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dmitrithegoldfish:

The new golden dojo loaches have settled in nicely! 

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simonsaquascapeblog:

Favourites: `Dragon Duel` by Dave Chow
Size: 200 x 66 x 66 (870 Litres)
Fantastic and dynamic Layout which made Rank 47 at the IAPLC 2012.
Here`s a Article where you can read more about one of the world`s most famous Aquascaper and his Friends within the CAU-Posse:
https://www.facebook.com/notes/frederic-fuss/aquascaping-made-in-hong-kong/1546128355606088
Enjoy!

simonsaquascapeblog:

Favourites: `Dragon Duel` by Dave Chow

Size: 200 x 66 x 66 (870 Litres)

Fantastic and dynamic Layout which made Rank 47 at the IAPLC 2012.

Here`s a Article where you can read more about one of the world`s most famous Aquascaper and his Friends within the CAU-Posse:

https://www.facebook.com/notes/frederic-fuss/aquascaping-made-in-hong-kong/1546128355606088

Enjoy!

(Source: showcase.aquatic-gardeners.org, via aquaowner)

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avocadokitten asked...
Hi! I have a seemingly stupid question, but this is my first tank! I recently purchased some bacopa monnieri for my red cherry tank, and all I have is large rocks and gravel supplied by the tank company the biorb. Is this enough to keep the plant alive? It's sort of just floating around, with some of the roots underneath the gravel... Am I doing this right?

I’ve actually never had Bacopa Monnieri (moneywort) as a plant before. Though I hear it’s not a very demanding plant to deal with. It is just like other stem plants where it can still grow by floating. Having said that, substrate will create a better nutrient source for the plant. If it does become unrooted, you can always tie a small rock to it and then stick it back in the substrate. It will sooner or later get a root system to stabilize.

Trimming the plant and re-planting the clippings is a good idea as well. Seeing how there is less weight to the actual plant, you can plug it into the gravel and typically the small clipping won’t up-root itself.

If the moneywort is browning or yellowing on the new leaves, then you might need to look into getting some root tabs to get some nurtients to the plant. (this is typical if you have inert substrate)

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shodi001:

My giant Madagascar lace. Each leaf is over 3 feet long, and some are 8” wide.

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simonsaquascapeblog:

Video: minimalist iwagumi by George Farmer

Mr Farmer always manages to  create spaces that attract my gaze. You won’t feel deceived with this video - 100% recommended.

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simonsaquascapeblog:

Favourites: minimal tank by zero-fact

Another great minimal layout by this Japanese aquascaper. More pictures in his blog site here.

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iantojonesthebetta:

Had this in queue but decided to post it now since I’ve cleaned the driftwood today and it no longer looks spotty. Ammonia’s gone again, yay, and Keene is actively swimming around like usual. Always so curious.

Hnn, I love this fish so much.

That’s is Betta Paradise right there.

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izzy-the-fish-girl:

Spotted-head pinto shrimp (by ShrimpDaddy)