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Plants in the African tank 2




An artistic view of my Cryptocoryne willisii in my 1300 liter tank. A very difficult shot required the perfect balance of many elements and many shots.
Shot by George & John Reclos in January 2000.




A shot of one of my 3 year-old Cryptocorine willisii in my mbuna tank. The plant now covers a 40x40 cm area and slowly grows by the day. 
Photo by George & John Reclos, January 2000.




A shot of my new Hygrophila corymbosa small forest (February 2000). The tips of many Hygrophila plants are gathered together in one side of my 500 liter mbuna tank. After the redecoration of the tank with the addition of more rocks, it seemed that the right part was a little "bare". I think that when these plants grow the look of the tank will be much better (plants in the two sides of the tank and rocks in the middle).




A shot of the same Hygrophila corymbosa forest two months later (April 2000). Note the rate of growth achieved under the conditions described in the tank description.

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