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Wingsdlc 55G

Discussion in 'Aquascaping Journals' started by Wingsdlc, Jul 11, 2008.

  1. Wingsdlc

    Wingsdlc New Member

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    Well the move has not happened yet. The original game plan was to close on the house the 26th but we hit a snag and we might be able to close this week.

    Being that the tanks will be coming down for the move I wanted to take a few last pictures to share before they start up again.

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    Here are a few pictures of the 55G.

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  2. aaronnorth

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    The anubias is so healthy in the little tank, best i have ever seen
     
  3. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    i like the 55g - very natural feeling
    somehow the red steps on the left confuse me i little bit
     
  4. Wingsdlc

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    aaronnorth - for some reason the 1.5G tank is really resilient to my lack of attention I give it. I am not very regular with the water changes, the lighting schedule or fertilizing but the plants grow and I don't have any algae issues.

    Jur4ik - I agree with you about the red stems. The right side of the tank does not fit with the left side of the tank. At this point in the game thought with a move coming up, I will probably start a new scape after the move.
     
  5. Jurijs mit JS

    Jurijs mit JS Admin Staff Member

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    ah ok . please start a step by step journal when you do a rescape ;)
     
  6. Wingsdlc

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    Jur4ik - would like to do that but I really need to buy a digital camera first. I have been using my schools camera to take pictures but I only have the option to use it every so often.
     
  7. noodles

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    long time no seeing this great scape8)
    i think some Microsuinm sp. sticking to the woods above those anubias can made this tank wild-looking:)
     
  8. noodles

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    By the way, how can you grow your anubias so great without messed up by those damned grass-green algae? i can't believe you did that.
    i've been always bored with having to clear the green algae on the inner surface of my tank and leaves of the anubias .:thumpdown:
     
  9. Shadow

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    Does picture below answer your question :))

    Snail will help to clean but depend on your luck :p, some reported increase is phosphate level help.

     
  10. noodles

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    Thank u very much! shaddow.
    I sometimes used snails, but they laid a lot of eggs on the wood.X-(
    Maybe I should try to found some others who never have baby.
     
  11. noodles

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    Hi! shadow,i found there's someone said that Pomacea bridgesii may help
     

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