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Thread: A couple of shots of my baby Ceph tank

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    A couple of shots of my baby Ceph tank

    I've recently tidied up my baby ceph tank, so took a few pics.

    The plants on the left are "Big Boy", centre are typicals and right are 'Hummer's Giants'. I've decided to dedicate this tank as a ceph display tank, so not worried about segregation of named/cultivar plants:


    These are the typicals and 'Hummer's Giants"

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    I don't know if it's just my computer, but I can't see the pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devon.B View Post
    I don't know if it's just my computer, but I can't see the pics.
    Is anyone else having this problem? I can see them on my computer and they are hosted on my own webspace, so shouldn't be an issue with bandwidth.

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    I can see them. Looks nice. Will be nice to see how it becomes one year later.

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    Wow, can't wait til they grow up! Are those little dews I see for a little more dimension too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thez_yo View Post
    Wow, can't wait til they grow up! Are those little dews I see for a little more dimension too?
    The Drosera that you see is Drosera auriculata red form. There is also some Drosera pulchella, though are so tiny that you'd need a magnifying glass to see them and there's some Utricularia monanthos in there, so it's truly and Australian tank.

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    How many gallons is this? I see you employed the used of drainage balls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    How many gallons is this? I see you employed the used of drainage balls.
    I'm not sure of the volume, it's 18"W x 12"H. I have a layer of LECA in the base, then a layer of semi-permeable membrane (weed membrane) then Moorland Gold as the growing medium.

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