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Beginnings of a new planted.....

I've moved the angels and such back to the 4ft, i wanted to do another fully planted and this tank has the lighting for it.
It will progress as more plants are added.


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Re: Beginnings of a new planted.....

Yes, right down to something else. Perhaps Cryptos. Do you have an experience, whether Crypto tolerated with amazon sword?

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Yes, right down to something else. Perhaps Cryptos. Do you have an experience, whether Crypto tolerated with amazon sword?
There are crypts in there, there is also swords in there

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Re: Beginnings of a new planted.....

I like the choice of fish.the plants and wood look good.
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Re: Beginnings of a new planted.....

Very Nice, good job........

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Re: Beginnings of a new planted.....

in the very top right corner there is a big white fish,what fish is it?i am thinking that it might be one of those HUGE bettas you can occasionally find for sale online or a gourami such as a kissing gourami.it looks like it could be either one.would you please enlighten me and tell me what it is?

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in the very top right corner there is a big white fish,what fish is it?i am thinking that it might be one of those HUGE bettas you can occasionally find for sale online or a gourami such as a kissing gourami.it looks like it could be either one.would you please enlighten me and tell me what it is?
It is a platinum gourami

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Re: Beginnings of a new planted.....

hmm im surprised that i didn't think of a platinum gourami before.i am getting rusty on my fish species.

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Re: Beginnings of a new planted.....

again, very very nice! DO you know the gallon equivelants of your tanks or just the dimensions, i'm always curious about that.

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I know the capacity of the tanks....just we work in feet here, tis habit
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Re: Beginnings of a new planted.....

ah ok i wasnt sure since I knew you had em custom built. So gallon wise what's the biggest?

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180gal is the biggest i have
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