Discussion in 'Emersed Journals' started by Greenfinger2, Apr 6, 2016.
Looking great Roy, the growth is coming along nicely
Fantastic tank and photography.
Hi All, Another Video
A nice little Video to watch.
Hi All Thank You Some more photos
It's coming on great.
Do you have a submersed full tank shot please.
Wonderful tank Greenfinger! I'm impressed by the diversity of plants you have been using!
Roy do you intend to have any inhabitants in that tank if so I would be thinking of the basic red cherry shrimps.
Looks great Roy. Looks like you lifted it out of nature with a pie server! I am still toying with the idea of one of my own, but my head is flooded with ideas and I am trying to pick the best and refine them.
BTW- my knee has healed. I doing daily short walks and I am working on getting some balance back. With neuropathy and no toes its a bit of a chore.
I hope whatever family difficulties you had been resolved.
All the best,
Hi Rob, Thank you You should give it a go there great fun the best of both worlds.
Glad to hear you are doing well after your opp mate. The Wife's opp went well but she is still off work at the moment. Hoping to go back next month.
Hi All, Thank you
The shallow is doing well getting some algae as the lights are on for 12 hours a day.I have 7 sticklebacks and one Neon from the Grandsons tank in there now Found the sticklebacks in a stream 5mins from home There great fun to watch
Couple of photos
One big concern its not in my Man cave.
It has that something about it and you just want to keep looking into it.
Hi All, Thank you Keith
A short video
What a great little video well worth watching.
Perfect Roy - like a piece just taken home from a little stream
Is the mimosa growing in the water?
Brilliant Roy the sticklebacks are ace and bring back childhood memories.
It looks so nice!
Hi Evelyn , Thank you The Mimosa is the aquatic one Aeschynomene fluitans. Wonderful looking plant I know its an aquatic plant but grows well hanging over the outside of the tank with the roots on the old stem in the water if the new stem touches damp soil or water it will root. I have found if I leave the hole stem in water parts start to root well then get top growth and grow well at the start. Then as the plant moves over the water the old roots die off of get clogged with algae then the leaves die above Strange things plants
Hi All This project has come to an end went on holiday and things got out of hand Stickelbacks were moved to my friends mums pond the Neon went into there tank with there Neon's before I left plus I turned the filter off
It looks shocking Last photos Now on to the next project