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Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by saintly, Jan 23, 2009.
one or 2 more after trimming and general maintenance
What is that plant in the back? Looks like Rotala rotundafilia, but I could definitely be mistaken. I love your scape!
correct, it rotundifolia. albeit still green with pink hues.
more cardinals added today, so 19 in total so far.
my wife and son proudly sat in front of the tank last week.
Aesthetics run in the genes!
well to my usual up date.
constant trimming of e tenellus is needed now. and i'm keeping the acicularis in order too.
the stems are of great health and should be due there trim the end of next week.
side shot to show density....
a quick snap after a little trim, hence the floating leaves....
many thanks for looking
chinoanoah the aesthetics stop at me LOL
ok, after a few mor rounds of trimming, things are shaping up.
i've had to increase my trace dosing because my HC was telling me so....
so a couple or 3 images.
looks realy good, im gussing you got everything from the store?
i think a couiple of discus would look good in their
and the picture when you have labled everyone, they look like carboard cut outs lol
Looking good Mark. Dare I say it is starting to get that 'Amano' spooky look to it.
cheers supercoloey. that to me is a massive compliment, but then your not the biggest amano fan right?.....so it could be the opposite to a compliment :-s
No I mean in a good way. I like the 'spooky' looking Amano ones. what I don't like is when he starts again and it looks the same at the end :lol:
That is why most of the time we can tell whether it is Amano scape or not. His scape have distinct style/character.
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