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  1. Nano Aquariums
    A series of stock FLUVAL SPEC planted nano tanks that demonstrates the potential of Low-tech and Low-light aquascaping in 2.0, 2.5, and 5.5 gallons of water. No CO2 injection and high wattage required. More upcoming tanks... As much as it is challenging to cultivate a healthy and thriving nano...
  2. General Aquarium Plants Discussions
    I'm new here, so I hope this is the right place to post this. Also, I'm new to planted aquariums. I love it! So far my planted aquarium is doing very well. However, I have Java Moss on a piece of very well-prepared Mopani wood that keeps getting a very short tan colored fine hairy type of...
  3. For Sale or Trade
    Well to celebrate the new addition to our family (first child and it's a BOY :) you can see I am very proud :) ) I am listing some shrimp again and of course to recoup some of the cost associated with the new addition ;). These are my personal shrimp that are bred in straight tap water with no...
  4. Introductions and Greets
    Hey y'all! I am new to Aquatic Plant Central and find myself obsessed with planted tanks! I have been keeping fish for about 4 years now and about 1 year ago I added some java fern, java moss, and anubias. It is sparsely planted and all plants are working well with the limited lighting in my...
  5. New to Planted Aquariums
    Hello everyone, I just want to share my 30 gallon, low light, low tech tank. I have a driftwood, small Philippine fern and a anubias petite. I have 2 discus and 5 mollies. I will soon add plecos or otocinclus to keep the tank clean. I won't be adding substrate, just some plants on the...
  6. New to Planted Aquariums
    I just want to share my new tank. I have a small Philippine fern and a anubias petite. I have 2 discus and 5 mollies. I will soon add plecos or otocinclus to keep the tank clean. This will be a low light, low tech. I won't be adding substrate, just some plants on the driftwood.
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