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Old 7th January 2006   #1
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I rarely take photos of my set-ups, mainly because I keep them as simple as possible with no substrate and mainly plastic plants. Makes for easy cleaning but boring photos. Anyway here's a pic of one of my Pleuro larvae tanks. This one contains the largest larvae on the verge of morphing. Sometimes even simple tanks can look quite nice...
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Mum and Dad still at it...Click the image to open in full size.
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Old 7th January 2006   #2
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Quite nice, Mark, I'd say it's somewhere between "simple" and... "unsimple"? Simple with attractive complexity. What is the wood-like item?



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Old 8th January 2006   #3
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Well it's all fake apart from a handful of pond weed from the garden. The wooden structure is one of those fake root system castings you can buy in most aquatic shops. It covers a large fluvial filter on it's side and the chunk of slate sits over the output to minimize the current.



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Old 8th January 2006   #4
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Your tank is "simple"? I would say that it is very beautifull and looks very natural too!



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Old 10th January 2006   #5
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Hey Felipe are you the one that came ta new zealand 2 years ago??



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Old 10th January 2006   #6
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Hey Brett, I think that is not me! I've never travelled to New Zealand... Why?



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Old 22nd January 2006   #7
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I love it!!



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Old 22nd January 2006   #8
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nice tank an nice pics well done on the babies Click the image to open in full size.



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Old 22nd January 2006   #9
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It looks good to me. Most of my tanks don't have real plants and aren't aquascaped. I find them easier to work with and sometimes better for the animals. Your tank looks a lot nicer than most of mine.



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Old 23rd January 2006   #10
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Michael:

As an owner/breeder of note, I'd be interested in seeing some of your Tylo tanks posted. Especially your Shanjing and Verrucosus set ups.

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