My nano (first pic post)

Discussion in 'Planted Tank Gallery' started by nilo, 8 Feb 2008.

  1. nilo

    nilo Member

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    Here is a pic of my 6 gallon nano, its doing great at the moment , it has just neons and cherry shrimps with loads of javav moss. i love it

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  2. nilo

    nilo Member

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    oh dear ....its a bit blurry!! but you get the idea, im going to upload a pic of my main planted tank later.
     
  3. Dan Crawford

    Dan Crawford Founder Staff Member

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    That looks great, if it were mine then alls that i would change is move the hydrocotyle into the far right corner and leave the sand open if you you don't have sufficient lighting for a carpet. I love it, well done.
     
  4. ulster exile

    ulster exile Member

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    We have the same tank - good to see one of us making it look nice ;)

    PS Do you have any problems with condensation/water runnign down the back of yours?
     
  5. nilo

    nilo Member

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    to be honest i havnt checked ( you have me wondering now...hmmm) i will have a look later, i havnt noticed a wet carpet though.

    :?
     
  6. nilo

    nilo Member

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    cheers for the advice dan, i find that the hydrocotyle is very stringy round the back though, will it die of if i move it?
     
  7. TDI-line

    TDI-line Member

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    Cool scape.

    Is that windelov at the back?
     
  8. nilo

    nilo Member

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    Indeed it is, along with baby's tears..
     

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