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9L low-tech Iwagumi (kinda) [Terminated]

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by ptiJo, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. ptiJo

    ptiJo Active Aquascaper

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    And here's comes the little critters!!! :D
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    Cambarellus patzcuarensis sp. Orange

    I could count 15 of them ; lost and hidden in the HCC and under/above/behind the rocks. :D
     
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  2. greenfinger 2

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    Hi ptijo Congratulations ;)So little Bless :cool:(y)Cheers roy
     
  3. ptiJo

    ptiJo Active Aquascaper

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    thanks!
     
  4. Kcraven

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    Mate mega jealous that I can't get them here in Australia! Congratz!
     
  5. discusaigon

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    Hi PtiJO !
    Will you sell some of your CPO babies in few month ?
    I'am setting up few nano tanks now and I would be interested to put in CPO in july or august.

    I realy like the kind of tank that you do. I also like to set up low tech tanks

    here are my actual tanks :

    150 L
    450L
    nano-palu-mur-végétalisé
     
  6. ptiJo

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    Yep, probably.
    I already have a few pre-sales but if the 15 survive, we can make a deal.
    BTW, I live 10min from Pte de Clichy ;-)
     
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    Great !
    No problem if they don't survive, I also can find some easily at "leboncoin"
     
  8. hydrophyte

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    Your shrimp photos are top notch!
     
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  9. ptiJo

    ptiJo Active Aquascaper

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    @hydrophyte: Thank you!

    Today's healthy HCC and baby CPO :)))

    [​IMG]
     
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    Hi, Looking good mate(y)Cheers roy
     
  11. Linds

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    I think there has been a lift on the ban on imported shrimp. You may be in luck.
     
  12. Hein24

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    Love this low tech planted iwagumi, congratz on the babies. I think your growth is mostly from the good LED lights you are running. Stunning tank man!
     
  13. ptiJo

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    Thank you! Yeah, the LEDs seem quite good stuff. I started another small tank with different soil but same HCC ; let's see if it grows the same :)
     
  14. ptiJo

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    BTW, did I ever mention this kinda Iwagumi was also a kinda Riparium ?

    Here's what it looks like:
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    And the thing I'm really proud of:
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    Bacopa monnieri
    blooming !!!
    Shrimps poo does really pretty things... when used by plants :D
     
  15. greenfinger 2

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    Hi ptiJo, That is Fantastic :rolleyes: That flower WOW that is something to be proud of :love: Well done :cool:(y)Regards Roy Ps Think you forgot that bit Ripaium?:D Love it can change our mind and do something out side the box too;)
     
  16. ptiJo

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    Well, I didn't really forgot it. It lies just above my desk :)
     
  17. greenfinger 2

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    Hi ptiJo Bet you spend a lot of time At the desk Just looking:rolleyes: I know i would How time fly's :D:cool:Regards Roy
     
  18. ptiJo

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    Yep. Can also watch it/them from the sofa ; when TV movies are not that interesting :p
     
  19. greenfinger 2

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    Hi ptiJo, Well i take it then ,That you look at your Scape all of the time, As there is nothing interesting on TV Remember i am old All re runs or the Acting is so bad i give up:D:ROFLMAO: Regards Roy
     
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    Well... What about Coronation Street ? :p MouHaHaHa, just kidding :D
     

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