Splash tetra paludarium

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Looks a bit less crap now...

Gave the filter a clean, remarkably the sponges were almost spot less
However I did then remember I took out almost all the media during last water change 6 months ago to start another filter... grand total of 6 pieces of alfa grog running this tank. I guess this just shows how effective the umbrella plant is at sucking up nitrates.


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Hi all, The Cyperus is good, but your /www.ukaps.org/forum/threads/splash-tetra-paludarium.40062/page-4#post-554791']Platycerium bifurcatum is fantastic[/URL]"> the growth rate is unreal, I've got fern envy. I'm going to cc. in @foxfish so he can tell us how his is doing in the URL]?">

cheers Darrel
I dont remember it every being that small , thanks for linking it.

I just noticed this weekend it is is also reproducing... little baby stag horn

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