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Lkennedy

First attempt at iwagumi scaping

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Lkennedy

This is my first crack at an iwagumi with seiryu stones. plants are hc, hm and lilaeopsis, latest pic is week 1 of dsm :) feel free to give advice :)

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GotCrabs

Nice, good luck trimming it once it's grown in, will look crap hot with a few shrimp in there cruising around.

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buck

Looks really good i cant wait to see it grown in!

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neo-2FX

Any updates on this Lkennedy? Keen to see how your HC is doing.

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