Without Foundation - James Maslin

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JamesM said:
Thanks guys, and welcome back Paulo :)
Cheers mate, its been a while but I have been lurking about, life is getting settling down again and the winter is coming so I will be around more often ;)
 

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She's still going strong, even after a week or so of neglect... No major updates, but I thought I'd share these pics of a rampant blyxa stem and its flower opening above water :thumbup:

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Cool, thats the first open blyxa flower I've seen. Well done - T
 

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Thanks guys :)

Yes Viktor, the council's finest tap water.. no idea of water parameters, but I think my water is quite hard.

Paulo, the blyxa was seriously attacked (trimmed) after those shots, but next trim I'll keep some for you bud :thumbup:
 

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SuperColey1 said:
I actually think it looks good and works :) And I'm not joking.

AC

I have in fact used just such materials in tanks with dwarf cichlids. Also employed the use of orchid pots in much the same way for Kuhlii loaches. Java Fern and moss readily attach to these materials. I love it! :thumbup:
 
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