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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-24-2019, 08:06 PM Thread Starter
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What's everyone working on right now? I just bought some small totes, and I'm propagating my own moss.

Also ordering some shelves and lights for terarrium storage.
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Iím currently in the planning process of incorporating my 40 gallon Japanese newt tank, 10 gallon juvenile Japanese newt tank, and a 75 that is right now holding some pond plants into some kind of big planting, gardening, aquascaping, work bench area. Not sure how....but Iím working on it.


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Nice! If you're handy with some tools, you can find some nice diy tutorials on youtube. Serpadesign has a couple videos where he builds and waterproofs some large enclosures out of woods, but his designs would probably require a little adjustment as they only held about 6-8 inches of water because he used them for paludariums. Overall the big one was the size of a 180 gallon tank though.

From the sound of it, yours is going to be a full aquarium?
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Nice! If you're handy with some tools, you can find some nice diy tutorials on youtube. Serpadesign has a couple videos where he builds and waterproofs some large enclosures out of woods, but his designs would probably require a little adjustment as they only held about 6-8 inches of water because he used them for paludariums. Overall the big one was the size of a 180 gallon tank though.

From the sound of it, yours is going to be a full aquarium?
It can be. The plants that are in it can be emerged and submerged so whatever strikes me at the moment. Sometimes itís pretty full, sometimes half, sometimes only a few inches of water. I like the flexibility.


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