Plant Thinning

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These are 3 of the 5 tanks I thinned the vegetation today.

I love plants, think they are very beneficial to the entire tank and fish in particular but these got so overgrown it was out of control.

Now I can see the fishes so much better.

Lots of filter cleaning too so i’ll Monitor ammonia for a few days.

Whoops.

I meant to do before and after photos but the order got mixed up.
 

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Your tanks are gorgeous! What’s that little carpeting plant? I can’t quite make it out.
 
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I think it is chain sword.

Not really sure.

It took off when I first planted it so I divided it and put it in a couple of other tanks.

Then went back to my “wetplants.com” receipt and figured out that’s what it is.

2 of the tanks I put it in were dirty tanks. It seems to leech out the nutrients pretty quickly. It’s kinda brown in the original tank.
 

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