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PostPosted: Mon Apr 21, 2008 12:39 pm Post subject: Re: Dwarf Cichlid Reply with quote

 almond  leaves  will  do  great,
 Nice  Rams  there  pal
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@Hamza
 Tank  size  is  24x15x15,  Light  i  s  36watts.  What  did  u  mean  by   natural  occuring  varieties.                

 
 You  wanted  to  create  something  natural,  right?  something  like  a  biotope,  I  feel  that  these  developed  strains(golden,  veiltails)  are  not  suitable  for  that.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 21, 2008 1:00 pm Post subject: Re: Dwarf Cichlid Reply with quote

 AK...  buddy  good  Job  done.  When  You  are  creating  a  Black  Water  Setup,  how  about  adding  some  Cardinals  with  the  Rams.  Any  way..  all  the  best  on  the  new  tank.  Keep  us  updated.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 21, 2008 1:05 pm Post subject: Re: Dwarf Cichlid Reply with quote

 Heres  a  video  of  ramirezi  in  wild.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 21, 2008 1:44 pm Post subject: Re: Dwarf Cichlid Reply with quote

 @Hamza,  you  took  me  to  a  different  world.  Thanks  a  llllot  for  sharing.   Smile
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 21, 2008 2:40 pm Post subject: Re: Dwarf Cichlid Reply with quote

 wow  awsome  link  there  Hamza  Â Surprised  it  takes  us  to  much  more  beautiful  links  there.  Thumb Up  
 Shankar  ji-hope  we  get  some  nice  underwater-videos  from  your  side  in  case  you  are  joining  the  fish  trip  :)take  some  extra  memcards
 
 hey  AK  nice  rams  there  too,hope  the  video  gives  your  a  cool  picture  of  their  natural  habitat
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 21, 2008 6:28 pm Post subject: Re: Dwarf Cichlid Reply with quote

 @Hamza
 U  broke  ma  heart  Â Sad  Â Sad  
 Can  i  keep  normal  Blue  Rams  in  ma  biotope?  What  will  happen  if  i  keep  this  Rams  in  ma  biotope?  The  Video  which  you  upload  i  think  even  that  is  shallow  water  and  i  think  there  are  stones  and  plants  also.
 
 @Tirtha
 I  am  broke.  CArdinals  Â Drinking  *dreams*
 Let  me  see  i  can  go  with  Neon  Tetras  they  will  surely  look  beautiful.
 
 @Sai
 And  Sai  u  are  ma  real  inspiration  for  making  planted  tanks  u  are  the  one  who  gives  me  knowledge  and  links  about  everything  and  because  of  u  i  am  able  to  make  this  beautiful  tanks.  Smile
 
 Nawh  the  video  showed  me  only  plants  and  i  am  confused  more  now.  So  i  completed  my  work  and  here  are  the  pics  Â   Surprised  Â Sad


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 21, 2008 6:47 pm Post subject: Re: Dwarf Cichlid Reply with quote

 Male  and  female  gaurding  the  eggs  :-
 
 
 Upper  view  of  the  biotope  before  adding  water.:-
 
 
 Vals  :-
 
 
 Anubias  nana  on  driftwood:-
 
 
 Baby  Anubias  Nana  of  the  biggr  Anubias  nana  :-
 
 
 Java  Moss  on  Driftwood:-
 
 
 Water  lilly  /  Lotus  Zenkeri???  :-
 
 
 Last  but  not  the  least  *The  tank  si  ready  just  completed  work  1  hr  back  *  :-
 
 
 
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 21, 2008 7:09 pm Post subject: Re: Dwarf Cichlid Reply with quote

 @AK:  As  far  as  I  know,  Cardinals  are  dirt  cheap  in  Mumbai.  Try  to  get  in  touch  with  any  breeder  instead  of  checking  in  LFS.  Otherwise  Neons  will  be  cool  also  for  the  setup.
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 21, 2008 7:14 pm Post subject: Re: Dwarf Cichlid Reply with quote

 Nice  job  done  AK.  If  possible  try  to  get  2-3  big  stones  and  put  them  at  the  left  island.  Otherwise  the  scape  will  look  really  flat.  And  if  possible,  make  a  thin  layer  with  Dark  Gravel  top  of  the  white.  As  you  are  trying  to  create  Black  Water  Setup,  the  dark  color  will  help  you  to  get  the  desired  effect.  Great  job  done.   Thumb Up
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 Thanx  for  your  reply..Smile  Cheap  as  in  for  how  much?  Don  forgett  i  am  a  student.  Sad  
 
 Yep!  I  am  buying  the  fert  which  we  put  above  the  sand  just  waiting  to  get  m  a  pocket  money.  Tirtha  What  did  u  mean  by    If  possible  try  to  get  2-3  big  stones  and  put  them  at  the  left  island.  Otherwise  the  scape  will  look  really  flat.  I  mean  to  ask  >  Are  you  talking  about  round  stone?  If  yes  then  I  am  waiting  for  ma  pocket  money  Â Thumb Up
 
 I  am  thinking  to  use  Almond  leaves  Litter  and  1  more  big  round  stone  and  1  small  Amazon  Sword  and  sword  Chain.  Any  suggestion  about  plants?
 
 As  i  was  searchign  for  Plants  inBlack  water  i  came  across  only  2  plants  Vals  and  Amazon  sword  Â Sad  ...
 
 I  am  really  glad  that  u  liked  ma  Scape  Smile
 
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 21, 2008 7:46 pm Post subject: Re: Dwarf Cichlid Reply with quote

 Beeootiful  setup  AK.  Yes  you  can  keep  your  Rams  in  there.  Nothing  wrong.  But  if  you  want  to  create  a  true  South  American  Biotope,  they  won't  fit  in  as  they  are  not  naturally  occurring  variants.  They  have  been  selectively  bred  for  more  pleasing  colours.  Otherwise  no  problem  at  all...
 
 
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Beeootiful  setup  AK.  Yes  you  can  keep  your  Rams  in  there.  Nothing  wrong.  But  if  you  want  to  create  a  true  South  American  Biotope,  they  won't  fit  in  as  they  are  not  a  naturally  occurring  variant.  They  have  been  selectively  bred  for  more  pleasing  colours.  Otherwise  no  problem  at  all...
 
 
 ...Karthick                

 
 I  agree
 
 Nice  tank  AK!  also  the  anubias  is  not  biotope  correct.  Moreover,  its  your  choice  and  it  isn't  necessary  to  make  a  biotope,  just  make  it  look  very  natural.  Goodluck  with  this  setup!
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 oh  and  it  would  look  better  with  more  Vals..
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 Theres  lot  more,  dont  forget  to  watch  the  otto  collection  from  wild  and  other  wild  caughts   Drool  
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