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Conversation Between Phaydra and Hallyx
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  1. Hallyx
    12-06-2012 05:40 AM - permalink
    Nice fish, that Dalish---a blue copper, like mine only darker. Is that Susswassertang on the floor? I hear it's easy; looks neat. I may try to find some.

    My HM likes his Betta leaf up near the surface about an inch below. Actually, he likes his floating Anubias even better. So do all my fish.
  2. Phaydra
    12-05-2012 08:31 PM - permalink
    I uploaded some pics of the new Copper. I named him Dalish. Just seems to fit him. I got the floating plants and the driftwood in today too. The driftwood is in the last pics because I boiled it for a couple hours then let it soak in cool water.
  3. Hallyx
    12-03-2012 06:23 AM - permalink
    I knew you knew what you were doing. Good on ya. All my Anubias are tied to ricks or beads so I can easily move them around when I vacuum. Except for the floaters.
  4. Phaydra
    12-03-2012 06:00 AM - permalink
    It's only roots deep and not much at that. I have it rubber banded to a rock for weight and can't decide where I want it yet. ATM it's on the sponge filter. I redid the Subwangertang too cutting down the mesh for smaller squares so i could spread them out a bit. I'll keep posting pics because my Frogbit should arrive the day before him or the day after
  5. Hallyx
    12-03-2012 04:55 AM - permalink
    He's going to like that tank, I'm sure. I can't tell from the pics whether that Anubias is planted deep or only the roots. Only the roots should be in the substrate; the rhizome should be above.

    Oh, it's better to hit "view conversation" then post in that message box. That way your reply shows up on my page. Weird, but that's how this system works.
  6. Hallyx
    11-24-2012 11:28 PM - permalink
    Alwaya nice to have an experienced keeper join us here. Your avatar HM is stunning. You ought to start an album so we can see how beautiful your fish are.

    Welcome to the forum.
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