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My guess is it could be the following: cyperus helferi, aponogeton crispus, anubias coffeefolia, cryptocoryne wendtii(?), sagittaria...
I like your sense of humor. Welcome back.
There is something in all your scapes that's worth admiring.
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1) lilaeopsis brasiliensis 2) echinodorus quadricostatus
Very uncomplicated and still so serene. Nice one.
Shaping up very nicely. Smaller fishes will give an exaggerated sense of scale to the scape. Boraras brigittae and boraras maculatus comes to...
Love it. Looks like a very well planned scape. Will watch for future updates.
Happy to see you back in action. Nice video and some heavy planting there.(y)
Liked both of them. Waiting for No. 3 :D
That's an odd question. I never bother to see upside or down. They grow just fine.:p
Very Nice. HC growing so beautifully, without drying out. How often do you need to spray water?
Fabulous as always.(y) Love the very clean plants too.
Happy that things are back on track. How long did it take to completely get rid of the ich?
Unbelievable.:love: I'm in love with all of them.
"Lord of the Hills" - A title that fits you.;)
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