Kaszper János
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Astonishing, half-animal, half-plant - Elysia chlorotica, a bright green, solar-powered, algae-slurping sea slug - green, ocean, sea, nature, photography

Astonishing, half-animal, half-plant - Elysia chlorotica, a bright green, solar-powered, algae-slurping sea slug - green, ocean, sea, nature, photography

Bonsai Pine

Bonsai Pine

DIY Aquaponics

DIY Aquaponics

Shrimp: neocaridina davidi color and grade guide Similar to the famous guide for caridina shrimp, but this one is for neocaridina (aka cherry shrimps). Enjoy!

Shrimp: neocaridina davidi color and grade guide Similar to the famous guide for caridina shrimp, but this one is for neocaridina (aka cherry shrimps). Enjoy!

Emulates a piece of a dry river surrounded by trees. ;)

Emulates a piece of a dry river surrounded by trees. ;)

2013 AGA Aquascaping Contest - Entry #513

2013 AGA Aquascaping Contest - Entry #513

2013 AGA Aquascaping Contest - Entry #513

2013 AGA Aquascaping Contest - Entry #513

For tips and online plant shopping: aquescaping.com

For tips and online plant shopping: aquescaping.com

shrimps valley, www.romanholba.cz [but why have such a nice hardscape if you were just going to cover it up?]

shrimps valley, www.romanholba.cz [but why have such a nice hardscape if you were just going to cover it up?]

Halfmoon Betta: The Halfmoon is a very desirable tail type. It is characterized by having the full 180 degree spread when flared, forming a "D" shape with straight edging. Dorsal and anal fins are also dramatically larger than those on other fin types. HMs are prone to tail-biting and fin damage...HMs often feel hampered down by their fins. http://betta-plakat.blogspot.com/2011_06_01_archive.html

Halfmoon Betta: The Halfmoon is a very desirable tail type. It is characterized by having the full 180 degree spread when flared, forming a "D" shape with straight edging. Dorsal and anal fins are also dramatically larger than those on other fin types. HMs are prone to tail-biting and fin damage...HMs often feel hampered down by their fins. http://betta-plakat.blogspot.com/2011_06_01_archive.html