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65 gal. West African Anubias

Discussion in 'Aquatic Plant Species' started by engine50, Feb 20, 2011.

  1. engine50

    engine50 Junior Poster

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    Was looking for some Barbus Fasciolatus for this not quite biotope. A longer term sustainable setup which due to the ease of the species involved might not appeal to most aquatic gardeners. Taken just after I harvested a gallon size bag of Bolbitis off the top as it had reduced the swimming room considerably.

    ADA africana, CO2, 130 w. 6700 K 9" off top, ferts twice a week. 50 percent w/c /week
    A. nana
    A. nana petite
    A. frazeri
    A. afzelli
    A. coffefolia
    A. hastifolia
    A. lanceolata
    A. augustifolia
    A. minima
    Bolbitis
    some leftover java fern, (i need this for my next project and it will be gone).

    go ahead, fire away.
     
  2. ArnieArnie

    ArnieArnie Prolific Poster

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    Nice tank! I like the depth in the middle. This would also be a nice setup up for non-CO2 I think.
     
  3. globali

    globali Guru Class Expert

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    Very interesting view.
     
  4. engine50

    engine50 Junior Poster

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    thanks all!
     
  5. Gerryd

    Gerryd Plant Guru Team
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    I like it! I have always admired anubias and those are awesome! Great variety and health!
     
  6. GillesF

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    Great tank, it has a very natural touch to it. I like the depth (and height)!
     
  7. hrishi007

    hrishi007 Junior Poster

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    i love the depth in it too..
     
  8. Faizal

    Faizal Junior Poster

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    What are the tank specifics?
    Could you give us some details or better,... pics on how you mount your spraybars and co2 injection techniques please?
    Lighting intensities,...etc.

    I love this tank. A well thought out project,....
     
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