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hi!!
this is my first post in this forum, the level is excelent!!!!! :D
sorry my english is very basic, ( si de repente no se decir algo...¿puedo usar el castellano??? :lol: )
mi name and nick is GmoAndres ; age 21; Santiago de Chile...
i have a small coleccion :D of acuarium`plants , aprox 35 species only in 133 lts...:
aponogeton madagascaricensis
aponogeton crispus
lobelia cardinalis
eleocharis parvula
eleocharis vivípara
eleocharis...
marsilea crenata
hygrophila stricta
hygrophila difformis
hygrophila polisperma "rosanervig" ("sunset")
rotala rotundifolia
rotala wallichii
rotala ...rotundifolia ¿var :roll: ???
cryptocoryne balansae
cryptocoryne parva
cryptocoryne becketti
cryptocoryne affinis
cryptocoryne wendtii "brown"
cryptocoryne wendtii "green"
cryptocoryne wendtii "my olla"
cryptocoryne wendtii "tropica"
cryptocoryne willissi
cryptocoryne... :roll:
eusteralis stellata
ammania gracilis
didiplis diandra
hemiantus( 2 species)
microsorium pteropus
microsorium pteropus "wendelow"
vesicularia dubyana
riccia fluitans
anubia barteri "nana"
ludwigia repens
bacopa monnierii

For mi, this "coleccion" was possible thanks to interaccion with acuarists in Chile (javiercrypt, floro and others :D :wink: salu2!!!! ) , because still to find some species are very difficult in the "comercio" ....

in the lasts years, the hobby`s progression in chile has been " :shock: " (no se como decirlo jejej) thanks to instances like internet , that permits
the exchanging information, experience , knowledge and frienship (very important and possitive point in this hobby :D ) between acuarists....

SALU2 A TO2 Y ARRIBA EL FORO!!!!!! :D 8)
GRATINGS FOR EVERYBODY AND UP THE FORUM!!!!!! :D 8)
 

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Welcome...thats some plant list there, I'm sure the folks behind the plant finder are hoping you have a decent digital camera the desire to take some stellar shots.
 

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HI!!
I have a camera, but the tecnology surpass me :cry: , i don`t know up photos to the forum ( I have photos in my PC)

Only i have one tank, and no more space for more species :cry:

the tank contains 133lts..

The photo of my avatar is a triturus viridicens (urodele anphibian) walking on ammania gracilis ( de mi acuario)

GREATINGS FOR EVERYBODY AND UP THE FORUM :D 8)
 

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GmoAndes,

Welcome:) If you have photos on your PC you want to show us, you can do it 2 ways. Upload them to a server of your own, or upload them to your Personal Gallery here at APC.

To find you Personal Gallery here......

At the top of the screen, where the Logos are, you will see Album. Click on it and you will go to the album gallery. At the bottom of the page, you will see, My Personal Gallery, click on that. That is a gallery specifically for you, everyone can have their own, where you can upload photos directly from your computer:) To put one of those photos in your post, ....

Right click on the photo in your gallery, at the bottom of the popup window, select properties. There is a part that says location (ie http:// etc) that is the home of that photo on the internet. Drag your cursor over that link, make sure you get all of it, then right click that and select "Copy"

Now, in your post do this


Its very simple once you do it a time or two. If you have any more trouble, let us know, and I or soemone else here will walk you through it more:)

Now, let's see this photos:)
 

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hello!!
:D :D :D :D
the photos are in "ALBUM" seccion

GREATINGS FOR EVERYBODY AND UP THE FORUM!!! :D 8)
SALU2 A TO2 Y ARRIBA EL FORO!!!!!!! :D 8)
 

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Hola!

You are doing very well with limited resources.
And you have a good sized plant list there.
You might try to grow some in emersed containors in sand + peat + soil so you can have access to them while not having so many species crammed into such a small tank.

If the species are hard to get, then most are reluctant to keep only a few species.

Tom Barr
 
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