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Discussion in 'General Freshwater' started by kingearwig, Jan 26, 2012.

  1. Ghpr1957

    Ghpr1957 AC Members

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    Really awesome looking tank. Best of luck with it! I would love to have a tank that big!
    Ghpr1957 :)
     
  2. Taari

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    That looks really cool! Nice idea with the cave. I'd definately get some Malaysian Trumpet Snails in there to burrow through the substrate and keep it stirred up though, wouldn't want those deep areas around the cave to become anaerobic.
     
  3. kingearwig

    kingearwig Master Pond Snail Breeder

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    Thanks for all the compliments everyone!

    I definitely will have some MTS in here. Hopefully they will be effective.
     
  4. stsalerno

    stsalerno Slackin'

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  5. rufioman

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    Dude that looks pretty sweet! I really like the layout of the tank.
     
  6. kingearwig

    kingearwig Master Pond Snail Breeder

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    Wow that tank is beautiful! I love the cave/acropolis, looks like an underwater archeological dig, super:)
    And that's a great piece of wood too.
     
  8. kingearwig

    kingearwig Master Pond Snail Breeder

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    Thanks! Still trying to figure out the lighting though. Hopefully someone has some insight.
     
  9. kingearwig

    kingearwig Master Pond Snail Breeder

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  10. authmal

    authmal Pseudonovice

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    +1

    Lots of people don't want them, and will give them away free, or inexpensively. I know one LFS around here sells them for something like 10 or 12/$1, I guess as a feeder snail or something.
     

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