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GREEN ADA Cube

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by GreenFanatic, Mar 6, 2008.

  1. GreenFanatic

    GreenFanatic New Member

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    Thanks for the ID Kookaburra... emm... mine is not as red :(
     

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  2. kakkoii

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    Your plant looks something like a rotala macranda species.
     
  3. GreenFanatic

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    Emm... looks pretty close too... now I am really confused by the 2 IDs :29:
     
  4. Kookaburra

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    this plant needs a lot of Light and a lot of Nutrients. And even in these conditions, it is hard to make it "go red" and she does not grow very quickly :(

    A very difficult plant, I try it in my tank, but I never succeed ... :-?
     
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    thtas true, I think that the very red ones is emersed setup
     
  6. GreenFanatic

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    Oh dear... what have I done :29:
     
  7. GreenFanatic

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    Added 5 Yamato (Amano) shrimps and a couple of Sakura shrimps today... can see that they are really excited by what seems like never-ending food source :muscle:

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    I am particularly pleased with the runners and root systems development of my Japanese HG :)

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    Got more runners than my Hairgrass. I have had mine planted for about 4 weeks and no good signs like yours.
     
  10. Kookaburra

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    You can say "Thanks" to Aquasoil ... It's a fantastic soil for that :hail:
     
  11. Jervis

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    Well it's kinda expected dun u think? Layers and layers of good stuff :-s
     
  12. jeff120

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    Looks like a great start. Im setting up a 30-c shortly as well, nice to find some inspiration!
     
  13. Pat7676

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    Is that a ghost shrimp the clear one?
     
  14. GreenFanatic

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    It's an Amano (Yamato) if I'm not mistaken :)
     
  15. GreenFanatic

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    Actually... it's not that great... still fighting with algae Boxing

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  16. GreenFanatic

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    Preparing for the introduction of fish...

    Luckily I can still find my old acrylic cutter [-o<

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  17. GreenFanatic

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    After reading some interesting facts about Endler's Livebearers... bought 5 specimens to beautify my tank. Surprisingly they love my hair algae :amillanbliss:

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  18. Pat7676

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    Love the pattern on that one in the middle. They look good.
     
  19. GreenFanatic

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    That's Tigertail var. I believe... will get another 5 tomorrow :)
     
  20. Pat7676

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    Cool post a pic of the new ones when u get them.
     

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