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Mini rescape
« on: February 07, 2016, 10:46:40 pm »
Since I'm on maternity leave and getting a bit bored waiting for the new arrival, I decided to do a bit of a mini rescape in my 135L yesterday evening. Opinions welcome! (Yes I know my hydrocotyle leucocephala is dying - can't seem to keep it alive for some reason! I'm planning on replacing it with some elodea, which should be harder to kill!)
70l planted tropical tank: neon tetras, espei rasboras, bronze corys, 1x platy, 1x endler, 1x nerite snail.

135l temperate river tank: WCMMs, odessa barbs, bulldog pleco, peppered corys.

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    Re: Mini rescape
    « Reply #1 on: February 08, 2016, 08:41:40 am »
    Good luck with the wait.....

    ....at least you have a tank to play with and watch. :)

    It looks ok, the background being light doesn't do it too many favours though..... ;)
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    Re: Mini rescape
    « Reply #2 on: February 08, 2016, 10:12:14 am »
    Thanks :) The background's actually painted black, it's just an effect of the camera flash making it look lighter ;) My photography skills aren't as great as they could be!
    70l planted tropical tank: neon tetras, espei rasboras, bronze corys, 1x platy, 1x endler, 1x nerite snail.

    135l temperate river tank: WCMMs, odessa barbs, bulldog pleco, peppered corys.