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The 180 Live Plant experiment
So, here goes...
A little creativity with some PVC, hopefully the future hope of Ram Cichlids...
The complete rock formation...
Waiting on plants...
Less than 1 hour after adding plants...
First round of fish tomorrow morning.
Pasfur the tanks looks great. I really like the hardscape! The rocks and driftwood look great the way you have them. Once the plants settle in and grow the whole setup will look awesome!
What fish are going to be in there?
Looks great! I also love the hard scape. Can't wait to see this grow in!
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Looks great! What fish do you plan to stock it with? Are you also getting a lighting fixture or is that it?
This is AWESOME.
I saw the beautiful reef tank you got rid of for this. I love planted tanks way more than reef tanks, but all that hard work you must have put into it! But, sometimes destroying and then rebuilding is the best part I guess! :-D
Very pretty tank and I love planted tanks as well. I do not know about Ram Cichlids but I hope they do not dig like my Cichlid tank. No way I could have plants with the ones that I have, the are like a road crew in there. The ones I have can change the entire aquascape in no time at all. Id actually like to switch over to a planted tank in my cichlid tank but I dont want to just give away my fish and start over.
Thanks everyone for the kind words. This is going to be fun.:-D
Kribs and rams are both beautiful, how will you choose!
I love the little colorful bellies on Kribs though!
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I've seen that FOWLR tank you had and I believe you will enjoy this one far more. I can picture that lovely wife of yours arm deep trimming and pruning! Tell her I said Hi btw. Can't wait to see this project in person!...I've posted a couple pics of my Cichlid tank...but I'm sure I'll have to post others as after I pull most of the rock out to catch a couple of them, I doubt I can figure out how to get it back the way I had it :oops:
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