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55 gallon planted Discus tank2241 views2 comments
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Rooting anubias135 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.
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rooting anubias nana118 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.
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Side View of Planted Ten146 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.
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Anubias Coffeefolia221 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 comments
Frog planter185 viewsOne of my favorite indoor planters I've had for years. Low lighting, frequent watering, these Bamboo plants are gorgeous :)
The tank :)711 viewsThis is our budding 80g you can see the Angelfish there on the side and a few others..We like it lots :) Thats an onion plant there in the middle..and 2 apono plants as well all others are plastic :) lol1 comments
10 Gal. No Tech Endler Tank454 viewsAdded more plants and fish since Tom Barrs Chat. I seem to have the algae under control! Thanks Tom!!
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Anubias98 viewsHere's some more of the anubias about a month after it was planted.
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Aponogeton167 viewsThis was sprouted from a package of "Live Aquarium Plants", which is advertised as "Easy to Grow" and is Sold by a company called "Sea-Life, Inc.". Mine were distributed by Wal Mart. I have about a 50% success rate with these, with two different types sprouting. Both types get about the same height and spread. The formation of the leaves is somewhat different.
Front View with Corny Sign188 viewsI couldn't resist adding the corny "No Fishing" sign. This photo was taken about a month after planting. You can see the crypts taking on a more reddish hue and elongated leaves, as opposed to the oval green leaves they had when initially planted.
Frontal View204 viewsA second frontal view of the ten gallon planted.1 comments
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