Goodygumdrops said:This tank is absolutely beautiful,for me,one of the nicest I have seen.Don't know if it's the discus or what,but just the overall effect is stunning,I bet you could sit and watch it for hours,visitors must be well impressed!!
Jur4ik said:I have a planted Discus tank too and I would like to know your fert-dosing and maintenance regime.
john starkey said:Hi tony,I must say you are a fast learner this is going from strength to strength,the discus look in superb health,take a look at Plymouth discus for their discus food variety,
rawr said:Hey Tony, nice to meet you the other day! I have to say, I've always liked this tank from the day you posted it, it's got an instant likeness to it. As John said, it's going from strength to strength so keep up the good work and keep us posted!
Dan Crawford said:Hi Tony, your tank is looking sweet and those discus look like happy big bad boys! I'm still amazed by the "behind the scenes" area, that must have taken some serious thinking about, mind blowing
saintly said:the right side is wicked tony, maybe just removing the stone would help improve the left hand side?.....even your quick snaps are brilliant damn you man
rawr said:A Discus Iwagumi? That's a new one...
|Waterbox 110.4 Marine X discus build||Journals||0|
|Project I - 3 Gallon Nano Tank - Low Tech||Journals||9|
|D||US 55 gallon tank build||Journals||1|
|Project II - 5 Gallon Low Tech Cube Tank||Journals||22|
|First tank - 100 Litre - High tech||Journals||15|
|E||10 year 60cm tank... did some maintenance||Journals||6|