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240g Mixed Reef Tank
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39 gallonpressurized CO2low lighting
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8000g fish only
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After umpteen trips to various stores for lighting plants fish and such plus equally umpteen deliveries from Amazon for hardware test kits etc this is where I am right now with my new tank  I wanted to create a possible scene from a lake bed in which the fish will have plenty of hiding places and hopefully feel at ease with their comfort being my first priority but I tried to balance that with a sort of purposely unkemptwild look to everything without looking like no thought was given to it which I found is harder to do than it sounds even though I used all artificial plants but everything else is real including the driftwood riverbed gravel and rocksIts still cycling just a bit so its a little cloudy but I figured its clear enough to show enough detail to go ahead and grab a picture of itVisible in this one are a flame dwarf gourami some kind of yellowandblackandorange platy that I think might be pregnant another yellowandorange platy two Bolivians rams several zebra danios neon black tetras a baby rainbow fish a couple of mollies and some guppies  I have no idea where the hillstream loach is though but hes still in there somewhere
Photo Caption: After umpteen trips to various stores for lighting, plants, fish and such, plus equally umpteen deliveries from Amazon for hardware, test kits, etc., this is where I am right now with my new tank. I wanted to create a possible scene from a lake bed in which the fish will have plenty of hiding places and hopefully feel at ease, with their comfort being my first priority, but I tried to balance that with a sort of purposely unkempt/wild look to everything (without looking like no thought was given to it, which I found is harder to do than it sounds), even though I used all artificial plants (but everything else is real, including the driftwood, riverbed gravel and rocks). It\'s still cycling just a bit, so it\'s a little cloudy, but I figured it\'s clear enough to show enough detail to go ahead and grab a picture of it. Visible in this one are a flame dwarf gourami, some kind of yellow-and-black-and-orange platy that I think might be pregnant, another yellow-and-orange platy, two Bolivians rams, several zebra danios, neon black tetras, a baby rainbow fish, a couple of mollies and some guppies. I have no idea where the hillstream loach is, though, but he\'s still in there somewhere. :)
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My Blue Tang
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Username: Steles
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My hillstream loach chowing down on some driftwood Theres also a very motionblurred dwarf rainbow fish trying to get a closer look at it
Photo Caption: My hillstream loach chowing down on some driftwood. There\'s also a (very motion-blurred) dwarf rainbow fish trying to get a closer look at it.
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My Goni Garden
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