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    Default Re: Wild Green Discus Biotope

    Yeah, those two that don't care for water changes, just hand them over to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pastry View Post
    Looove following this thread and your others. Shoot, I need to do more updates on my own!
    Thanks. And yes, you do... We all do, I’ve been slacking massively with my forum participation recently.

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    How beautiful! The green moss/algae on the wood, is it real? How did you get it to grow so well if real? Your tank is just great!
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    Hi Barb, it’s real, unfortunately. It’s just algae, and not only growing on theere but also on the glass, sand, everywhere. The tank has been getting way too much light recently since I took the water lettuce out. I’ve just adjusted the photo period and intensity hoping to curb it a little bit.

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    So gorgeous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pastry View Post
    Yeah, those two that don't care for water changes, just hand them over to me.
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    Default Re: Wild Green Discus Biotope

    looks great

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    Default Re: Wild Green Discus Biotope

    What are the plants roots hanging down? Fish are beautiful!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Disgirl View Post
    What are the plants roots hanging down? Fish are beautiful!
    Sorry, I missed that. It’s pennywort. It’s hanging over the bracing so it’s locked in place and doesn’t swim around willy nilly where I don’t want it

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    Default Re: Wild Green Discus Biotope

    Put some sera nitrivec (bb) in, looks funky.

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    Default Re: Wild Green Discus Biotope

    Quote Originally Posted by Swedgin View Post
    Put some sera nitrivec (bb) in, looks funky.

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    Cloudiness will clear pretty quick. It’s the best bio starter I have ever used. Really effective in canister media. Just pour over bio filter media.

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