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German Blue Ram Pair1641 views5 comments06/02/05 at 10:29Karen: Gorgeous
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SAE's582 views1 comments06/02/05 at 10:28Karen: Wish I could get my Camera to work that well
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Solo Dancer535 views1 comments06/02/05 at 10:24Karen: Great Picture
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1414 views2 comments05/30/05 at 14:41Betsy: Wow- very grassy! If only my 50 gal turned out th...
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Anubias Coffeefolia419 viewsThis looks remarkably similar to the regular anubias nana. It does have the most impressive root structure of all the plants I received, and if I had to bet which plant was going to be the most successful in the tank, I'd bank on this one.2 comments05/30/05 at 14:36Betsy: From my limited experience with the anubias, I'd s...
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Cana478 viewsCana climbing on driftwood. This shot was taken in macro mode, shutter speed 1.10, aperture 2.0, no flash, hand-held. Cropped in Photoshop, cloned out part of a rock that was blown, USM applied.3 comments05/27/05 at 08:43mamaschild: WOW....he doesn't look like he's in the water. GR...
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2457 views5 comments05/27/05 at 07:37brad: Love how the plants don`t look like they were `pla...
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Julidochromis transciptus553 views3 comments05/24/05 at 10:00mamaschild: VERY Purty
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Julidochromis transciptus553 views3 comments05/23/05 at 17:25roseh: Thanks!
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Julidochromis transciptus553 views3 comments05/23/05 at 15:56kennyman: one of the nicest looking freshwater fish I have s...
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Anubias Coffeefolia419 viewsThis looks remarkably similar to the regular anubias nana. It does have the most impressive root structure of all the plants I received, and if I had to bet which plant was going to be the most successful in the tank, I'd bank on this one.2 comments05/23/05 at 04:56Megan: These plants look great. I am also trying low ligh...
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Cana478 viewsCana climbing on driftwood. This shot was taken in macro mode, shutter speed 1.10, aperture 2.0, no flash, hand-held. Cropped in Photoshop, cloned out part of a rock that was blown, USM applied.3 comments05/23/05 at 04:30phoebe: This is a superb shot! I like all your photos.
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