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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by renaud, Sep 15, 2008.

  1. renaud

    renaud New Member

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    hello,this week end,i rescape the tank of
    the parents of my girlfriend;)
    i planted this tank when i receive the plant.
    -Utricularia graminifolia.
    -Microsorium pteropus/narrow .
    -Eleocharis acicularis.
    -Christmas moss.
    -Vallisneria nana.
    -size of this tank(120/40/50).
    -aquabasis,sand of loire
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    -hardscape(not finish)
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    to follow:Happy:
     
  2. Aqualux

    Aqualux New Member

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    Hi Renaud,

    Very nice wood you are using there. Is it material that you found locally or did you buy it somewhere?
     
  3. XPLOSV

    XPLOSV New Member

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    love the drift wood mate.
    If only I can find similar here. (rare)

    Keep us updated.
     
  4. chillaquaplants

    chillaquaplants New Member

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    After seeing your last scape, I can't wait to see what you do with this one! :113:
     
  5. fishman9809

    fishman9809 New Member

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    any updates?
     
  6. cicjay

    cicjay New Member

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    That wood is superb. I'd swim the channel to get at that.
     
  7. dirrtybirdy

    dirrtybirdy New Member

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    looks good. cant wait to see plants and fish in there
     
  8. Jdinh04

    Jdinh04 New Member

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    Driftwood looks awesome! I'm definitely going to keep catching back at this thread.
     
  9. renaud

    renaud New Member

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    hi:Happy:!
    in fact,it's a redmoor driftwood,but,there are old,and i clean here whith metalic brush;).
    the driftwood when i receive here.
    a old layout.
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    Setup Day

    It's not a comp├ętition tank, just a low tech tank.

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  10. Mellonman

    Mellonman New Member

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    Don't do it, they come from your side ;)
     
  11. John N.

    John N. Administrator Staff Member

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    Excellent aquascape so far. Simple, clean, and interesting. The big orange fish looks a little out of place though. ;)

    -John N.
     
  12. cicjay

    cicjay New Member

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    Yeah I know!:eek:

    Doesn't look like the redmoor I get.
    I'm digging out the wire brush:D
     

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