Photo #2 - This Is A Paludarium I Made For My Betta Fish In ...

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Photo Caption: This is a paludarium I made for my betta fish in a 20-gallon high tank. The front part is about 2.5 gallons, and the back is the land section, where I've planted a variety of different carnivorous plants. :) I actually rigged up the gargoyle to be the outflow for my small canister filter.
freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my Lord of the Rings aquarium, 90 gallons, home to guppies, tetras, rosy barbs, a tiger pleco, kuhli loaches, and freshwater clams. Yes, that is the One Ring on the bottom, highlighted with a red light.
planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is a paludarium I made for my betta fish in a 20-gallon high tank. The front part is about 2.5 gallons, and the back is the land section, where I've planted a variety of different carnivorous plants. :) I actually rigged up the gargoyle to be the outflow for my small canister filter.

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State: Pennsylvania
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Stunning! Well done! :) fish avatar
wow i was wanting to start something like that but i wouldnt have the slightest idea where to start. you have a beautiful set up there, you should give me some advice on how to do that fish avatar
you made all that for a betta! looks great! fish avatar
AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HOW DID YOU "RIG UP" THE FILTER TO THE GARGOYLE? fish avatar
amazing paludarium! In all my ideas I never thought to do a retaining wall type setup clearly separating the two systems. did you lay and grout that wall yourself? what's the tank dimensions? fish avatar

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