Black Water For Purely Aesthetic Purposes?

A201

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No downside. Tannins don't put much of a dent in hard water with an elevated PH.
 
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For those of you curious about how my tank is looking:

The large piece of driftwood is almost ready to fully sink; when it does I will be shifting it to the left behind the piece of red rock.
 

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I think most black waters are for aesthetic purposes. They are the new hotness in tank decor.
Or "The drift wood is new and I'm waiting for the tannins to go away" might be the most popular black water?
 

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CHJ said:
I think most black waters are for aesthetic purposes. They are the new hotness in tank decor.
Or "The drift wood is new and I'm waiting for the tannins to go away" might be the most popular black water?
It's good for the fish. Has antibacterial and fungal purposes.
 
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