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    Default Vesicularia dubyana Mountain

    Hi to all, heres my new 'scape, hope you enjoy

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    Tank: 30x30x25
    Lightning: 1x18W ( Osram Skywhite )
    Filtering: Eheim Liberty 200
    Heating: Eheim Jager 25W
    Substrate: Akadama Special, ADA Power Sand

    Flora: Vesicularia dubyana ( Musgo de java )

    Invertebrates: Neocaridina heteropoda var. Green

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    Vesicularia dubyana stands for Singapore moss.
    Java moss is Taxiphyllum barbieri

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    Default Taxiphyllum barbieri Moutain - 22L

    Quote Originally Posted by kokon2208 View Post
    Vesicularia dubyana stands for Singapore moss.
    Java moss is Taxiphyllum barbieri
    Yeah your are right, but now i can't edit my post why ??

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    One clear shot hehehe ;D



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    i see berried shrimps what shrimps are they?
    If keeping Exotic shrimps are easy then there will not be Exotic prices.
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    I like it, its simple. Nice.

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    i agree. very nice. i count 4 berried females; once the new babies come in, it'll be teeming with activity. keep us updated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retardo View Post
    i agree. very nice. i count 4 berried females; once the new babies come in, it'll be teeming with activity. keep us updated.
    i counted 5 ~.~
    If keeping Exotic shrimps are easy then there will not be Exotic prices.
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    verry nice tank i like rock + moss in a tank as appose to just bog wood and moss with some plants. cant really do it in my shrimp tank its small got loads of rockwork in my cichlid tank tho. I like the shrimp aswell i used to have green shrimp breeding untill my tank crashed and all babys died and they never bred again. just out of curiosity do you need to pay for rocks per kilo? i did for some of mine verry expencive that way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin12345 View Post
    i counted 5 ~.~
    yep. you're right. i missed the one in the far right corner.

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