Aquagredients: First Time

MartinManc

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Thanks to All Pond Solutions and Aquarium Gardens I have all I need to keep me busy over the weekend!
 

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MartinManc

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I’ve got a 80cm 140L from APS.
Plant wise I’ve got:
Eleocharis acicularis Mini
Limnobium laevigatum
Salvinia Auriculata
Pogostemon Erectus
Micranthemum Monte Carlo
Anubias Petite
Cryptocoryne wendtii 'Green'
Hydrocotyle tripartita 'Japan'
Vesicularia dubyana 'Christmas'
Microsorum pteropus Trident

I want a wild style but once I get all the plants in a suspect I’m going to want more.
It’s a shame I couldn’t stretch for some wood this time but I might add it before adding livestock when I can place another order.
 

Jayefc1

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Its an expensive hoddy thats for sure but you have some nice stone there to.be going on with
What light have you got and are you going co2

Cheers
Jay
 

MartinManc

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Hey,
I got the APS PLED-710 26W 7,500k. Fits nicely over the tank.
I wanted a low tech tank but I think i may end up with CO2 as I can get hold of it easily. It’s just the expense of setting it up that’s all.
Cheers,
Martin
 

MartinManc

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It’s still got to clear but I need to do a water change, I think.

Oh and don’t worry, my room has two doors
 

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