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Old 05-24-2006, 08:39 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Oh you already had some. I was going to say that that little bit i gave you grew really fast. I think the tanks looking nice. Thanks for the info on the tank.
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I like the rocks too, looks like you did a good job. Looking forward to it's development.

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Old 05-29-2006, 12:29 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Got some new rocks from AquaForest in SF that my friend picked up for me. Might be doing a swap out.



I also got these other ones but I am going to use those for my 20 gallon =]
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Great looking rocks. Are they arranged for your planned layout?
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So why the Macy*s gift card? Are you advertising for them?
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Not bad. They're pretty nice. I'd like to get me some but I'm here at Miami Florida. So I need them to get shipped here. I also have a couple of 2.5G tanks that I want to use rocks instead of wood. Any updates?
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Nice beginning. I really like the new rocks. Have you thought about using different kinds of mosses for this tank? I am using Taiwan, weeping and erect mosses on stones and driftwood and after about 6 weeks of filling in it is thick with the stuff. What kind of critters? Are you thinking about shrimp?
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Well no update but the tank is growing intresting. And its time for new lights I get the choice of picking 6700k/10k 18 watts or a 10k/atnic 18 watts...
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Go with the 6700k/10k combo. I have a 6700k fixture and I'm looking to swap one bulb out for a higher color temp bulb.
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