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Photo Caption: My new freshwater tropical aquarium with live plants and roman ruins. Will get more plants and fish when the tank has cycled a bit more.
35 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My new freshwater tropical aquarium with live plants and roman ruins. Will get more plants and fish when the tank has cycled a bit more.

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Country: Australia
Description: My tank is L80xH44xW36cm or about that. It is a resun dm800 which includes under gravel filter but have converted it to a normal power filter, 2x 24watt lights and resun heater.
Advice: regular water changes, testing and vacuming seems to work for me.
Fish Kept: 3x melanochromis maingano, 1 electric yellow, 2x syndontis ocellifer, 2xclown loches, 3x rainbow sharks and 1 pictus catfish.
Corals/Plants: various live plants not sure of the names, lets see if i can keep them alive! hehe
Tank Size: 35 gallons
About Yourself: I had some goldfish when i was a teenager for a while then lost interest. Recently i went to bangkok and visited siam underwaterworld which rekindled my interest in fish. Hope to set up a marine tank with coral one day.

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