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Our New Discus Tank - X

by George J. Reclos

If anybody was wondering what carbon dioxide and light can do for the plants, he can take a close look at those picture. Bear in mind that those two pictures were taken from the same spot only 5 days apart. You may also see the huge leaves of N.lotus (more than 20 cm in length)

New additions (kind donations by fellow hobbyists) add some color and "volume" in the tank.

The shaded area of the tank. The Nymphaea lotus produces new leaves at an astonishing rate. Regular pruning is necessary to prevent those leaves from reaching the water surface.

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