks.

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NP, if you are ever in Sac, definitely check out Aquarium Depot. They always have good prices. That stone was $1.99/lbs I believe.

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NP, if you are ever in Sac, definitely check out Aquarium Depot. They always have good prices. That stone was $1.99/lbs I believe.
Awesome pricing, AFA sells most of their rocks @ $5-7/lb. I don't want to think about the cost of setting up a larger tank with their stuff.
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I'm waiting to see the one using a shot glass next to a 1/2 gal vodka bottle.
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A shotglass would be horrible with all the evap and temp fluctuation.
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Please tell me you’re using the spout for water changes. I’ve looked at using this type of jar, with just that thought in mind.


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I can only grow plants when they're completely under water. Everything else is doomed.
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Where'd you get the jar? I've been wanting some like this to store bettas that I'm selling. Easy water changing.

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Got the jar probably at Wal-Mart. Yes the spout makes a perfect way to change out the water. I do a thin layer of gravel so it doesn't block the spout.

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