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Old 08-03-2010, 10:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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nice job -I like it
How long has it been set up?
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Old 08-04-2010, 08:10 AM   #3 (permalink)
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nice job -I like it
How long has it been set up?
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The aquarium has recently completed two months
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Beautiful. Great growth in two months.



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how did you get your moss to hug the ground like that.

did you insert plugs in to the ground or attach to moss rocks or mesh?

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Old 08-04-2010, 11:17 PM   #6 (permalink)
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how did you get your moss to hug the ground like that.

did you insert plugs in to the ground or attach to moss rocks or mesh?

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Hi doubleott05

Moss is tied to is small and very flat pieces of slate. This is a very detailed work that offers all its beauty in no time.

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taxiphyllium barbieri, what is the common name for that?
i have seen lots of mosses with that scientific name. and i have used all kinds of mosses and i dont think i have had my moss grow out quite like yours. thick lush and groomed and uniform with pitete fronds like that.

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I was just thinking as I was looking at the photos how the moss was laid out! Thanks for asking, doubleott05.

It's a beautiful, lush tank, Alberto Sosa. It's amazing how bright the reds of the fauna look against the greenery.
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Stunning Alberto!

Do you happen to have a closeup pic of the Staurogyne repens?
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Do you happen to have a closeup pic of the Staurogyne repens?


Staurogyne repens is in a very grim. Noise is observed in the photo.
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