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Re: [APD] Plantless Aquascapes

Re: bristlenose - agreed. Lots of folks migrate fish between tanks though,

But this does not negate a wonderful hardscape, does it?  With
algaecide/excel/capping the substrate/scrubbing the hardscape and with
regular plantless maintenance, how is the maturity of the tank relevant?

Isn't this the appeal of a non-planted, light-for-fish-only tank?

(Original message got lost on the internets.)

On Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 2:01 PM, Stuart Halliday <stuart at mytriops_com>wrote:

> On 16/08/2011 20:20, carlo wrote:
>> I think water is necessary for an "aquascape" vs a "landscape."
>> You may have seen this wonderful plantless (but with fish) tank from ADG.
>>  I
>> think this is still totally an aquascape without the fish:
>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?**v=E5-1_uTPTxo<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5-1_uTPTxo>
> Can't see that albino bristlenose surviving long in that tiny tank....
> As usual, these display tanks are never kept up for more than a couple of
> months.
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