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grommit's (Brian)
#91
That's one hell of a filter Bri, is there room in your tank.  rofl 

Ian.
Juwel Rio 450 LED

14 Rummynose Tetras
12 Glowlight Tetras
15 Cardinal Tetras
5 Red Phantom Tetras
4 Silvertip Tetras
5 Cherry Barbs
1 Pearl Gourami (female)
5 Sterbai Corys
3 Bandit Corys 
1 Panda Corys 
2 Bristlenose Plecs (how many) and  2 babys.
4 Bolivian Rams
10 Lemon Tetras

Tank 87% stocked  Smile
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Councils never consider those who nee to use footpaths, I suppose they all drive round in company cars paid for by us..... Rolleyes

I wouldn't put too many volts through the tank, it'll kill off the munchers you already have.......?????
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Enjoy your fish, shrimps and snails!
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(20-05-2019, 08:11 AM)plankton Wrote: Councils never consider those who nee to use footpaths, I suppose they all drive round in company cars paid for by us..... Rolleyes

I wouldn't put too many volts through the tank, it'll kill off the munchers you already have.......?????

You crack up pal!
A few plants today...as u do!
echinodorus radicans
Echinodorus bleheri
and my fa...Anubias barteri
Large tank
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Small tank
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Not a lot of effort went into both...sit look and redo lol
Bri
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They are both looking lovely!!
500L Sooperhooge Goldfish tank Smile
12L The Startank Aquaprise - Decommissioned Sad
200L The Barbarium….Green Tiger Barbs and Nerite snails
20L Nano Marine.....stocking in progress!
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Great set-ups look very professional indeed, you got some lovely plants there !
Bikini Bottom - 168l - community
The Kremlin - 58l - Shrimp and Cory 
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The sword(s) should probably go at the back as they'll hide everything else otherwise, but still looks good. Smile
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...get someone else to do it! Big Grin

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(21-05-2019, 07:52 AM)plankton Wrote: The sword(s) should probably go at the back as they'll hide everything else otherwise, but still looks good. Smile

He!He!!
Read my mind....i'll not say what I came out with smorning at 6am...lol.
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Had a panic attack! haven't bought anything this week!!! ohhh I did the plants!...stupid me lol.
Apart from the Aqua plant gro (i'm trialing it on the small tank) got so0me of the TNC for the big tank.
Just smaller dose, don't want to shock the plants lol.
But couldn't resist buying the EI kit from Aquarium plants food uk….but with my usual 'Brian' (lack of brains) I bought the kit with the spoons....should of been the one with the bottles...:-(
Ohhhhh well...Evilbay to the rescue, i'm really am a prat!!! hahaha!
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Save some money for fish, mate! Big Grin
If at first you don't succeed....
...get someone else to do it! Big Grin

Enjoy your fish, shrimps and snails!
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(22-05-2019, 07:56 AM)plankton Wrote: Save some money for fish, mate! Big Grin

HAHAHA!! it'll be minimal fish for now...(honest!!)
Cory's, guppys and endlers….n maybe neons.
Bri

What think of this reading?
Think stuck cycle?
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