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Molinious 03-05-2014 08:47 PM

Assistance please
 
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ok as you can see from my pic the plants in my 100gal are looking a bit tired, especially to the right. This is due to some now moved on fish completely destroying them!!!! Was looking nice before they ruined them. Dont worry the fish in question all went to a good new home and iv checked on them a couple of times since and there fine.

Now the assistance needed is for choice in plants. Ph is 7.5 lighting is medium to bright and the substrate is dirted with a sand topping. Fish include congos, neons rummies, harlequins, bronze corys and yoyo loaches. Also chery red shrimp and assasin snails

Iv looked at alot of plants but really cant make up my mind.

Thanks in advance

rsskylight04 03-05-2014 09:53 PM

Anacharis, ecinodorus, and hornwort grow best for me.
Great tank. Good luck!

jentralala 03-05-2014 11:00 PM

I'd go with some Amazon Swords. I really like the broad leafed look of em. You could also do some broad leaf anubias attached to the driftwood.

rsskylight04 03-06-2014 01:12 AM

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Originally Posted by jentralala (Post 4053953)
I'd go with some Amazon Swords. I really like the broad leafed look of em. You could also do some broad leaf anubias attached to the driftwood.

Argentine swords stay a bit smaller than amazons and are great for the foreground of your tank. Amazons make awesome centerpiece plants.


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