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Looking good as always..
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Nice setup. Plants look healthy but what kind of fish do you have?


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Looks like you're enjoying your rainy day quite a bit.

Your tanks are wonderful!

Thanks for sharing!!
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looks nice ,what are those in between bonsai ? they looks nice too
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Thanks everyone. In the tank on the left is a dwarf puffer. The tank on the right temporarily has four baby corydoras habrosus. They will be moving soon to my 10 gal I set up a couple weeks ago. Then I am still not sure what fish I want in that tank. I am thinking blue axelrod's rasboras.
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looks nice ,what are those in between bonsai ? they looks nice too
Yes thanks, they are called 'mame'=the size. One is a pomegranite tree, the other an erodium with it's roots exposed over an obsidian rock.These can be grown indoors, so every morning I take my syringe for ferts and squirt a little tank water on them. I need to make a little stand for them.
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wow nice waterfaller. i like pomegranates. my grandpa has one at his summer home, but for some reason the fruit always dries up. its regular size of course, not bonsai.
tanks look nice too. love how the HC filled in.

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Thank you Marko. How big is the pomegranite tree? I love bonsai, and wish I could afford a really nice old tree. They are quite expensive, and..I am too old to see one through to that age.
The HC is spilling out into the sand. In the tank on the right the dwarf hairgrass is taking off in the sand. Think I should leave it to grow there?
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Ha...you did stick some plants between the tanks. Very cool, and the tanks look better everytime I seen them.


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Thanks Jinx. I added some micro sword & didiplis diandra this week.
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