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Conversation Between Scienceluvr8 and phishfood
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  1. Scienceluvr8
    10-11-2011 06:51 PM - permalink
    Aww, that's adorable, and definitely a sign that he is content! :)
  2. phishfood
    10-11-2011 06:49 PM - permalink
    No worries, and I totally agree simpler is better (at least for me!) when it comes to tanks. (that also means cheaper!) He's really been enjoying it and I have been too with such a low maintenance set-up- right now he's taking a nap on the java fern!
  3. Scienceluvr8
    10-10-2011 08:36 PM - permalink
    Your welcome! Wow, simple is surely the best way to go. Thanks for letting me know about your tank. :)
  4. phishfood
    10-10-2011 05:20 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the compliments!! My goal was to set up the easiest low maintenance planted tank as I'm not great with plants! The gravel is actually the cheapest thing they sold in the fish store- I live in london and its just the plain old 4 dollar gravel, but it does look good! The background plant is good old java fern, and the plant in the foreground on the left is an anubias. (i believe a dwarf one) And the plant on the right corner I've forgotten the name of! I will try to remember! All in all a very simple set up really, but my fish seems to love it! He loves hiding in the dense java fern, and loves sleeping on the leaves- I always see him resting on a big leaf in the front. Oh, and I've also got a big indian almond leaf in there.
  5. Scienceluvr8
    10-10-2011 03:13 PM - permalink
    Hello! I just recently saw your post in the betta home pics thread of your tank, and I absolutely loved it ! Not to mention, your betta is quite stunning as well! :) If you don't mind me asking, could you tell me what type of substrate and plants you have in your tank? It really is amazing :)
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