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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-21-2006, 10:24 PM Thread Starter
 
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12 gallon nano aquapod pics

this is my aquapod its filling in. Its in the beggining stages.



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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-21-2006, 11:23 PM
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Nice 'scaping so far. A little rock, a little driftwood - this could be an awesome tank.
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Call me crazy, but do I see two discus plus a dozen assorted tetras in a 12 gallon tanK? I thought so. You do know that discus grow to 7 or 8 inches in length, right? And they need very clean water too.

Your tank looks nice, but discus do not belong in there. Take them out and give them a nice 55 or something.
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Looks great! How are you planning on keeping the riccia down?
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With the Discus...

Me kidding.

Nice start but you know what I'm about to say. But hey, what ever floats your boat. So I won't comment on the topic. But a nice start for sure. The Glosso is growing in nicely and that's a pretty fair amount of Riccia you got there. IMO, I would trim just a bit off that Riccia. Maybe place the trimmed parts below the area of Riccia you have now. That way you can fill it in a bit. Even though the Glosso might just spread around there. But good job Spud.

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