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PostPosted: Wed Oct 31, 2012 2:25 pm Post subject: Re: One tank,many transformations - In progress. Suggestions Reply with quote

 Good  looking  tank  ashis  ,  felt  happy  to  see  my  tall  hair  grass  ancestors  Smile
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 3:16 pm Post subject: Re: One tank,many transformations - In progress. Suggestions Reply with quote

 Sorry  friends!  With  the  recent  down  pour  in  Bangalore,  my  net  connection  was  off  and  I  could  not  get  on  IAH!!!
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 3:28 pm Post subject: Re: One tank,many transformations - In progress. Suggestions Reply with quote

 good  tank,  that  grass  1
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 3:32 pm Post subject: Re: One tank,many transformations - In progress. Suggestions Reply with quote

                                                   
ShankarB  wrote  (View  Post):                
As  many  others  have  said,  the  grass  land  look  looked  lovely.   Wonder  why  you  stripped  it  off.   Ultimately,   regardless  of  all  scaping,  if  the  ultimate  idea  is  to  give  the  fishes  a  place  that  they're  comfortable  with,  then  I'd  think  that  the  last  scape  with  the  driftwoods  don't  do  justice  at  all.
 
 On  that  line,  I'm  curious  -  did  your  tetras  withstand  all  these  changes  over  a  short  period  of  time?   How  many  are  you  left  with?!                

 
 Hi  Shankar,
 
 Answer  1:
 Glad  you  too  liked  the  grassland.  I  stripped  it  down  because  I  was  too  tied  up  with  work  and  algae  had  decimated  the  hairgrass!  The  situation  worsened  to  the  point  of  no  return!
 The  school  of  cardinals  in  the  first  two  setups  are  different  from  the  one  that  I  have  now.  All  from  the  first  two  setup  died  -  due  to  a  freak  accident!  -  this  was  way  back  in  2009-10
 
 Answer  2:
 Well,  cardinals  tend  to  hide  a  lot  -  especially  in  a  stem  setup.  They  are  accustomed  to  just  hairgrass  setup  -  so  I  assumed  they'd  be  fine!  
 FORTUNATELY  they  are  comfortable.  They  are  not  hiding  in  between  the  stems!  :)
 
 Answer  3:
 The  school  that  I  have  now  has  cardinals  -  ~  two  years  -  few  months  old....strange  but  i  lost  four  in  last  two  days!  (The  big  ones  -  Could  it  be  there  time  now?)  Crying or Very sad   -  there  have  been  no  deaths  in  over  a  year  now.
 
 
 >>  I  hope  I  have  passed  the  quiz!  Smile  just  kidding  <<
 
 
 Thanks  dinuchingan,  aquadream  (Rajeev),  ndnesh,  menonabhishek  for  the  encouraging  words!
 
 
                                                 
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 Love  the  last  scape.
 If  you  want  then  you  can  collect  a  bunch  of  rotala  from  me  (give  away).  and  on  the  driftwood  you  can  tie  some  moss,  it  will  be  really  beautiful.
                 

 
 Thanks  Kuna  for  the  offer  but  I  already  had  ordered  rotala  green  -  it  so  turns  out  that  I  ordered  more  than  I  needed!
 
 I  too  thought  of  having  moss  -  but  not  sure  if  that  is  a  good  idea...I  almost  never  could  manage  it  to  be  algae  free  when  I  had  it  my  my  grassland!  Any  tips?
 
 
 
                                                 
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 That  is  one  very  matured  way  of  scaping......
                 

 
 Thanks  Jabba,  I  am  blushing   Very Happy  
 
 
 
                                                 
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 Good  looking  tank  ashis  ,  felt  happy  to  see  my  tall  hair  grass  ancestors  Smile
                 

 
 Yeah,  I  loved  the  setup  with  tall  grass  -  until  the  point  it  became  messy  and  difficult  Razz
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 5:57 pm Post subject: Re: One tank,many transformations - In progress. Suggestions Reply with quote

 Jack,  sorry  about  the  recent  losses  on  your  cardinals.   My  pt.  was  exactly  on  your  answer  2.   Even  in  well  established,  well  maintained  tanks,  I  have  seen  Cardinals  mostly  hiding  or  playing  around  in  the  foliage.   So  I  was  wondering  if  they'll  be  comfortable  in  a  sparingly  covered  tank  (compared  to  the  grass).   It  was  more  of  a  question  to  really  know  if  they  can  be  peaceful  here.   Thanks  to  you,  I  know,  they  can!
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