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|50 cube (High Tech)|
|Posted 03-Nov-2009 14:18|
I've a high tech tank as well and I see we both "trim"
the same way! I just did mine after about three months
of just water changes and had to throw out 10 pounds of wisteria.
No one to give it to.
There are some awfully shaded areas along the driftwood.
Any problems with algae or poor growth in those areas?
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|Posted 03-Nov-2009 23:32|
The growth in the shade does decrease compared to the non shaded areas. Good thing is the left driftwood piece can move left and right, so growth isnt a problem.
|Posted 06-Nov-2009 13:15|
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OK I will ask the question before others do.
Why did you clear so much out of the left hand side? It looks ever so bare.
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|Posted 07-Nov-2009 02:27|
I cleared the left to make room for new plants
Today I received some more plants to add to the tank. Im getting a few more tomorrow *fingers crossed* But let it grow for a week or so, and it should look better.
So far in the front left scape i got...
Rotala mini type1 - 4 stems
Eriocaulon sp (Jeff) - 3 stems
Ludwigia sengelensis - 1 stem
Tonina maunus (Jeff) - 1 stem
Tonina maunus (Keith) - 4 bushy stems
Tonina lotus - 2 stems
Nesaea pedicellata (Jeff - Red) - 1 stem
Nesaea pedicellata (Keith - Green) - 1 stem
Lindernia sp. "India" - 1 stem
Staurogyne sp. "Purple" - 1 stem
Eriocaulon sp. cinereum - 1 stem
L.arcuata - 2 stems
L. brevipes - 2 stems
Proserpinaca palustris - 10 stems
Eriocaulon sp. "Red" - 1 stem
The rocks is a stay and matches well into the scape. Hope to get a few more Eriocaulon to complete the scape.
Anyways, here are some photos
Full Tank Shot
Rotala mini type1
Difference in Tonina maunus
Eriocaulon sp. "Red"
Eriocaulon sp. cinereum
Eriocaulon sp. Jeff
Tonina maunus (Keith)
Tonina maunus (Jeff)
Rotala mini type1
|Posted 10-Nov-2009 15:45|
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