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Photo Caption: Biorb 60 drilled through bottom to fluval 106 canister filter, inline heater, LED intelligent lighting. Java ferns, various anubias. Two fantail goldfish, Tiny Bristlenose plec.
15 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Biorb 60 drilled through bottom to fluval 106 canister filter, inline heater, LED intelligent lighting. Java ferns, various anubias. Two fantail goldfish, Tiny Bristlenose plec.

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Country: Great Britain
Description: Biorb 60 drilled through bottom to fluval 106 canister filter, inline heater, LED intelligent lighting. Java ferns, various anubias. Two fantail goldfish, Tiny Bristlenose plec.
Advice: it is more important to actually enjoy your hobby than to become a slave to it. Its ok to go backwards and downgrade if you find its sucking the life out of you. I have done everything from reef tanks to ponds and most things in between and now i love my goldfish.
Fish Kept: Fantail Goldfish, Bristle-nose Catfish
Corals/Plants: Java ferns Anubias
Tank Size: 15 gallons
About Yourself: Started at the age of 12 with a 2'6" tropical tank and some books and taught myself. Progressed to 5' marine Fish only, 7' F.O.W.L.R and a few shrimps, 20" reef cube with refugium auto top up and chiller, traded reefing for two children, moved house and now have a 4000l pond with anoxic filter and shubunkins and the modified Biorb. Next project 30" planted goldie cube.

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Hi, I would like to know how you drilled your biorb. It didn't crack or anything? Sounds like a good idea fish avatar
I like the plants in this aquarium. it looks natural! fish avatar

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