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fishorama

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Nice! I love the discus w/cardinals. What is the pink flowering "pond" plant? It looks like maybe 1 of those illegal kinds here & maybe in MA too. Pretty & vigorous!
 

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Not illegal and not a pond; 40B the plant is PSO (Pogostemon Stellatus Octopus).
 

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Very nice! It might be 1 I've killed before :( , there have been quite a few over the years...My plant club is full of plant pushers. "Try it, it might grow for you". Hah! I put quotes around pond, I could tell that much. Do you have window light to get it to flower or what?

I was thinking of purple/pink loosestrife, obediant plant, or something similar. Supposedly some the color cultivars don't turn into weeds but I'm skeptical.
 

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Show & now tell, jake. All I'm willing to guess is an apisto of some unusual species, lol. Different or the same species as your last, female?

What is the long rooted floater? Red root floater? It often has longer, redder roots but in your giant tanks it's hard to say. I bet your hatchet & other fish don't have any ideas about jumping out. There's a clear "ceiling" that they'd be unlikely to try & jump through to the floor. I never had jumpers in tanks with a good number of floaty plants; less dense than yours.
 

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Show & now tell, jake. All I'm willing to guess is an apisto of some unusual species, lol. Different or the same species as your last, female?

What is the long rooted floater? Red root floater? It often has longer, redder roots but in your giant tanks it's hard to say. I bet your hatchet & other fish don't have any ideas about jumping out. There's a clear "ceiling" that they'd be unlikely to try & jump through to the floor. I never had jumpers in tanks with a good number of floaty plants; less dense than yours.
The one with no colour is the male/mate of the female in the previous picture. I had the species wrong it is a. sp bluthekl (not a. lineta); the picture of the fish in the dark water is a. bitaeniata.

A picture I don't have to explain ;)
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