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Old 20-04-2003, 06:08 AM
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Default What is medium, moderate and heavily Planted tank?

Then mine is very lightly planted. (http://www.dlink.org/aqua)



I would agree. You need more plants!


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Old 20-04-2003, 06:08 AM
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Default What is medium, moderate and heavily Planted tank?

Aqua wrote:

so, for me, "heavily planted" means you can't see the back of the tank.


Then mine is very lightly planted. (http://www.dlink.org/aqua)


Then mine must be very sparsely planted. ;-

Sorry, no picture.

Still working on getting more plants.

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