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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Here's a few quick pics from yesterday. All comments welcome! :D

Leopard Pleco


Bumblebee Goby


Another shot of the 'Bee'


German Ram


My newly rescaped 33g long


And lastly, my rescaped 24g, just redone yesterday.


Thanks for looking everyone :)

Feel free to ask any questions.

Tyson.
 

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Very nice crisp pictures, not to mention you have very nice scapes.

What camera are you using? tripods used?

Thanks for sharing.
 

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Thanks for the quick replies!

Camera used was a Canon rebel XT. Tried a few different lenses, 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6, 50mm f/1.8, and the 70-200mm f/4L.

All pics taken using a tripod.

Substrate in the 33g is Eco-Complete. I think about 5-6 bags in total.
 

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Amazing Aquascape you got there. Nicely done.
 

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very nice...
 

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Discussion Starter · #11 · (Edited)
A few new shots.

Added quite the bit of Eleocharis Parvula. 8 pots worth. (33g long tank)


Closeup of my Rotala (not sure what kind)


Closeup of my Parvula


Closeup Drop Checker


I have 4 of these little guys in my 24g, help on a proper ID? I bought them as 'red plecos'


My L199, I LOVE this fish, hard to get good pics of him though. His name is Plecostomus Prime hah.


Close shot of my Leopard Pleco


And lastly, full shot of my 24g and 33g on the stand, with the rena xp1 (for the 33g) and the co2, which is plumbed into both tanks.


I hope these pics aren't too large, if they are, let me know and I will resize.

Thanks, Tyson.
 

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Both setups are very natural and laid out nicely good job.Question for you , you mentioned Co2 was being distributed by one tank , is it even or does one aquarium get a bit more than the other ? Keep us updated !
 

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Luke78: I am using one 10lb tank. I have a splitter installed into the solenoid, and a needle valve/bubble counter on each port of the 2-way splitter. I can therefore control the amount that goes to each tank very precisely. Hope that helps. I am running the 33g at 6bps and the 24g at 1-2bps.

Thanks for all the comments everyone :D

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Discussion Starter · #18 ·
What is the difference? Im using something like this.
 
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