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post #51 of 313 Old 11-16-2013, 08:16 PM Thread Starter
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they seem to be the MTS but as stated they are very small so who knows hahaha. Still only count 10 atm.
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post #54 of 313 Old 11-17-2013, 08:47 PM Thread Starter
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thnx Boredomb I will try. I just realized I never added the new pics. Sorry. Will do so now.
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post #55 of 313 Old 11-17-2013, 08:55 PM Thread Starter
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Updated tank.



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post #56 of 313 Old 11-20-2013, 04:39 AM
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looking good
i planted the hornwort in my tank,and last week cleaned out a toni of
duckweed..amazing how quick it grows.

when you set up a new tank,hide an extra
sponge or two behind some decor,that way you have
something seeded for you next filter.
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So it can be planted willow ?
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Ohh didn't mention this before as I should have. Since hornwort likes light (and this goes for any stem plant.) you should plant each stem separately leaving an inch or so between them. That way the light can get all the way down to the bottom leaves. What happens if you plant them in bunches and you don't have bright enough lights is the lower leaves fall off leaving a bare stem while the top leaves stay green.

Since you already have them planted you can just see how it goes. If this starts to happen just give them some space between each stem. Sorry for not mentioning this before!!
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sorry Boredomb I think we have discussed this earlier They are floating now and Im getting used to the look, so I will keep them floating.

9 Neon Tetra's
6 Julii Cory Catfish
? Guppies ( ? males, ? females )
8 Cherry Barbs
14+ RCS
10 Tetra Glow Lites
? baby guppies
5 Marble Hatchetfish
6 Tiger Barbs
8 Assassin Snails
7 Green Barbs
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Just done a high ph test and it seems very high to me at a 8.4. Should I be concerned ? If so how do I lower it ? (tested with API master kit)

9 Neon Tetra's
6 Julii Cory Catfish
? Guppies ( ? males, ? females )
8 Cherry Barbs
14+ RCS
10 Tetra Glow Lites
? baby guppies
5 Marble Hatchetfish
6 Tiger Barbs
8 Assassin Snails
7 Green Barbs
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