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Thread: Journal: Nano paludarium "Wabi-kusa" style...!

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    That looks so nice I want to eat it
    Regards

    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt31 View Post
    That looks so nice I want to eat it
    WEould you like fries with your wabi kusa?
    Stuart & Kate's Tanks;
    We still have multiple tanks but only 3 are running at the moment.
    Fish stocks are almost zilch.

    I used to be indecisive, but now I'm not so sure.

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    beautiful!! i love the look of the emerse lillaeopsis and ludwigia.
    Katy

    48x14x18", 200L - community planted | 50x50x50cm, 125L - south american | 33x12x16", 100L - community planted | 15L, betta

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    I know this is an old thread, but I am keen to try one of these.
    Reminds me of the moss and snail vid posted earlier.
    "AQUIS have proven on numerous occasion to have a distinct lack of humour." ~ saundo

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    By all means primero, its great fun!
    Wolfgang and i went nuts on this stuff, ive added some links below.
    It started in bowls and jars, then exoterras', custom cabinets, paullidariums in aquariums, green walls, undefigned growing corners of the houses of those who stupidly invited us in, and eventually we were scaping table tops while we spoke about breaking bad.

    http://www.aquariumlife.com.au/showt...ight=wabi+kusa

    http://www.aquariumlife.com.au/showt...ight=wabi+kusa

    http://www.aquariumlife.com.au/showt...ight=wabi+kusa

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    http://www.aquariumlife.com.au/showt...know+no+bounds

    Thankfully (to Wolf), im still addicted to this stuff and in the new store we have opted to become Australian distributors for epiweb and hygrolon, as well as bringing in a range of affordably priced official ADA Wabi-Kusa bowls and accessories.

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    Thank you for the update!
    Really appreciate you guys sharing all of this. The wife is ready to rock and roll on some of these.
    "AQUIS have proven on numerous occasion to have a distinct lack of humour." ~ saundo

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    Hell yeah, i've got a beautiful wide and shallow bowl thing somewhere downstairs that i found in the shed the other day. I'm onboard!
    I'm thinking i'll go all natives for this one. Just have to liberate the bowl from it's rightful owner
    Chris -my tank

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    Go for it guys! innitially they do best under a good lamp (6000k-10000k CFL with highest wattage you can find at bunnings/masters), with very regular misting. After a few weeks they become hardier and require less n less. Window sills are great, just beware frost :P

    Cant wait to see what you guys do!!!!

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    How did you manage the heating aspect Adrian? I assume just the heat from the lights?
    Thanks
    Laura

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    In some instances thts correct, in others the water portion is heated. It does help that our shop is full of heated aquariums for both temp and humidity though

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