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  1. Tank Journals
    Fairly new to planted tanks, so trying to keep this simple, both aesthetically and maintenance-wise. I'm pleased how it turned out so far, the pictures are two days after planting the HC. The tank is set up on a counter so that both sides are viewable. In terms of light/CO2/ferts, I have the...
  2. Tank Journals
    So my Mr. Aqua 12 gallon long came in, here we go... Substrate - Eco Complete (about 30 pounds) Ohko Stones Beamswork 36-40in Eheim 2213 Aquatek C02 kit - 24oz paintball probably more I'm forgetting. Took me and a buddy hours to setup this hardscape, we just kept making different designs, we...
  3. For Sale/Trade
    $45 shipped per each Large USPS Flat Rate box. I will put as many stones in each box that will fit. Several boxes available. This is a great stone for hardscaping a planted tank. I used it in both my 90 and 150 gallon planted tanks. I've recently re-scaped them using different stone, so I...
  4. WTB/RAOK
    Hi people: I'm looking to buy a large amount of dragon stone, with a few large pieces. I need enough to re-scape a 6 foot tank. PM me if you have some for sale, or know a good place online to buy some. Thanks, Brian
  5. Aquascaping
    I purchased 22lbs of Ohko Stone from Aqua Forrest. This purchase was a mix of economic and stylistic reasoning. I would have preferred manten stone, but the cost to fulfill my needs would have been significantly higher. Ohko Stone seemed be the best choice. 22lbs of Ohko Stone can easily...
  6. Tank Journals
    Hi All I am new to this forum and thought I would jump right in with my Iwagumi journal. I will attempt to document the step by step process and progress of this tank. The tank has been setup up just over a week so i will run through some pictures taken so far. Below are the specifications...
  7. Tank Journals
    Hi guys, Here is my first aquarium. The beginning: Depicted in above pics is use of netlea brown soil substrate and netlea root fertilizer. fill up with remaining media. Total used : 1 9L bag + a couple of cups of brown soil. Front depth: 3" Rear depth: 6-7" night lighting: Time...
  8. Tank Journals
    Been a while since I posted here so I thought I'd show some pics of my latest scape in my 90cm. Following on from this last scape which to be honest got too grown in and didnt do too well in the IAPLC comp Final photo for IAPLC 2011 - #577 - The Unknown Valley The Unknown Valley Stu Worrall...
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