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Hey guys, just want to update you that I got one more 20lb EcoComplete substrate and did some plant rearranging heres the photos

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This is my betta tank currently.

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Had to take out the moss ball from my Goldfish tank because they pretty much completely messed it up. I had to put it in the Betta tank to let it grow back again.

The prefilter sponge is expected to arrive from July 20 - July 25

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looks awesome, what kind of pleco is that?

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Looks very nice :)

I do believe the lucky bamboo is not a true aquatic plant however, and it will rot while completely submerged!so keep and eye on them so to avoid any disastrous effects on your water ;)

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Very nice tank and like Shellbell said the bamboo's arent Aquatic :(

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Yeah guys, I really think that my lucky bamboo are lucky after all. The leaves were starting to turn brown a week ago and it suddenly came back to life.

I don't really think my lucky bamboo is 100% lucky bamboo. It might be a hybrid.

Another great news is I got an iPad 64 GB for 4G LTE. We already purchased online and I'm going to pick it up Satuarday. Can't wait for new features and try out kokos on my iPad

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Most of those plants are not acuatic plants...take a look through internet ´cause they are going to pass away soon or later but they will do...

In your betta tank, as you can see, those plants are semi acuatic, that means that they can live with the sustrate wet but not under the water all the time (and those plants, yours, are turning brown because of that)...

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Yeah I've heard about Mondo Grass not being a fully aquatic plant. I planning to get another plant soon. Petsmart mislabeled their plants incorrectly which got my frustrated.

The pre-filter sponge is going to arrive today from shipment. Can't wait to see my Betta's fins heal

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Beautiful tank and fish!

Angel, that pleco is an albino bristlenose pleco, some people also call them brushy nose pleco.

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It's looking good! I'm loving the plants!

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wow I love it I didn't know bamboo can go underwater can I jut take the one from my living room and put it into my aquarium?

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wow I love it I didn't know bamboo can go underwater can I jut take the one from my living room and put it into my aquarium?

It is not totally aquatic, just semi. Fully submersed it will rot and die eventually. It needs to be placed in such a way that the leaves are out of the water. Some people have kept bamboo in their filters with success :)

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oh interesting so the ones in this tank will eventually die that's sad... With that said this tank is really beautiful

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Got your guys message.

I've switched the CO2 to Seachem Flourish Excel. I got the excel last night with my Feiyue shoes that I purchased along too!!

The bamboo are somewhat thriving and look very healthy. I think they "catch" for air when I do water changes.

Also, the plants on the right have grown dramtically as I can compare to the picture. My pleco is bigger too.

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