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Thread: 30 Gallon!

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    That's an Anubia. Don't plant it in the substrate or the rhizome will rot (the core shouldn't be covered). They are best tied to driftwood or a rock where they will root to it.

    If your driftwood won't sink try boiling it for a few hours in a pan of water, then soak it in a bucket weighted down under a rock. Or just put it under your rock pile for a few weeks. It just needs to become waterlogged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~firefly~
    That's an Anubia. Don't plant it in the substrate or the rhizome will rot (the core shouldn't be covered). They are best tied to driftwood or a rock where they will root to it.
    Really? I've had it in the 10 gallon for about 2-3 months then moved it to the 30 gallon and it's doing great! I moved it a few weeks back and the roots look great on it.

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    Really. I thought that too but six months in it may rot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~firefly~
    Really. I thought that too but six months in it may rot.
    dont want that to happen.... I'll see if I cant find something to let it sit on.

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    Well I had two deaths... I dont know why either.. The water is testing fine and the other fish are swimming around and eating and looking healthy..

    It was my male guppy that I've had from the start and one of my new female guppies.. She was very small when I got her.. She died two days after my male did...

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    heres what the tank looks like now.



    it looked like this awhile back



    heres the newest pair to the tank. two white molleys. also added 4 ghost shrimp to help keep the bottom clean.


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    +1 to the above

    It looks a lot better, good job with the tank
    If you take your time to do the research FIRST, you can successfully set-up and keep ANY type of aquarium with ease.
    "Not using a quarantine tank is like playing Russian roulette. Nobody wins the game, some people just get to play longer than others." - Anthony Calfo
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    Wow, your amazon sword is huge! I've had mine six months and it's still so weedy!
    "Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known." Carl Sagan

    ~ 350 Litre Tank Journal ~ ~ 30 Litre Tank Journal ~

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    thanks! wish the other plants would grow bigger. i used some plant food but had to stop cause the one big one kept taking off and the others didnt.

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