My New 29 Gal With Maple Leaf Rocks :)

Discussion in 'Freshwater Aquarium Builds' started by Piaelliott, Feb 9, 2018.

  1. PiaelliottWell Known MemberMember

    I just finished the initial setup of my 29 gal tank.
    There'll be probably a few changes - I am also open to suggestions.

    @Dawn Michele @Platylover
    You wanted to see the maple leaf rocks 'in action'.
    Unfortunately, I only fit 3 in there, they are huge which I didn't expect. Thanks again Dawn for the beautiful rocks!!!
    I have to see how the swords grow and then probably move them around or add more :)

    Current Freshwater LED Plus (highest setting in pic)
    Eheim Jaeger Trutemp 150 w
    Aqueon Quiet Flow 30 (which sounds like a waterfall, inside the filter and out). My other Aqueon 20 is very quiet.
    Quikcrete medium sand from Home Depot IMG_20180209_171321-1.jpg

    Red Melon Sword
    Rubin Sword
    Cardinal Plant
    Hydrocortyle sp. Japan
    Hygrophila compacta
    Dwarf sagitaria
    Half dead Marsilea crenata

    And a few plants from my other aquariums: Anubias Nana, guppy grass, rotala rotundifolia, and unknown plants.

    Inhabitants: none yet
  2. Lynn78tooWell Known MemberMember

    I love melon swords, they're one of my favorites. It looks like you got a nice one!

    Great layout and gorgeous plants.
  3. jmaldoWell Known MemberMember

    Very Nice, I like the layout and use of the branches, looking to do something similar. Grow Grow Grow. Good Luck
  4. Dawn MicheleWell Known MemberMember

    Your tank looks GREAT!!! LOVE IT!!! IM so sorry about the size of the rock's & that you were only able to use 3 of them.
  5. KingDFishlore VIPMember

    Wow that tank looks awesome!
  6. Jocelyn AdelmanFishlore VIPMember

    Love this! (Also love the half dead crenata comment lol)
  7. SLerouxValued MemberMember

    Your tank is beautiful! I wish I could get mine like that!

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