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post #41 of 91 Old 09-10-2006, 05:16 PM Thread Starter
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I'm saving those for some updated piccys. Just need to fing the time to snap a few new shots.

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post #42 of 91 Old 09-10-2006, 05:23 PM Thread Starter
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ok steve-o..here's my post:

being new to the the fish-keeping hobby, i dont know a whole lot about what i am doing, but i have to say that its refreshing to be a part of a community that obviously takes pride and great care in what they believe in. i love being able to look at everyone's tank and set a goal for my future tanks. i am awed by the intricacy and beauty of your tank. you obviously took your time and carefully thought out what exactly you wanted and where to place it. i like the quote that you have in your signature..."take pride in what you do, for it is a reflection of who you are"..and i think that you are doing a great job of demonstrating that quote in action. keep up the great work. ^^

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You are too kind. Thank you Briana. :D

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Awesome pics as always Steve.

Gorgeous fish :)

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Gorgeous tank, it looks phenominal! :D
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Gorgeous tank, it looks phenominal! :D
Thank you.

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post #47 of 91 Old 09-15-2006, 08:47 AM
Nice tank. The changed susbtrate is certainly a big improvement.
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Impressive !
your fish look so vibrant.
I love the Yellow Labs,

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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Nice tank. The changed susbtrate is certainly a big improvement.
I agree. Not only does it add for a more natural appearance, but it has also has enabled the fish to do a bit more redecorating of the gravel.

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Impressive !
your fish look so vibrant.
I love the Yellow Labs,
Thanks Lainey!

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PS, Yellow Labs had another brood last week. Not sure how many, Ive only ever seen one at a time. But there's quite a bit of rock in the tank in which they could be hiding.

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