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July 2011 Aquascape of the Month: "Antelope Canyon"

Discussion in 'Aquascape of the Month (AOTM)' started by John N., Jul 27, 2011.

  1. wichian

    wichian Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Thank you,Sorry for late reply,brigittae in Thailand,it come from Indonesia,The first one hundred and fifty dead body,Later I came to understand it.It's like there are a lot of plant tank.and eat fresh food,The colors are beautiful and a high survival rate.

    BR.
    Wichian.
     

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  2. Anirban007

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    amazing set up and great selection of fishes one of my fav mosquito rasbora..
    looks like fire in the woods.... :)
     
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  3. wichian

    wichian Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Sorry for late reply. Thanks for the comment. :p
     
  4. Heliospectra AB

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    funky colors !
     
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  5. wichian

    wichian Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Thank you Heliospectra AB.
     
  6. Ian

    Ian Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Wow wichian,
    I love the work that has gone into this however, (remembering I’m new to this forum) 50/80 percent water change daily?
    Is that normal within the AS Community?
    I would have thought that such vast, changes on such a regular basis would actually be detrimental, if not dangerous at the risk of introducing contaminants, can you explain how and why such a big percentage of the water is changed daily. I apologise if this is normal practice within the AS world, to the average aquarist looking in, this seems a bit extreme.
     
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  7. wichian

    wichian Aspiring Aquascaper

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    Thank you so much,A good question Mr. lan

    I was young, I think similar to you,(10-20% water change daily)
    But the water that I used to pass through the filter.Therefore, you can be sure,A simple example
    I do a domestic tank contest,I had to lift up a contest by location,This means that I need to remove water in the thank is 100%, The addition of new water venues contest,Systems within the same tank,But I have to put bacteria,To water systems intact and stable,You can do it Mr. lan.

    I'm sorry I'm not good at English, Otherwise, I will explain it better.

    BR.
    Wichian.

    http://aqua.c1ub.net/forum/index.php?topic=149461.0 (This is my link.)
     
  8. Ian

    Ian Aspiring Aquascaper

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    wichian,
    thank you for your reply, Yes I did understand your English, and how you moved the tank (y)

    Thank You
     
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