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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by Icethunder, Sep 22, 2014.
Loverly photos can you give us some information about those new photos please.
Thank you Roy
Primarily thanks Keith
The first frontal photograph shows the state before settling.
Tank seems a bit messy.
At one time I had a problem with the BBA, most likely as a consequence of the instability of CO2 (flow and distribution) Now everything is under control.
Another frontal photograph represents a new state.
Also, the pictures replacement part water showing a new state.
Thank you very much.
Your tank is looking great with all those healthy plants.
A few concerns first being that light coloured rock under the DW is very distracting, if you must keep it grow something over it.
The other is the Red Tailed Shark they prefer a large tank as they can get very bossy as they grow bigger and older.
thanks for your suggestions,I'll see what I can do about it.(I think about light coloured rock under the DW)
The latter is what you wrote regarding the Red Tailed Shark you're right,but I can not say no to my wife,It was her wish
Hi Icethunder, Very nice Healthy plants too Congratulations.
Nice planted tank!
Once the RTS gets bigger you can show the wife what is happening.
In the mean time spread the food over several locations that will let the other fish get their food. I hope your wife knows one RTS is all you can have particularly when they get older and bigger.
Hi Roy,Wako thank you
Fish was with me about three months.
In this period there were no major problems.
The aggression manifested during feeding, but nothing dramatic.
I'll follow it, my friend has a larger tank, which if necessary can become its new home
Icethunder that is why I recommend you scatter the food throughout the tank.
Thank you, I'll keep that in mind
Great just separate the food and he should be OK.
Time for another trim
Hi kylumi,thank you
Keep up the regular light trimmings and you will notice a great improvement very soon as they start to thicken up.
Hi Icethunder, Great growth on the plants Looking great
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