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Closer up. You can play it in 720 HD;

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Nice Danny! Glad the video link worked for you.
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Oh they have grown up. Thanks for updating
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I am loving the growth & color progress these Mups are displaying...just a great group to have & to hold

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Nice. But don't let the other half see you using the vows on the fish too. lol

What kind of lighting do you have the tank?
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Ha ha yea right on...

The light is a JBJ 4 baton with 2 pure white & 2 acitinic blue tubes. I usually only have the white on to conserve energy but this vid had the blue on
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Gotcha. Yeah that light is blasting them out of the water. lol
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Love it Danny, I'm envious of the plants.
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Yeah, I've always liked a nice planted setup.
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Love it Danny, I'm envious of the plants.
Thanks John...this is the best I have ever done with plants in an alkaline environment, but alas they are starting to yellow now and die off...typical for a hard water set-up...the only thing that seems to be doing ok still is the anubias in the foreground...sadly every time it throws a new leaf the fish bite off the tender new shoot and leave the stalk so unfortunately I don't expect it to get any bigger...the plants were freebies from a tank tear down I did for work but I certainly won't be buying & adding any new ones...it was lovely while it lasted...probably have a month to 6 weeks left before I remove all but the anubias
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