Super cute lovee all the snails, thanks for sharing!
I really like all the tall plants in the back, what are they?This is my 45g community tank. Still working on it!
I'm obsessed with this, do you happen to remember what kind of rocks those are?
Bravo! Nice vids Your dwarf sag is amazing, do you grow it in sand? Root tabs? And I noticed your Bolivian rams and keyhole cichildsHere's my old 20 long. I now have a 55 gallon in the second video.
Wow great job on these! Do you remember what kind of plants are in the first video, the ones with the tall stem and little circular leaves toward the back of the tank?Here's my old 20 long. I now have a 55 gallon in the second video.
No once you boil it it stays down. I boil it to get some of the tanins out. And thank you I just re scaped it last weekend. It is the wood that is light and dark wood.
It was just sand with DIY Osmocote plus root tabs. Sporadic fert dosing and high light that was on way too long. I have no idea how I was successful with that tank.
Thanks. If your talking about the tall stems in the center area it was a mix of Bacopa Moneywort and Bacopa Carlina if I remember right. The stems in the back right was a Hygrophila of some sort.Wow great job on these! Do you remember what kind of plants are in the first video, the ones with the tall stem and little circular leaves toward the back of the tank?
Lol just messin around. It’s just that tank is a mess and way over grown .Aquascaping is landscaping just under water.
Wow amazing tanks... One question... How did you get your SAE in the 90 and 125 to pose in the same exact way for the photo shoot
I'm about to set up my 20 gallon long and want to do a naturalistic aquascape with driftwood, plants, maybe rocks? I can't figure out exactly what I want to go for so I need some inspiration!