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Princess in shade149 viewsMay 23, 2005
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A shot of Princess162 viewsMay 23, 2005
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Anubias Coffeefolia207 viewsThis looks remarkably similar to the regular anubias nana. It does have the most impressive root structure of all the plants I received, and if I had to bet which plant was going to be the most successful in the tank, I'd bank on this one.2 commentsMay 22, 2005
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More anubias nana143 viewsHere' s some more anubias nana. I really do hope it does well.May 22, 2005
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Crypt Wendtii Red154 viewsThis is the "crypt forest" I've set up with crypt wendtii red. I'm hoping to minimize the dreaded "melting disease" with these, as it looks like a nice place for a fish to play.May 22, 2005
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Side View of Planted Ten139 viewsThis is the side view of the tank- the frontal view did not turn out properly, and had to be scrapped. I'm hoping the plants will root well, with no rotting and little drama.May 22, 2005
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anubias nana with flash106 viewsThis is the first picture of the series I took, before I realized I needed to turn the flash off. Ah, the learning curve.May 22, 2005
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rooting anubias nana111 viewsThis is a different plant in the same tank. I'm still learning how to take the photos and edit them- next time I'll remember to leave the date block option off, as this one is directly over the rooting I was attempting to capture.May 22, 2005
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Rooting anubias128 viewsThis is how I have originally placed my anubias nana in the sand. The green "runner" portion of the plant is exposed, while the white "root" parts are buried.May 22, 2005
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Java Moss147 viewsThis is my first attempt at attaching java moss to a resin rock. It is tied on twice with fishing line.May 22, 2005
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anubias nana145 viewsThis is my first attempt at attaching anubias nana to a resin rock. It's tied on twice with fishing line.May 22, 2005
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Birdnest Coral220 viewsMay 22, 2005
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