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Old 04-03-2012
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I'd do away with the plants. it just doesn't seem natural.

I watched a documentary on Lake Tanganyika and didn't see any plants at the bottom of it.

Love the algae on the rocks though.


But that's just me.
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Personal preference but I would lose the plants also. Hard to tell but they don't look like they are doing well anyway? Everything else looks good, might try and hide the equipment.
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for equipement , it's just for a few days , time that i have finished to full fill the tank
for plants , i know that it isn't look like wild , do you think it's better to put out of the tank ?
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If the plants are doing alright I'd leave them. Just an opinion but they're not doing any harm.

I keep Java fern in my troph tanks, provides some protection for fry.
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I love the plants. I can't seem to get them to grow in my tanks so I just have plastic plants. The plants provide some cover for the fry and the algea that grows on them gives them a safe spot to graze all on all day long. Very nice tank! Mike
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love the plants all my tanks have plants in them and the fish love grazing on the algie,just my openion nice rock work
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Tank is fine as is ,,,,, maybe to the right, I would make a cave and lose one of the rocks just to create a more open look.
Fish look healthy to me though!
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+1, the rocks seem to be on the large size. Have you changed anything since starting the thread?
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