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Photo Caption: 215L (48g) Aqua One AR980 tank with 3 x Yellow Labs, 3 x Red Zebra's, 4 x Red Top Hongis, 2 x Rusty's, 4 x Saulosi, 2 x Fuelleborni & 1 x Bristlenose plec, lots of rock and crushed coral substrate.
48 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 215L (48g) Aqua One AR980 tank with 3 x Yellow Labs, 3 x Red Zebra's, 4 x Red Top Hongis, 2 x Rusty's, 4 x Saulosi, 2 x Fuelleborni & 1 x Bristlenose plec, lots of rock and crushed coral substrate.
48 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 160L Blockhead Cichlid tank, filtered with a Fluval 4+ internal creating a nice flow, crushed coral substrate with a few pebbles & slate for caves & some fake plants. 4 x Blockhead Cichlids & 1 x Bristlenose plec

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 215L (48g) Aqua One AR980 tank with 3 stage trickle filter built into the hood. 3 indivually switched lights in hood (2 fluo, 1 marine) Lots of rock with a crushed coral substrate. 160L Blockhead Cichlid tank, Fluval 4+ internal filter with a crushed coral substrate & pebbles & slates for caves
Advice: Be patient when setting up, research the fish you want (don't be afraid to ask for advice!) Regular water changes, but most of all, take time to enjoy it.
Fish Kept: 3 x Yellow Labs, 3 x Red Zebra's, 4 x Red Top Hongis, 2 x Rusty's & 4 x Saulosi, 2 x Fuelleborni & 1 x Bristlenose Plec. 4 x Blockhead Cichlids & 1 x Bristlenose plec
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 48 gallons
Quote: How much!

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