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Old 01-05-2005, 02:19 AM
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well i think that i may actually be able to post some pictures here...we will see...just got a digital camera so i need to try it out....

this first pic is a picture of the cube tank a built a while back that has 4 pumilio in it...this is the tank lit by 475 watts of light....overkill? maybe...
[img]http://photobucket.com/albums/v229/secret_creek/?action=view&current=DSCN0004_2.jpg

i want to try just this first pic to see if it works....if it does i have some pics of some other projects to share.....the pumilio just graced me witha clutch yesterday......[/img]
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Old 01-05-2005, 02:20 AM
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ugh...i tried so hard too....any suggestions on how to make this work??? yes i am a dolt....
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Your so close...just re-arrange the img code so that it looks like this

[img]yourimagelocation.jpg[/img]
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Old 01-05-2005, 02:25 AM
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[img]http://photobucket.com/albums/v229/secret_creek/DSCN0004_2.jpg
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It says your account is private...maybe change some things with photobucket.
I guess I made it too easy to be true

Under account options make sure everything is set to 'yes.'
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Old 01-05-2005, 02:27 AM
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why am i so helpless? sorry to wast the bandwidth with my ignorance....
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GRRR I don't know why it isn't working.
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I saw the pics with some cutting and pasting!

Great shots I love the last tank with the moss growing over the leaves.
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what do I need to do so I can view the pic
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well darn.... i give up..for now....any insights... i changed the deal to public....cant figure it out but that does not surprise me...
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Ben...I love your tank! I especially like the depth that you created with the logs and plants.
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Well Done Ben, But what do you do about drainage?
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i dont have any!!! ....actually have the ballasts under the tank and it seems to help evaporate the collected water....the tank is completely sealed and misting is minimal....it has been set up for 4 1/2 months now and i might have to siphon a bit out some time but not for a while. It doesnt get too fogged up thanks to two decent sized fans that do a good job of cooling the lights which are two 175 watt mh and two 55 watt CFs....that greenish tint on the logs is algae of some sort but i have not had that grow on driftwood until the use of uberlight.....the metal halides come on somewhat randomly throughout the day....frogs are four "bruno" pumilio....ben



oh big thanks to David for making the picture work!!!!! thanks!!!!!
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oh about the drainage, i guess i should have said that there is no false bottom, but there is an inch and a half or so of coarse grade charcoal under the chunky soil mix.....
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looks great Ben! are those blinds in the viv?

j/k....i think :lol:

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