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Hi all. Was going to wait to I had this set up a little better. But thought I start it anyway and use it as a bit of a progress journal.

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Got some plans for ground planting and attaching some moss to a few of the driftwood branches.

Plan is to keep it to cherries and CRS

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NoGi

Nice little setup, is that the aquaone nano? i got the same tank

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inkevnito

Nice! Any workmates admiring your tank? hahaha

Next thing you know, someone will get inspired and the whole office will have fish tanks o:

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Cloudwarrior
Nice little setup, is that the aquaone nano? i got the same tank


Yep. That's the one. Not actually mine. I inherent it from a friend. But fat chance he is getting it back now.

How do you find the flow power for shrimp?

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Nice! Any workmates admiring your tank? hahaha

Next thing you know, someone will get inspired and the whole office will have fish tanks o:


Yep. Good little conversation piece

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NoGi
5 hours ago, Cloudwarrior said:

How do you find the flow power for shrimp?

It's fine, very little flow.

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Cloudwarrior

ok. mine is quite strong. doesnt seem to be an issue for the shrimp. but a bit of a pain for me to keep the food in the dish

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Managed to snap a few semi decents pics of the two CRS I have fa3c9fab5ff75efda9f46f7879e5864c.jpg9750d49f4b880515f767f86598e4e54c.jpg

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DemonCat

I would get no work done. Would love to have one in the office anyway!

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Cloudwarrior

Just remembered about this thread and thought I'd update some pics. It's definitely come a long way fa29ddaad84958a0695837e186eab52d.jpg400680df871ef0cfa21579a4ad3e03a8.jpgd95364d08a51658b08bdd07f7cbfe068.jpg

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