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Old 14-03-2013, 10:00 AM   #1
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just to share my simple planted tank for my 5ft discus and angel. just added in 40pc of XL size rummy.. plants are only crpyt and a-sword plant and ferns

here the video of the rummy playing in the plantation.

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Old 14-03-2013, 11:51 AM   #2
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I love rummy nose tetras but do they get attacked by the discus?
I feel that the landscape looks a bit flat, have you experimented with some gradual slope or a cluster of different height plants to break the monotony of the flat ground?
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where do u buy the XL rummy and the price?
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I love rummy nose tetras but do they get attacked by the discus?
I feel that the landscape looks a bit flat, have you experimented with some gradual slope or a cluster of different height plants to break the monotony of the flat ground?
Rummy nose are very fast swimmers compared to cardinal. Discus can't catch them.
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Rummy nose are very fast swimmers compared to cardinal. Discus can't catch them.
not necessary, bro. rummies stay very still and at the bottom when resting. esp at nights. that's when a smart discus can strike.
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nice rummys!! love to see them school too in a big enough tank..
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