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15ml 'tank'

mr. luke

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i was messing around and just thought id post up these 2 pictures :p
i can understand if no one really cares though :D
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Its name is 'pico tank'. Smaller than a Nano by a long way. There is someone else on here that has done a few of these. Can't remember who but there is a pic on the FoF thread somewhere.

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thanks, these darn bubbles keep forming on everything so i cant get a clear picture :'(
ive herd so many terms going around for small tanks i just give up with names :)
 

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my 'planting' was willow moss chopped up tainy then sloped lol, i might try hc as a stem plant in a slightly bigger one :p
this one was the lid from toothpicks :D
 

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well its been going for about 4 days? give or take.
And i just tip it out and syringe more water back in :p and then add a drop of easy carbo type stuff
 

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Are you using tap water?

If not, would using another tank water or r.o. or distilled,not help with reduction of bubbles?
 

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ahh, good idea with the tank water :D
it shouldnt cause any buubling then :D
ill do it now and take another picture :p
 

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i dont know? i used tap water to provide nutrients :p
well i did another full change with tank water and no bubbles :D
also added a tiny little apple snail (not a common one, one on plants from malta :D ) that grow to no more than 5mm accross
 

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