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    Ok good idea, thanks sorry I'm new here. My bad

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    Super nice tank. I love neon school, such a classic look that always fits with plants.

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    Hats off to you Richard What a great variety of fish. Glad it all works out for you.
    Thanks!

    I have also added 4 Forktail Rainbow fish. They are stunning and should do well in the tank. There was a bit of a gap in the tank since the Pearls and the Ancistrus moved to a separate tank.
    My journal....Swimming in South Africa:
    http://http://www.aquaticcommunity.c...d.php?t=117848

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    Things have changed and grown a lot!
    My journal....Swimming in South Africa:
    http://http://www.aquaticcommunity.c...d.php?t=117848

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    That's one of the most beautiful tanks I've ever seen.
    When in doubt, do a water change.

    "This ain't rocket science!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taurus View Post
    That's one of the most beautiful tanks I've ever seen.
    THANKS!

    It has taken a while to get to this stage; 6 months. Hoping to grow in the stargrass and lilae'. :).
    My journal....Swimming in South Africa:
    http://http://www.aquaticcommunity.c...d.php?t=117848

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    Tank at 2014-5-31.jpg

    Well, things underwent a few changes to make space for two new Rotala's. Indica and Macrandra.

    I quite like the more open feel with the additional "red" plants. I already dose iron and have a high light system so they should do just fine.
    My journal....Swimming in South Africa:
    http://http://www.aquaticcommunity.c...d.php?t=117848

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    That is beautiful! Love the addition of the red and some negative space. I was doing some research and it seems that for red plants to stay good and red usually requires some CO2 to balance out the high light. I'm excited to see how this develops. It's changed so much!
    2.5g Freshwater
    Anubias, crypt., Java fern
    Giger, blue male crown tail betta

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    I have a DIY CO2 system which is capable of making the plants pearl when the mix is very fresh.

    The Indica has grown almost 5cm in the past week. The macandra has grown 1-1, 5cm.

    There will likely be some changes as the new plants fill out. I doubt I will keep them this close to the front of the tank.

    The left side of the tank is just a wall of Rotalas. Wallichi, Rontundifolia and Macandra.

    Right side and slightly to the left of the middle have the Indica.

    Will post a shot of the left side soon.
    My journal....Swimming in South Africa:
    http://http://www.aquaticcommunity.c...d.php?t=117848

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    Here's a picture of the only other view of the tank.

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    My journal....Swimming in South Africa:
    http://http://www.aquaticcommunity.c...d.php?t=117848

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