Re-Did the Tank Again....
Here we go.....I took the legos out and added a new plant and a platform(to the left) for the newt to be able to get 100% out of water if he wants.
The water level is Higher then it apears in the Picture. http://www.fishforum.com/userpix/828_S2010188_1.jpg
what do y'all think?
|musho3210 ||02-24-2007 12:56 PM |
wow looks very natural now, will look a lot better when you make it a 100% vivavarium, good job
|sazzy ||02-24-2007 01:14 PM |
looks alot better, great job :D
Also I am getting a Amazon Sword(Plant) Very soon.
Today when I went to the lfs I ordered 1 From them.
Then The tank will be mostly Completed....There's still a few changes I wanna Make.
|musho3210 ||02-24-2007 03:32 PM |
if you want to change the substrate to sand, you should do it before you add plants, plants dont like a sudden change in substrate
|Aquaticmoon ||02-25-2007 09:09 AM |
looks very nice :o ,but a Amazon Sword will get to large for this tank.
|Aquaticmoon ||02-25-2007 09:10 AM |
plants dont like a sudden change in substrate
I've never had a problem with this.
|musho3210 ||02-25-2007 12:18 PM |
all the articles ive read say that if you change the substrate, change 1/10th of the tanks substrate per week to prevent problems with the plant.
|Amphitrite ||02-25-2007 12:41 PM |
I changed from gravel to sand all at once in a very heavily planted tank, and never had any trouble at all.
Except for the plecos destroying my amazon swords lol
|musho3210 ||02-25-2007 12:50 PM |
oh ok then i guess i have been proven wrong lol
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