I think it was Arcuatabeeky said:What was the red ludwigia that you tried? L.mulllertii or L.repens "Rubin"?
no problem really, it's just hairnetted to cobbles, sometimes i just give it a trim and sometimes i re-net it depending how the mood takes meSteveUK said:Looking great Mark! Is the riccia much work to maintain?
Glad you like it mate, unfortunately it doesn't look quite as good at the moment as it's in the process of being run down while i find a home for the fish, once they have gone it's going to be a total rescape i think. 8)ukco2guy said:Hi,
Just spotted your tank on You tube and got to say what a great healthy looking tank!
Can i ask about your co2 and flow. How did you get your flow so good, are you using spray bars, power heads etc? Can you tell me more about the setup?
Thanks mate! hope you are well too. maybe you can come down and give me a hand when i rescape this one then we can have a poker rematch. Sam! you owe me a rematch tooGaruf said:It's great to have you back, Mark. No photo or video could really do the tank justice, it was beautiful with so many layers of texture and detail.
Hope you're well, I look forward to seeing you soon, poker re-match!
You are always welcome to stay whenever you fancy a mooch around London mateGaruf said:It'd be a pleasure. We'll sort something out closer to the day but I'm more than up for it. There's quiet the thriving scene developing in London with the LFKC and the places like the living waters bringing some of the most unusual plants around into the hobby.
Thanks Alastair, well you are still here so at least it never scared you off I'm getting excited now at the thought of a fresh startAlastair said:Looking forward to seeing this mate, this journal was one of the first I read through when I joined