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so much growth! warning pic heavy!
a beutiful pic of 2 of my snails
beutiful pic of one of my shrimp (my screensaver)
my baby tears on driftwood
bubbling contortion val
small school of rummy nose tetras
had to add this cute lil guy eating from my hand with babies around him
my shrimp. it looks like he has algea is he just shedding?
my attempt to photograph this snail ended with this friendly guy
my snails had a lot of eggs! and micro sword next to it
my snail on driftwood
my onion plant with contortion val runners all around it
now lets see if this attachment to yourube works
YouTube - eating from hand and babie convicts!
YouTube - planted tank
there is my tank! the babie wth convict is my 30 gal... jsut read disctriptions :P
just curious what lighting do you have and what fert? i heard baby tears were hard to take care of.
i use a mixture of aquariumplants fert and something else i cant remember. i have a 65watt buld. they are hard to take care of :P
65 watt standard house bulb or????
aquarium plant buld, i know its a lot but no algea so far so its good. and the plants love it
definitely looks like they love it! im just asking because im getting ready to upgrade my lighting soon which will bump me hopefully to atleast 2-3 watts per gallon which will let me get some moderte light plants which i think baby tears fall under. is it like a florurecent a compact or a incadecent? and what is the name brand of the light so i can find one for myself~ :D
if you just up the power and add no extra CO2 or "liquid carbon" then you will probably just grow lots of algae.
dude, is there not algae in some of the above pics?
hair/fuzz algae is caused by CO2 levels that are too low for the power of the bulb and or LOW nutrient levels.
there is a TINY bit on a small peice of driftwood and that is it. no algea anywhere else. i think its the wood but im not shure
Very nice pictures! Thanks for sharing!
I have a little algae in all my tanks. Makes a great treat for a lot of different fish, shrimp, and snails!
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