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The Forgotten Valley - 60l

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by aaronnorth, Jul 12, 2008.

  1. Larsen

    Larsen New Member

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    Jungle scapes rule:celebrate:

    Looking forward to seeing what you do with this... I'm somewhat proud to hear that you fancy Tropica plants... me beeing Danish and all:rock:
     

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  2. aaronnorth

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    I love tropica, more so there slow growing plants as they are well established, not sure i would pay for their stems though as even "Cheap" plants grow quickly and they will be in the same good health in a couple of weeks!

    Thanks.
     
  3. aaronnorth

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    Personally i dont think they are bad for a first attempt, forgot to use the old hairdryer trick though :roll: lol
     
  4. Supercoley1

    Supercoley1 Moderator Staff Member

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    I would cut the bottom 1-2cm of the back of the hood Aaron so it doesn't show through the water level. No need to do the sides of course due to the reflective nature at angles.

    alternatively find some way of lifting the rear up out of view :)

    Is that your wallpaper behind or a 'basic' ;) white background

    AC
     
  5. redcherryco2

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    Your HC looks very nice.
     
  6. aaronnorth

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    Thanks Andy, it is actually a white towel lol. I couldnt find a white bed sheet or something similar which would of been better because of it having the pattern:rolleyes:The tank was ripped down on Sunday so there is no way of lifting the hood up now!! These are the final pictures.

    Thanks redcherry.
     
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    I like the yellow rocks, what type are they?
     
  8. Simon

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    I like the yellow rocks, what type are they?
     

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