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  1. 26L AquaManta- Xanti 26 shrimp tank

    Nano planted cherry shrimp tank.

    Plants include Bella palm, amazon sword, willow leaf java fern, crested java fern, indonesian plant, narrow leaved cryptocorne. Also some driftwood.

    Substrate is 'Fluval Stratum substrate for shrimps'

    Mainenance includes 50% water change and substrate siphoned weekly. Carbon and filter pads changed monthly.

    Currently does not have any shrimp as it has only been running for a week.

    Updated 05-20-2013 at 07:43 AM by milliemb

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  2. 4ft freshwater planted tropical (soft & acidic)

    -red/blue columbian x5
    -black phantom x2
    -congo x5
    -glowlight x5
    -neon tetras x7
    -black neon tetras x3
    Harlequin rasboras x4
    Hoplo catfishes x6
    Flying foxes x2
    Albino Bristlenose x1
    Peppermint bristlenose x3
    Platinum longfin angelfish x1
    stripy angelfish x1
    Pakistani loach x1
    -schwartzi x1
    -Trilineatus x2
    -albino x1
    -bronze x2
    -peppered ...

    Updated 06-01-2013 at 06:53 AM by milliemb

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  3. Photos of Train's new home!

    Quote Originally Posted by fjolliff View Post
    Here are the promised photos! Also a bonus of my brother's female vailtail betta in her "moonrock" cave! It was too cute to not show off!

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    You can see the purple thing on top of the tank, that's the hood from the 1gal with the light in it. I also have a purple folder to the right of the tank to keep my computer screen from messing with him.The heater didn't turn
  4. A helpful conversation about Bettas ripping their fins!

    I'm blogging a conversation that I've been having with several people about my delta tail betta.

    His dorsal and anal fins have been becoming gradually ragged. I was monitoring him since I noticed his dorsal and anal fins, but then he started loosing large chunks of his tail fin! I dubbed the behavior as "The Game of Rip-It" based on a Yahoo answers response mentioning that they play "whip-it".

    Anyway, here's the conversation and a photo of him from ...
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  5. 20g high planted

    So, in my attempt with a 20 g high planted low tech, the plants are all doing better than i thought. After the first fert dose the pygmy chain sword seems to have established itself and sending off runners. And I just planted some corkscrew val. I'm going for a rather simple tank. There are some sword runners I took from my LFS that are planted closer to the other aquarium, so they get hit with extra light. Right now I only have 0.75 wpg, but the one side of the tank is getting hit with combined ...
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