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Photo Caption: my tank as it is now. 6 months old. sorry about the poor picture quality!
200 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my tank as it is now. 6 months old. sorry about the poor picture quality!

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 200l tank. 2 x T5 plant pro lights aquis 1050 external filter spray bar just below water line and aimed up to ripple surface. Air pump Been set up 6 months
Advice: look after the water and the fish look after themselves
Fish Kept: 1 Festivus 2 black lace angels zebra and leopard danios harlaquins glow lights 3 khuli loach 3 clown loach 2 opaline gourami 2 blood red drawf gourami 2 gold gourami 1 large plec 1 neon
Corals/Plants: java fern on bog wood anubias on bog wood amazon sword Lindernia rotundifolia large silk plant
Tank Size: 200 gallons
About Yourself: I am a small animal vet that also treats koi. Not had a decent tank for a while due to uni and lack of space. Now back with even more enthusiasJ. just got a 4ft 210l tank, Going to have some sort of Afircan cichlids, undecided as yet. so watch this space. Open to any suggestions!

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i suggest you get Frontosa if your still looking for african cichlids and by the way great tank fish avatar

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