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180 Gallon pic

Discussion in 'Aquascaping' started by Tom Barr, Dec 6, 2014.

  1. Tom Barr

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    Nice, been following this tank for a few years
     
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    very nice tank...
     
  4. Dennis Singh

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    Love it. Why not attach something to the driftwood? Would it create a distraction in the scape?
     
  5. Tom Barr

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    I've added plants to the wood in the past, did not like it.
     
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    So where is the algae at?:rolleyes:


    I do not see no algae.:eek:


    Damn it man . ;)


    Beautiful I must say. :)


    Jeff
     
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    Absolutely beautiful!
     
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    Inspirational!!
     
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    Hello Tom,


    Beautiful tank by the way. Just wanted to ask, how did to mask the drains and returns on this tank? Bottom drilled bulkheads?


    Thanks,


    Matthew
     
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    My first post~ Wootz


    I agree... where's algae?
     
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    Are those neon tetras? They look more red than what I've seen in the past. Regardless, great picture on a beautiful tank.
     
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    Those are Cardinal Tetras. Neon tetras only have half of the body length red.
     
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