Updated pics of my 20L planted

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish and Tank Photos' started by Broq15, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. B

    Broq15 New Member Member

    Wish I had cardinals, but I'll settle for these neon tetras. I wish you all could see my pandas and pygmy corys; they're hard to take photos of. Plus, pygmys are tiny.

    Any advice on dwarf lilys?
    I've read conflicting info about the amount of light these plants need. I've seen low and bright. How strange is that?

    The photo of the tank in the distance is the view from my bed. :)

    Enjoy.
     

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    Last edited: Mar 26, 2010
  2. Nutter

    Nutter Fishlore VIP Member

    Your tank looks great.

    Dwarf lilies do best under mid-high intensity lighting with fertiliser supplementation. Root tabs work well for these plants. They will survive at lower lighting intensity but tend to lose thier colours & grow much slower.
     
  3. s

    simplestoryvile Valued Member Member

    great tank!
     




  4. btate617

    btate617 Well Known Member Member

    Your tank is looking good.


    Brian
     
  5. bolivianbaby

    bolivianbaby Fishlore Legend Member

  6. a

    acea091489 Valued Member Member

    Beautiful tank.
     
  7. treve

    treve Valued Member Member

    Nice job it looks great :)
     
  8. bubblynutter

    bubblynutter Well Known Member Member

    awesome tank! You just 'told' me I need more slate... ;)
     
  9. peacemaker92

    peacemaker92 Well Known Member Member

    Beautiful aquascaping! :;perfect I love that centerpiece, is it a driftwood?
     
  10. OP
    OP
    B

    Broq15 New Member Member

    Thanks everyone.
    I saw today that I have 3 brand new guppy babies. How strange because I had to "put out" one of my danios today as well. He's been suffering for the past 1.5 weeks.
     
  11. OP
    OP
    B

    Broq15 New Member Member

    Yeah it's malaysian driftwood. It was a great find.
     
  12. peacemaker92

    peacemaker92 Well Known Member Member

    Yeah. Looks great! Nice find :) If it's malaysian driftwood, then I should have no problem finding one myself :whistling:
     




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