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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 'L' shaped 190l aquarium 36x36x12x16 Custom built 2 x 24w t5 tubes in each light (only 1 bulb in each used) Substrates: Dorset pea gravel and Eco-complete. Divided by slate fencing. 1 x aquamanta efx400 canister filter Black cardboard backing
Advice: Don't over complicate things to begin with, and don't rush it! It is a piece of art that will grow and evolve over time! Seek advice on forums before you start. There are a lot of people out there that know their stuff - but beware of the few that don't!! If algae hits don't just wait for it to "go away" Do something about it!
Fish Kept: 2 x Angels 5 x cherry barbs 6 x Rummynose tetra 2 x Bristlenose plecko 3 x Otto's 5 x Hatchet fish 1 x Red tailed shark 3 x Cory's 1 x Siamese algae eater
Corals/Plants: Live ones under the lights Fakes in the apex
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: If at first you don't succeed...
About Yourself: A mate introduced me to fish keeping 5 years ago. I've learnt a hell of a lot since!
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