Overgrown Trigon

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25 Jan 2015 15:24 - 27 Jan 2015 20:27 #1 by JustinK (Justin Kelly)
I let my Triton 190 just grow and fill out for the past while, a few months to a year possibly.
I was hoping to get better growth in the forefront, but what has happened is the Anubias have been taking over.
The Amazon sword was split and now both plants are up through the surface.
Two Anubias on the left broke free and blocked out another Amazon type which then disappeared.
I'm hoping to clean it up abit today, but don't have room for spare unless I put them in with the Royal plec in the plant free 400 litre.
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25 Jan 2015 16:16 #2 by paulcavan (Paul Gileoold)
Any trimmings going a spare

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27 Jan 2015 20:32 #3 by JustinK (Justin Kelly)
There's a 2 foot Anubia that can be separated if you want some ?
I should have a young Amazon sword growing out in my Cory tank too ? I think they're Bleheri, they were a lot shorter until they regrew.

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27 Jan 2015 21:06 #4 by Stem12 (Stephen M)
Replied by Stem12 (Stephen M) on topic Overgrown Trigon
Hey Justin,
If Paul doesn't want that 2 foot plant ill take it, i have a plan to revamp my tank soon, Only if Paul doesn't want it,

S.

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30 Jan 2015 22:08 #5 by JustinK (Justin Kelly)
I was going to split it into shorter bits as the rhizome has a few twists along it.
There's a small leaved Anubia too that I often find a detached piece floating away to find a new place to anchor.
I'm looking for some Java fern with a decent rhizome.
I used to have it in abundance but I let it go when it filled the 60L. I only have a few tiny pieces left that I'm growing on.

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29 Oct 2015 21:05 #6 by jondun101 (jondun101)
I kinda like the overgrown look. Looks more wild. If post my own before and after but the files are too big. Try this link.

www.dropbox.com/sc/zif86r8nnqbnczq/AACYTSoojTySsVo2FmE5BJmMa

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05 Nov 2015 10:43 #7 by JustinK (Justin Kelly)
That plant really took over in your tank.
I think I cut back too much, my tank is looking a bit bare now.

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