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  1. lljdma06

    Pearls of the Antilles

    Thanks, Mark. Coming from you,that means a lot. Well, I think a SW tank can also look nice. That being said, my other SW tanks are "OMG, there are corals everywhere" tanks, so I did the hardscape for coral placement rather than for looks, but for this tank, I considered the hardscape...
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    Pearls of the Antilles

    @George Farmer - let me know if you have any questions. Mine is taking longer to establish, but I don't need the breakneck pace. Barr used CO2 injection in his rimless grass tank, if you ever followed it. I, on the other hand, chose to make it more of a reef & went in a different direction. My...
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    Pearls of the Antilles

    Hello George. :D So when is this seahorse tank of yours going up? We must chat. L
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    Pearls of the Antilles

    Oh, thank you. I enjoy the look as well. It's not everybody's cup of tea though, which is part of the reason why I decided to go Marine with this tank. Corner tanks aren't very popular as planted tanks. L
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    Pearls of the Antilles

    Unfortunately, it's not a complete journal, I stopped updating it here as I was very busy at the time. viewtopic.php?f=35&t=6837 I can dig up some fts later that'll do it more justice. EDIT: found pictures. These are from March 2010. The planted scape at its height, IMO. L
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    Pearls of the Antilles

    Haha, that is the project for the Easter Weekend. They are desperate to be fragged. I've gotten money and frags for my macro algae. I pull some very good chaetomorpha. Grows like a weed in my refugiums. :lol: I've got 3 other SW display tanks and one quarantine. All three of the zoas you...
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    Marine ???

    What grass are you using, George? Back on topic, yes, you can do a macro algae tank and yes, tanks that have dense macro growth don't require the LR that say a typical reef does. I still have some. The "easier" seagrasses tend to be Halodule and Halophila. Most require a deeper sand bed, but...
  8. lljdma06

    Pearls of the Antilles

    Thanks everybody. It's fun to do something off the beaten path. :) EDIT: Will somebody tell Themuleous that I got pictures of zoas for him! Lololol He fancies me zoas. :P
  9. lljdma06

    Pearls of the Antilles

    Hi, it's been about 100 years or so since I've posted here... I thought I'd share with you what I've been up to. I still sing and I still do planted tanks, though I've ventured into SW now as well. Way too many pictures, sorry. :) Well, this old tank... Has now become this tank... Well...
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Hydrocotyle verticillata (I think). Grows in my back yard and can be adapted for aquatic use. It is a rhizome-type stemplant, kind of like marsilea in its growth habits. The lighting is that crappy PC lighting you and I have discussed. It has a nice color temp, though, nice on the eyes. It...
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    lljdma06's .77wpg, no-CO2, 36g journal. The Crypt Keeper

    Re: lljdma06's .77wpg, no-CO2, 36g journal. The Crypt Keepe You may ask all the "cheeky" questions you want. :lol: It is the bogwood tannins. When you only change the water once every 2 months, they accumulate... Imagine the color if I waited as long as you do for waterchanges! You...
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    lljdma06's .77wpg, no-CO2, 36g journal. The Crypt Keeper

    Almost a year is long enough for an update, right? Some updated shots from this scape. Pictures are from May, before I left for Italy. Tank looks the same. After all, it is a low-light tank. A little dirty. Thanks for looking.
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! Photo update, August 20th Been a million years. SuperColey1 and I were talking and I thought I'd post the final scape pictures. I went on a trip to Italy in May (Studied voice) and actually had dismantled the tank in March. Didn't exactly come out the way I...
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! 8/20 photo update Thank you. New pictures. Thanks for looking. :)
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    Matts 60L Jungle Edge (update 27/09/09)

    Re: Matts 60L That is a very low HC carpet. Great job! I bet that took forever to initially plant. I like the use of crypts and their play on the wood as well. Manzanita, correct? llj :)
  16. lljdma06

    8l nano. little project

    I like this very much. Sometimes you don't need a lot of plants to make a scape work. :thumbup:
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! August 16th, better photos. Thanks, Gill. I like these pictures better. The camera was working better, I think. For me, what's so cool about the Dutch scape is that there are so many little details. Different photography angles really reveal...
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! August 16th, better photos Hi, To finish the layout, I ordered some plants and they were supposed to be shipped using next day supersaver air. The plants were shipped on the 11th, and were supposed to arrive no later than the evening of the 12th. They...
  19. lljdma06

    The Rock Fortress - Iwagumi - Plants are in! (Sort of)

    That's okay, it'll fill in. Good job on separating the glosso and I really like the new light. :thumbup:
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    saintly's"henge the revenge the 3rd and final installment"

    What?! Where is coming from? What does a difference in opinion have to do with status at UKAPS? We have a difference in opinion, and that is completely and totally fine. It has no bearing on anything. It is just a difference in opinion. Who wrote the post has nothing to do with it. Your...
  21. lljdma06

    Cambodia Blackwater Pool Biotope

    What?! :jawdrop This is awesome! This philosophy sounds very similar to someone else's philosophy. I wonder who? :wink: The marriage between the two is what I ultimately go for, for both high-tech and low-tech systems. That is why fish choice is so incredibly important for me and you...
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! The moss came, made the wall :) Thanks! I just wanted to make sure I was thorough this time. Usually, I setup everything and then post pictures of the finished product and then I promptly forget what I had done. :lol: My low-light scapes tended to cater...
  23. lljdma06

    saintly's"henge the revenge the 3rd and final installment"

    I think you are reading way too much into what was a very general comment, Mark, but that's okay. I'm sorry if I offended you. I think the tank looked great. All your tanks do. You should be very proud of what you do and very happy with the results. I most certainly would be. :thumbup: llj
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    saintly's"henge the revenge the 3rd and final installment"

    That may be the case, but a healthy, poorly designed scape, IMO, will always trump a well-designed, but unhealthy one. I still think you're too hard on yourself. Looking forward to the new scape. The hardscape in that photo is beautiful. I almost like it as is, without plants. :lol:
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! The moss came, made the wall :) Thanks George. That means a lot coming from you. It was either a moss wall or cork bark for a traditional Dutch scape. I think the moss was a smarter choice. It increases my plant mass and doesn't take up as much space as cork...
  26. lljdma06

    Nano Tropica Aquacube 20x20x20cm [Now planted!]

    :lol: I like that. Let me tell you, sometimes you feel like you're going to die after scaping. Beautiful little tank. I'm not a huge fan of gluing plants, but so many do it that I'm sure it isn't harmful. llj
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    saintly's"henge the revenge the 3rd and final installment"

    Is that a black background I see there? I likey. Really brings out the gold tetras. It's looking very good. :) llj
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! The moss came! Before I begin, let me show a photo of the diffuser in action, though this photo was taken when the CO2 first entered, so there aren't as many bubbles. Now, I'm pretty impressed. There are tiny bubbles everywhere and they are moving in a sort of...
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! Initial Planting! Photo heavy! Just added the drop checker. I'll admit, it was a bit tricky getting the water into the ball, but I managed. I also made my own 4dkh. I cannot vouch for its incredible accuracy though. I did have to do some conversions. I'm...
  30. lljdma06

    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! A Surprise! It's setup! Well, I have a little something for you then at the end of this very long post. :) But first... The New Equipment As I said before, the new equipment arrived, yesterday, and today I had the opportunity to take it all out of their...
  31. lljdma06

    Guess what's a weed in my garden!

    It bears the strongest resemblance to Echinodorus bleheri, but I'm not positive on the species. I got it at Petsmart. I've had it for quite some time in my 36g. It did alright there. I also have Ozelot sword and red melon in that tub. llj
  32. lljdma06

    Death by dropchecker!

    I hope my microrasboras will not be so stupid. Afterall, it was a characin. They're not the brightest stars in the sky. :lol: Well, we can always attach a bit of fine mesh to the drop checker. It'll allow air to go through, but will prevent fish stupidity. llj
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! Moss musings and Fish choices Eventually, since I have the jewelry scale, yes. Right now, with school on the way, I wanted to make sure I had enough TPN+ to see me through the first few months of the tank incase I was too busy to make my own. I also get to...
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! Equip. arrived & Plants ordered! Thank you for the thought. Actually, all of the moss will be hanging from the front, as I will be lying the moss on the rough side while I weave fishing line through the many holes. It's kind of like cross-stitching but not...
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! Moss musings and Fish choices Tomorrow will be time to Play :clap: Some packages came for me in the mail today. I received the following... From Aquatic Magic - 1 chameleon drop checker - 2 Rhinox 1000 Pollen diffusers - 3 gang valves - 3 sets of CO2 tubing...
  36. lljdma06

    CO2 MEASUREMENT USING A DROP CHECKER

    You know I'm joking right? Who would have a tank full of drop checkers? :lol:
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    Guess what's a weed in my garden!

    Hi everyone, I was mowing the lawn today and came across these little plants. I think it's either Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides or Hydrocotyle verticillata, but since I live in the SE United states and not SE Asia, I'm really inclined to believe it's H. verticillata. It is a native bog plant...
  38. lljdma06

    CO2 MEASUREMENT USING A DROP CHECKER

    I know this a little while ago, but very smart thinking. :thumbup: Good food for thought for those growing lawncovers. When I finally setup the Dutch, I'll heavily consider placing the drop checker near the HC to closely monitor whether the levels are adaquate down there. The only problem...
  39. lljdma06

    The Rock Fortress - Iwagumi - Plants are in! (Sort of)

    Re: Keith's First Iwagumi Okay, we're at page 3 already. How many times have you changed your stones? :lol: The previous 12 times before you actually created your journal don't count either. I'm just playing with you. :thumbup: Seriously, I'm glad you like it. The bulb will look better...
  40. lljdma06

    Rise of the Mossoliths

    I think it looks great! I love moss. :clap:
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    The Rock Fortress - Iwagumi - Plants are in! (Sort of)

    Re: Keith's First Iwagumi Hi Keith, First, congratulations on a new setup. The look of the rocks are very nice. I am no expert in Iwagumi, but from what I've read, isn't there supposed to be one bigger rock and two or so smaller ones? And something about priests praying to buddha or...
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! More musings. More Moss Musings I was wavering whether or not to use thread for my moss wall venture. I decided against it. Incase the moss doesn't anchor to the wall, I want it to remain attached regardless. Thread degrades over time. So, I opted for a very...
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! The moss wall plan is up! Eh, I don't think I've got enough light to worry much about EI. Probably TPN+ is going to be enough for me. Especially with how I stock tanks. :P There's going to be like 30 fish in an 8g tank. I'm excited, I'm finding some really...
  44. lljdma06

    Sam's 4ft nightmare, I mean journal

    Do other people in you area have similar problems or is it just you? Sorry, if I am asking redundant questions. Believe me, I know full well that you know what you're doing with regard to dosing, CO2, light, etc. It's got to be something else. Something that we're not seeing. Just checking...
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! The moss wall plan is up! Thank you for your offer. I already purchased some and I have to sort out the shipping and the total price with the seller. :thumbup: llj
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    Sam's 4ft nightmare, I mean journal

    That's so weird that you have to use 100% RO now. It makes things so complicated. And I thought my own water really was bad, but compared with all that you have to do, all I do is pour some dechlorinator and I'm good. I hope it works out with the new HC llj
  47. lljdma06

    My Corner Tank - Venezia 190 - Jul 2007 to Jan 2012

    Re: My Corner Tank - Venezia 190 Hi, I thought I'd check up on how your Bolbitis is doing? You mentioned you had indirect current. Mine was swaying like nobody's business. It was a huge weed in my tank. Also, I do see you have a lot of moss. :) I should move to Scotland. :lol:
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    Sam's 4ft nightmare, I mean journal

    I'm inclined to agree. Either the water or the specific tank. That's why I want to know if things are growing well if he has multiple tanks. He's had trouble with HC before, which could imply the water.
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    Sam's 4ft nightmare, I mean journal

    Is this your only tank?
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    Sam's 4ft nightmare, I mean journal

    Geez, Sam. Nothing? It's not growing any better? Any pictures?
  51. lljdma06

    Dan's Festival Tank 09

    You daredevil, you. :twisted:
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! The moss wall plan is up! Hi a1matt! Thanks for the reply. It's good to know that weeping moss grows fast. I will watch for any messiness.
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    Dan's Little Mountain replacement

    C. habrosus would love that little tank or bumble bee gobies. Awesome setup. I like the low plant mass. My 10g has a low plant mass as well, because I have stretches of sand for the catfish. Great hardscape, looks like Western dessert. :thumbup:
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    Dan's Festival Tank 09

    That looks awefully precarious, there. :crazy: Don't breathe too hard when taking pictures, okay? You want to actually go to the FOF, right? llj PS: I like the setup.
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    Vito's first planted tank - Juwel Rio 125 (NEW PICS July 09)

    That is some serious blyxa. :thumbup: llj
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! The moss wall plan is up! :lol: I'm sorry, maybe I'm not being clear, and I apologize for that. It isn't you, it's me. :lol: The moss will not be growing through the tank divider to reach the water column, as is the case with the mesh method of moss wall...
  57. lljdma06

    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! The moss wall plan is up! :oops: Thanks . I don't need special treatment. You were treating me fine before. :thumbup: At about 50 words a minute, no, it doesn't take hours, but I thank you for your compliment all the same. Best class I ever took in high...
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! The moss wall plan is up! I'm not laughing. Why don't you show a little more maturity? If you don't have something nice to say, don't say anything at all. Now I'm self-conscious and have replaced the photo. It's obvious you've never been made fun of as a...
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! Loooong 1st post, sorry. :) Well, just for your viewing pleasure, Dave. :) Nope, definitely not a man. :lol: EDIT: Sorry Dave, some people couldn't handle the previous photo of me as a bodiced strumpet, so I have replaced it with a still from a recent...
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! The moss wall plan is up! Thanks for posting photos of completed walls, Londondragon. That you've had such success is encouraging for me. Other people have suggested weeping moss as well, so I think I'll be using it. I forgot about the eventual dissolving of...
  61. lljdma06

    Laputa - Tbro's Nano

    Good to know, T, as it was specifically f. fontanus that I was considering. I will avoid f. splachnobryoides. Thank you. Glad to know that you have more shrimps!
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! The Moss wall; planning Okay, not mowing the lawn today, it's too hot outside. I'll do it Monday, which means I can play with my tank more! Setting up the Moss wall: The Beginnings The moss wall is typical in Dutch layouts. It creates the natural-looking...
  63. lljdma06

    Far Cry 1G

    No, I know you've had it set up before. No, I've seen this exact setup. Very recently. Hmmmm, I wonder where. :lol: llj
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    Laputa - Tbro's Nano

    How is the fissidens doing? I want to use it in my Dutch scape, but with all the controversy a couple years back as to whether it was truely aquatic, I'm not certain. A while back I followed a huge thread at APC with experiments and everything, and based on the evidence from that thread, I'm...
  65. lljdma06

    320l Discus tank, becoming planted !

    This discus tank is gorgeous. I'd just take out the rock and put more Blyxa. Looks great. The right side is particularly impressive.
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    Bettas tank! =)

    Should be fine if you stick with java fern, anubias, crypts, and the other hardies of the planted world. Very cute tank.
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    saintly's"henge the revenge the 3rd and final installment"

    Re: saintly's MA potentialy low light IWAGUMI You are being a bit hard on yourself. I like it without a background too. I bet it looks pretty decent from the back. Any way we can get a back shot of the tank? llj
  68. lljdma06

    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    Re: lljdma06's New Nano Dutch! Loooong 1st post, sorry. :) Yeah, you are very funny and I new you would say this. :lol: But...You are wrong. You will be seeing an LLj tank. The Dutch style is simply that, a style. It is not a set scape. You can have many possibilities within that set...
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    lljdma06's 8g nano 2009! Final tank shots

    While I really enjoy my low-maintenance scapes, there are times when I like experimenting with multiple plant species and having a scape that is more involving. I have always been a huge fan of the Dutch style of aquascaping. It is so colorful and the idea of keeping many species appeals to...
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    Far Cry 1G

    Where have I seen this tank before? :P
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    Lincsflier Build

    Geez, when you say start a journal, you mean it don't you. :lol: An 8ft tank? Wow! Overachiever, making us 10g people look bad. :lol: That is a lot of ADA Amazonia. :jawdrop No wonder you waited so long to start the journal, you were saving the money for it first. :lol: I am...
  72. lljdma06

    George's Nano

    The breeding itself isn't difficult to accomplish. It's the fry raising. The fry are extremely tiny and they need to be fed very small foods and great care must be taken to maintain proper humidity levels and air temperature when the labarynth organ is developing. By comparison, the cherry...
  73. lljdma06

    Dan's low-light/maintenance 300

    Very pretty layout Dan. I like the wood arrangement a lot. It's always nice to see another Crypt keeper in the group. :lol: I love my 36g crypt/anubia tank. So easy to take care of. Looking forward to seeing the tank mature over the long term. llj
  74. lljdma06

    George's Nano

    This is maturing nicely, George and it is very pretty to look at. Sometimes simple is best for some scapes when you have multiple tanks. The crypts will be the place for some gourami love, as the croaking indicates courting behavior. They will breed readily under broad-leaved plants. Look...
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    saintly's"henge the revenge the 3rd and final installment"

    Re: saintly's MA potentialy low light IWAGUMI Oh, and don't forget the merits of red plants and this next one. :jawdrop I prefer the darker background. I know the light blue fading to white background is all popular now, and everything is supposed to be all crisp and fresh, but I don't...
  76. lljdma06

    'Worlds End'.Working the nano magic. 27/8/09

    Re: Edwards's latest 'Worlds End'. This is a lovely scape Graeme. I am very pleased to see another tank by you. :)
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    lljdma06's .77wpg, no-CO2, 36g journal. The Crypt Keeper

    Thanks, I appreciate that you like it. Yeah, I like it too. I like that I don't have to refill CO2, dose ferts, change 50% of the water, trim stems, the list goes on. I'm starting to see new growth and the leaves of some C. spiralis are almost at the the water line. :) I cannot wait...
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    lljdma06's .77wpg, no-CO2, 36g journal. The Crypt Keeper

    Some clearer pictures. There was some crypt melt, but not as bad as I expected and the aponogeton has a flower now. :) Thanks for looking. llj
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    the evolution of my tank! any advice or tips welcome!

    This is nothing! :lol: You can certainly add some more pygmy cories.
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    Steve's 60cm - "Old stump on the hill"

    Don't take this wrong. I really like the random-look that the plant placement has. It really looks like a stump that has many different species taking over it as time elapses. It is a very natural look. It survived the chopping quite well. :D
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    Silver Lining - Alex's 96l (Planted)

    Re: Alex's 96l low light Iwagumi I like this better as well. Very nice positioning. Low-tech is always nice. :)
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    saintly's "Autumn Blush"

    I knew you'd put the red back. You can't not have the red. Love the new fish choice. That will be awesome.
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    saintly's"henge the revenge the 3rd and final installment"

    Re: saintly's MA potentialy low light IWAGUMI Going there now.
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    saintly's"henge the revenge the 3rd and final installment"

    Re: saintly's MA potentialy low light IWAGUMI Chicken. :lol:
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    saintly's "Autumn Blush"

    Those are very good photographs. Extremely clear and sharp. You've probably answered this a dozen times, but what camera do you use? llj
  86. lljdma06

    Ger's 36" Clearseal

    Hey... :lol:
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    Well, here we go! - An introduction (Picture Heavy)

    Hmmmm. Where have I seen this tank before? Let me think! :lol: Where's that picture of the suspect plant! Stop dawdling and post it already. :lol:
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    Once upon a time at the riverbank - Final update

    Re: Once upon a time at the riverbank 125Ltr :D
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    My Nano Nano - 10L Dennerle

    A very beautiful tank. Looking forward to seeing the HC fill out. llj
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    sanzon iwagumi

    Very good hardscape arrangement. It looks very good from multiple angles. :) I also like the substrate transition.
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    Ger's 36" Clearseal

    I really like the arrangement of the rocks on the right side. Very natural. On the other hand, the standing rocks on the left look a bit precarious if you ask me. If you laid them down more flat, I think they'd match the right side and you have a very pretty rock arrangement that looks very...
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    saintly's "Autumn Blush"

    I think you're ready now, but it's up to you. llj
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    saintly's "Autumn Blush"

    I got it to work for my Dutch nano, but it's a mute point now since you removed the plant. It still looks good, just not the same. Now, don't take this the wrong way. You guys are probably going to jump on me for this. People were making great planted tanks before Amano and people will...
  94. lljdma06

    My Newly Planted Tank (4weeks old)

    Very pretty tank, and lush.
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    lljdma06's .77wpg, no-CO2, 36g journal. The Crypt Keeper

    Are you sure you want to join the dark side? :twisted: What's the wattage of the tubes? I'm not a UK person, too hard to convert to gallons at 11pm and I don't know your tank dimensions, and I'm too lazy to look. But I will ask this. Where are your tubes and are they well-spaced? :lol...
  96. lljdma06

    lljdma06's .77wpg, no-CO2, 36g journal. The Crypt Keeper

    No, I know about the categories, just some over at low-tech look more like journals to me, so I briefly questioned, but I'm fine here. Where in Miami, FL are you located? I am very curious, as I am also from Miami, FL. And thus with much humbleness begins MAPS (Miami Aquatic Plant...
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    lljdma06's .77wpg, no-CO2, 36g journal. The Crypt Keeper

    The water's cleared quite a bit, and I'll probably take some more pictures tonight. Want nice ones to post in a new, special place that I've been visiting. :wink: Question, should I ask to move this journal over to El Natural and Low-tech, or keep it here? llj
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    lljdma06's .77wpg, no-CO2, 36g journal. The Crypt Keeper

    I like the wild look too. SE Asia has similar conditions to the Amazon in some areas. It's the darn wood, leeching like you wouldn't believe. Should have boiled it first or at least soaked it. I was a dork and moved to fast. :roll: Hopefully, it won't get the slimys. :lol: Trying to...
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    lljdma06's .77wpg, no-CO2, 36g journal. The Crypt Keeper

    I'm not copying you, silly, silly boy. I actually had the lower-light first, if I remember correctly. I distinctly remember someone new to Planted tanks searching around for 2x 55W T5 PC lighting for I think their 29g or something like that, while I was doing my low-tech Dutch. :wink: Oh, and...
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