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Tr-909 280l Tank.

Discussion in 'Journals' started by DeepMetropolis, Mar 30, 2018.

  1. kizwan

    kizwan New Member

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    Did I see apple snail in your tank? If yes, did they disturb your plants?
     
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    Nope I don't have apple snails, I do have four nerite snails. But the don't get that big.. They do lay eggs here and there but they don't survive in fresh water.
     
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    Owh, I see. How long did you turn on the light daily?
     
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    It goes on in low light sunrise for about an hour, after that 8h photo period, after that 2h very low light sunset, do I can still enjoy watching the tank, but that it doesn't disturb movie evenings :)
     
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    Found a relative small orchid in a store today so I try this one out hope it will survive..
    [​IMG] by Deep Metropolis, on Flickr
     
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    Looking awesome :cool:
     
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    Thanks Tim!, its getting better by time and practice.
    My plant list got bigger also, no intentions to start adding more..

    Submers

    Anubias barteri Coffeefolia
    Anubias nana
    Anubias nana pangolino
    Anubias nana paxing
    Anubias species
    Bolbitis heudelotii
    Bucephalandra 'Biblis'
    Bucephalandra 'Blue Green'
    Bucephalandra 'Brown (red mini)’
    Bucephalandra 'Deep Purple'
    Bucephalandra 'Medusa'
    Bucephalandra 'Mini black velvet'
    Bucephalandra 'Mini coin black'
    Cryptocoryne Becketii
    Cryptocoryne Costata
    Cryptocoryne Indonesii
    Cryptocoryne Walkeri
    Cyptocoryne Wendtii
    Cyptocoryne Wendtii “Brown”
    Echinodorus radicans/cordifolius
    Echinodorus tenellus
    Echinodorus uruguayensis
    Eleocharis sp. Mini
    Fissidens fontanus
    Hygrophila pinnatifida
    Juncus repens
    Limnophila hippuridoides
    Microsorum mini
    Microsorum pteropus trident
    Nymphaea zenkeri
    Rotala Blood Red
    Rotala sp. Green
    Rotala Yao Yai
    Vallisneria spiralis Red Tiger
    Vesicularia ferriei (weeping)
    Vesicularia montagnei (christmas)

    Emerse

    Phalaenopsis Mini
    Peperomia Piccolo Banda
    Lagenandra Thwaitesii
    Phyllanthus fluitans
     
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