Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish and Tank Photos' started by rae64, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. rae64Well Known MemberMember

    So, my plants came today, and here is the result!! This is my 10 gallon for Micah (a MM betta... pic enclosed! photo credit to her) and my 29 gallon community. I also included some pics of the community tank inhabitants... well, a few of them at least.

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    Last edited: Mar 24, 2010
  2. rae64Well Known MemberMember

    sorry some of the pics are sideways.... lol

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  3. Chris123Well Known MemberMember

    Great Job Rae!

    I love the whole planted look


  4. rae64Well Known MemberMember

    Thanks! Can't wait until everything grows in :)

  5. harpua2002Fishlore VIPMember

    Wow, those tanks look great! How do you like the new plants? :)
  6. lorabellWell Known MemberMember

  7. rae64Well Known MemberMember

    I LOVE the new plants harpua!! They look fabulous :) The anubias nana did look really good, you were right! One of the bags leaked a little, but no major damage was done.

    Thanks lorabell :)
  8. harpua2002Fishlore VIPMember

    Thanks for the feedback, I will start double bagging in the future. It was my first time using these bags we just got. Everything in your pics looked like it made the trip well, so I'm happy about that. :)

    I use the water sprite as a floating plant. A lot of people are successful planting it in the substrate, but it's never worked for me. LOL. If you have any trouble with it planted (which you probably won't), try floating it.
  9. rae64Well Known MemberMember

    Oh on lol thanks :) I wasn't quite sure what to do with it so i planted it... Lol
  10. acea091489Valued MemberMember

    The tank looks great. Fish look nice and healthy too.
  11. s2datValued MemberMember

    Your tank is really starting to stand out, nice job. Just a question, what type of of pleco is that? I couldnt find the information in your profile
  12. FishVixenValued MemberMember

    WOW tank looks great. I received my leaking plants today also. LOL no big deal the box was just alittle wet. She does have nice plants and now so do you.
  13. ButterflyModeratorModerator Member

    It's a bristlenose :)
  14. AquaristFishlore LegendMember

    Beautiful! :;perfect

  15. rae64Well Known MemberMember

    Thanks everyone!!! Yes, he is a BN, but his bristles are not in yet. I think he may be a starlight or snowflake BN because of the white edging on his fins (hard to see in the pic, but obvious in person) Any imput on this would be much appreciated :)

    Harpua, I was thinking about how you packed the plants, and I think the plant bags were leaking from the open end where they were tied. I didn't find any punctures on the bags, and they still held water. Perhaps tie knots in them next time? Just a thought :)
  16. harpua2002Fishlore VIPMember

    Wow, that is really strange! I've bagged stuff that way for years, lol. But I'm still sort of new to shipping so again, I really appreciate the feedback! I'll figure out a better solution before I send out any more plants.
  17. ButterflyModeratorModerator Member

    I thought starloght Bns had white spots on the body :;dk
    When I mail plants I wrap them in wet paper towels and then put them in a zip lock bag inside another ziplock bag. Not had any leaks yet :)
  18. harpua2002Fishlore VIPMember

    That's how I was doing it, but I got fish bags ordered as the Ziplocs are going to get very expensive quick, lol. ;D
  19. rae64Well Known MemberMember

    The pleco's spots are not very noticeable in the pic, but they are obvious in person. They are not white, but are pretty pronounced. I was thinking along the lines of a snowflake, he looks like the google images pictures. Maybe he is just a normal one, but he does not really look like the pictures I pull up.
  20. ashBO4yuhNew MemberMember

    I love your plants! I was wondering if you could tell me what sort of plant that is in the first batch of pictures, the big, spindly one on the right hand side? I love it!

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