Thread: 20 Gallon Long - Rescue Mission
01-28-2013, 07:53 PM #21
It is hardwood, however I always use Malasian driftwood, just works for me. I have read different issues with beech.Fish: 75g: 9 Parva Rainbow, 4 GBR, 2 Oto, 4 Platies, 10 Sterbai, 4 Calico BN Pleco
10g: RCS, 10 B. Brigittae; 10g: 4 Fp. Spoorenbergi, 7 C. Habroseus, Orchid Endlers; 10g: 4 Fp. Spoorenbergi, Species #2 Endlers,
Plants: 75: A. Sword, C. Red Wendtii, J Fern, Alternanthera Reineckii, Temple Hygro, Moneywort, Subwassertang, R. Rotundofolia, R. Indica
10: Italian Vals, Dwarf Sag, Java Fern, Phoenix Moss
10s: C. Parva, C. Wendtii, Cardinal, Microswords, Dwarf Hairgrass, Hornwort
01-29-2013, 12:48 AM #22
With mopani and malaysian driftwood.....
1. its expensive
2. its pretty hard and its my experience that wood eating plecos cant eat it due to hardness
3. its big and dark and snarly in the tank as opposed to so branch style driftwood
1. is softer and I have heard that wood rasping plecos love beech, birch, cherry, and maple
2. its free and DIY aquarium stuff is very rewarding.
But not at the cost of having fouled water in my tank.
If you have some resources to read about beech driftwood in particular, I would love to read the reference. THanks!
02-25-2013, 01:17 PM #23
Did some major changes to aquascaping and stocking. Here is the latest:
02-25-2013, 01:38 PM #24
Looks like the beech has been dumped for something darker.
Nice looking tank.Fiiiiiiiiiiissssshhhhhh!
02-25-2013, 01:42 PM #25
Nice, I especially like that strange rock in the far left that looks like a tower. What else do u have inthere besides tiger barbs?Tanks: 30 gal community and 10 gal shrimp/community
02-25-2013, 08:41 PM #26
9 tiger barbs
1 rainbow shark
2 peppered cory cats