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Posted by hecktick_punker on May 05, 2003 at 13:40:34:
In Reply to: Pictures of my tincs posted by Homer1 on May 05, 2003 at 10:37:12:
Left is some small peperomia species and on the right is a seleaginella species. The peperomia spreads like mad and I've been trimming it back every week. Its kind of a cool plant because out of the one bunch that I got two different color varients seem to be growing. The one in the picture is a bright yellow-green and the leaves stay very small, one quarter to half an inch. On the other side of my tank I neglected to trim it back a long time ago and its produced some 1 to 2 inch long dark green leaves. Talk to you later,
:Nice looking frogs, and nice tank. What is that growing on the log on the left side? It looks like there are two separate plants there, but I can't ID them. They look pretty cool.
::I took a two pictures of my dwarf cobalt tincs the other day and thought I would share them. My digital camera is old and unfortunatly doesn't zoom.