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post #51 of 267 Old 04-05-2013, 10:47 PM
ahhh so gorgeous!
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post #52 of 267 Old 04-05-2013, 11:32 PM
Ahh, rimless tanks are beautiful. Looking forward to seeing it filled.
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it's scaped, but wont be filled for a while
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Derailing my own thread XD but oh well...

Tank is an "aqua pro" you can get ot from ADG for about $50.
This one's 10"... the 12" one is also available~ same price, but I prefer smaller tanks.

using DSM....probably wont fill it for a month or two. I actually love emmerse setups XD.


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post #55 of 267 Old 04-06-2013, 08:35 PM Thread Starter
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Back on track.
Jar is getting really over grown with the random moss clippings I've been tossing in there....
I think the shrimps like it though.
I have yet to do a water change... how long has it been?


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Love the jar. . . love the tank, too! These things make me feel all happy and swoonish inside :) Keep posting, please! Your pictures are zen!
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Love the jar. . . love the tank, too! These things make me feel all happy and swoonish inside :) Keep posting, please! Your pictures are zen!
Yah, and my little jug gets, "is that, like, swamp slime?", at home. Of course if you really look at the surface of the lake around here.... it is actually the same thing.

I'm going to change to jars so they can see everything going on inside like yours.

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The shotgun approach to a planted tank with an LED fixture

Small scale nitrogen cycle with a jar, water and fish food; no substrate, filter etc
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Yah, and my little jug gets, "is that, like, swamp slime?", at home. Of course if you really look at the surface of the lake around here.... it is actually the same thing.

I'm going to change to jars so they can see everything going on inside like yours.

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You mean those proteins films? My pond snails takes good care of my surfaces XD
they keep it polished and shiny!
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You mean those proteins films? My pond snails takes good care of my surfaces XD
they keep it polished and shiny!
Nope, the surface is clear, no film what so ever, the water under the duckweed is clear. It's just that the mass of duckweed does resemble the surface of the lake next door once it gets covered in green... which doesn't get slimey either. Apparently green covered water = nasty water.

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oh! lol that's healthy film :3

I took down a tank today @_@ plant shipping day tomorrow....
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