John's 75 planted new plant photo 4-20-13

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  1. 2in10

    2in10 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Thanks, I am not injecting CO2, I add 6ml to 7ml of Seachem Excel daily.
     
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    Plants list

    Rotala wallichii
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    Rotala macrandra "Magenta"
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    Rotala macrandra
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    Limnophila aromatica
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    Hygrophila corymbosa "Narrow"
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    Hygrophila corymbosa
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    Hygrophila balsamica
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    Cryptocoryne spiralis
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    Cryptocoryne retrospiralis
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    Crytocoryne crispatula "Balansae"
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    Aponogeton crispus
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    Limnophila indica also called Ambulia
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    Tank looks superb.
     
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    Thanks
     
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    Plants from the tand that will stay

    Aponogeton madagascariensis "Madagascar Lace"
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    I will also be keeping the plants to left of the Lace plant. The one in front with the ragged leaves is Hygrophila difformis or "Wisteria" and the narrow leaved one behind it Hygrophila corymbosa 'Angustifolia'.

    Barclaya longifolia
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    I have 2 Cryptocoryne wendtii variants in the tank that I will be keeping also. They are hidden from view so I guess they will be surprises when I replant the tank.
     
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    Sword inflorescence and baby.
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    Clonefarmer Millepora

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    Very red pigment on the sword. The lighting must be really intense. Is that with the T5HO?
     
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    Yes it is. If you look at page one on the new pic I added at the very top left you can see where the Hygrophila has turned red. From the top is is darker than the sword.
     
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    Clonefarmer Millepora

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    That's amazing. I'm really impressed with the T5HO.
     
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    A top of the line T5HO fixture is more intense than a 250W MH