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Re: aquascaping the front corners
>From: "Roger S. Miller" <rgrmill at rt66_com>
>Subject: aquascaping the front corners
>While working on one of my tanks just now I found myself short on ideas
>for aquascaping the front corners of the tank. In this particular tank,
>the front corners are heavily shaded, which seems to be a special problem.
>I have problems in my other tanks as well, trying to find appropriate
>plants and good things to do in the front corners. What do y'all do
>there? What about the special case of heavily shaded corners?
I found that Anubias nana does very well at the front corners. It looks
nice too, and doesn't mind the shade. In fact, it has less (or no) algae
on the leaves, due to the shade.
Hoa G. Nguyen
Freshwater Planted Aquarium: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Hills/2637/