Photo #2 - 4ft African Tank - Freshwater To Brackish To Mari...

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Country: Australia
Description: Aqua One Windsor 88 Corner Tank. Eheim Pro3 electronic external canister filter. 150watt Metal Halide. 300w Hydor Inline heater. 45 kgs of limestone. Red Sea Reef Base for substrate.
Advice: Do a minimum 30% water change once a week. Never Overfeed. Feed a variety of foods such as pellets, flakes, spirulina and frozen foods. Buy a Gravel Cleaner. READ, READ, READ, READ and READ
Fish Kept: Freshwater to brackish to Marines
Corals/Plants: Assortment if corals, inverts, and plants
Tank Size: 82 gallons
Quote: How many people really use water conditioner?
About Yourself: I am 17 I work at an aquarium store I enjoy reading up on the species that i keep I hate people who refuse to take advice

COMMENTS

Quality moori fish avatar
great tank overall, one of the best I've seen.. fish avatar
Is your blue dolphin agressive its very nice? fish avatar
wow... great tank and fish... your moorii is awesome... fish avatar
very nice fish you should be proud fish avatar
No its not a flowerhorn, it's a lake malawi african, "Cyt. Moorii", aka blue dolphin fish avatar
cool tank i know its an african tank but is that a big flowerhorn to the right, or what is it? looks cool. fish avatar

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