I hope so! There is plenty of room behind that wood. At an estimate, around 18-20 centimeters to the back glass. I hope to actually have to remove plants at some point.Looks great. Watch that ulvaceus! they get bloody massive and the leaves will take over the tank if you let it.
Ah don't worry it'll fill that in no time at all lol, it'll then proceed to fill the top of the tank. It used to fill the top of a three foot tank in a few weeks if I let it. It's a beautiful plant by can get to monster sizes quickly.I hope so! There is plenty of room behind that wood. At an estimate, around 18-20 centimeters to the back glass. I hope to actually have to remove plants at some point.
C. wendtii "Tropica" if memory serves. These plants have been with me for years, and are MASSIVE. I really don't feel they fit too well at that spot, but I have a hard time removing them since the only place that has room is the compost. Besides, the fishies like them.Looking really nice. I like the red/bronze crypt in the middle, which species is it?
Peacock Gudgeon are really cool. Nice work. T
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