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45G -High - First Planted Aquarium
I attched some pictures of the Aquarium. I have some success and have had soome plants that never made it and some algae problems that I belive are now under control. Take a peek and let me know how I can improve my tank.
looks really good!
are those all real plants?
What a beautiful tank! I'm in awe :shock:
Hello and welcome to TFK :-D
Looks good, one thing I would suggest is adding some floating plants.
I like it just the way it is :thumbsup:
Welcome to TFK.
Tank looks great, Can't quite tell but looks like there's a few amazon swords in there in the mid ground. If so those are going to get quite large eventually, may start plotting a bit of relocation for them as they get older. The clown loach is going to get large as well and likes to have clown loach buddies around. I think generally speaking they should be in schools of 5 or more, and in larger tanks of 75 G's plus off the top of my head I don't quite recall how long they get but its 7 inches plus. May look to get him some little buddies then upgrade them to a larger down the road to keep them happy. Looks good though all in all.
That is beautiful!!! You are an artist.
That is nice.:welldone: But i would get a floating plant or two. Makes quite a difference, and the fish will love it.
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