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    Nano biotope

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    Mine is nothing compared to others but I would like to share my nano biotope. The tank is currently occupied by only 1 female Taeniacara candidi. For now the tank is for viewing enjoyment but by June/July, I plan to get a bigger tank and start on breeding.



    I'll upload a video very soon. Thanks for viewing.

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    Re: Nano biotope

    It feels like a cory tank or forest tank.
    Perfect for the type your keeping.

    PS: how big is the nano? looks like the betta tanks..
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    Re: Nano biotope

    20cm x 20cm x 35cm. Will change to a bigger tank by June/July.

    Anyway, as promised, here's the video.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUcGe...f7iBep8cV4g5s=

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    Re: Nano biotope

    I like your tank. The leaf litter makes it look very natural. Is this one of the GEX tall nano tanks? I saw a few at C328.
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    Re: Nano biotope

    Yes, I bought the tank at C328 there.

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    Re: Nano biotope

    I really love the outlook of this! Just a question. Do you have to constantly replace those leaves? Or do you just let it decompose?
    Need something to scratch that itchy hand of mine.

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    Re: Nano biotope

    Quote Originally Posted by mincedmeat View Post
    I really love the outlook of this! Just a question. Do you have to constantly replace those leaves? Or do you just let it decompose?
    I replace the leaves every week during water change to get a constant low pH.

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    Re: Nano biotope

    Just to be sure about those leaves, those are ketapang leaves right? If so, do you boil them before putting them in? Or do you just wash them clean?
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    Re: Nano biotope

    For me I don't boil the leaves. I just left them in a pail of dechlorinated water for an hour before putting it into the tank.

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    Re: Nano biotope

    very nice simple set up.

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