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Just thought id get some oppinions for my 70ltr pleco tank its also got 3 blind cave tetras and a pair of breeding honey gouramis that are being removed soon (cracked a tank during moving), its got nothing but mopani and bogwood with white sand, no plants but im considering java fern and some moss along the top pieces close to the water line right along the length of the tank, as if its the bank of a river or something. Dont be afraid to say its crap, i need the advice as im new to this sort of thing. Thanks

 

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I like the pile of wood. :p

My two bits: It would look really good with some moss and 'petite nana' (anubias) on the wood in the middle and some java fern and larger anubias toward the edges. Throw in some Vallisneria in the very back for a curtain-effect.

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I agree with bigstick. I suppose the purpose of the wood is for habitat, but if it is all hidden in the interior of the wood blob it sort of seems lost. But I do like the wood.
 

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Thanks for the replies, im going to rearrange the wood and think about what plants to go for.
 

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I like the all wood concept, but i would rearrange the wood differently. i would leave one side of the tank open and have the would stacked up almost tier like with some moss or anubias coming out of the crevices that were created.
 
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