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My wife's 10g tank.

Discussion in 'General Plant Topics' started by barbarossa4122, Jan 2, 2011.

  1. barbarossa4122

    barbarossa4122 Guru Class Expert

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    Hi folks,

    This is my wife's/ours 10g non Co2 planted tank. This tank is 3 months old. Please, let us know how we are doing so far.
    Over 100rcs
    4 Harlequins
    3 Tetras
    1 Yellow Glo fish
    Dosing EI using RootMedic micros and macros.

    Lights: 24w t5ho Catalina fixture 12" above tank.
    Filter : 1 Rena xp2
    Heater : 50w Visi-Therm Deluxe
    Substarte : Eco Complete Black

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    Nice planted 10gal your wife has there. Can you list the plant species in it?

    Pepetj
    Santo Domingo
     
  3. barbarossa4122

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    Hi,

    Thanks Pepetj,

    Riccia, water sprite, anubias, some moss, echinodorus tenellus, ludwigia palustris( I think), some other ludwigia, repens or ovalis and a small temple plant. Lol, I wanted to stick some hornwort in there but, my wife said, NO.
     
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