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post #21 of 23 Old 12-31-2012, 05:43 PM
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Crap, now I have to disturb the tank. Where do you think this beast will look good? Should I place it behind the driftwood in the middle of the tank?
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I would use it to cover some of the equipment, so the right rear corner is one option.

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I was thinking that, but I cant block the powerhead near the top or the intake on the left side. I guess I could trim some of it. Ugh this is going to be a mess
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I was thinking that, but I cant block the powerhead near the top or the intake on the left side. I guess I could trim some of it. Ugh this is going to be a mess
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This plant won't be a problem with the filter. The filter intake can have plants very close, mine all do, leaves touching the intake basket. The powerhead will likely push leaves away anyway.

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