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amazing. I love what can be done w/ undemanding plants like these. I know a lot of folks may put down low light, common "beginner", plants like java fern, but it really is attractive here.

I'm planning a riparium and wanted to go with something easier to maintain submerged and thick I'll be borrowing from you and sticking to java fern and anubias.

just fantastic
Well i have removed a few fish which were being too competitive with food and digging up the petites very frequently.
 

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Someday I'm going to do a tank like this but on a 7g cube scale! Hoping this fall once its cooled down for shipping.
Btw you should show off how long those anubias roots are, that you can plant them without weights
 

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How do you like your light? I am looking at getting one.
Well with the automatic timer you buy seperately from current it works out great. For low tech plants it has wonderful results. I know forum users who use 2 units on a tank for higher demanding plants.
 

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Trying to keep tank as low maintenance as possible at the moment. Maybe later when i have more time for maintenance i will take some java ferns out and add more anubias once more.
 

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