72" x 22" x 18" - 1 - Fluval 403, 1 - Filstar XP3, Ebo - jager heaters 1 - 200 watt, 1 - 250 watt and a powerhead.
1 - Decorated Syno (Synodontis Decorus) 1 - Angel Catfish (Synodontis Angelicus) 1 - Featherfin (Synodontis Eupterus) 1 - Synodontis Ocellifer 1 - Synodontis Petricola 1- Hoplo Catfish (Hoplosternum thoracatum) 1 - Sailfin Pleco (Glyptoperichthys gibbiceps) 10 - Clown Loaches 4 - Pakistani Loach (Botia Almorhae) 1 - Quenn Loach (Botia Dario) 4 - Bala Sharks 1 - Redtail Shark 2 - Threadfin Acaras (M/F) 1 - Blue Dolphin (Cyrtocara moorii) 1 - Pseudotropheus Polit 1 - Neolamprologus Leleupi 1 - Cyphotilapia Frontosa (6 Stripe M) 1 - Tropheus Duboisi 2 - Otopharynx Lithobates (Sulpher Crest M/F) 1 - Mbuna Zebra Unknown (See pic, tell me if you know what it is)
I used to have 6 tanks and 2 ponds on the go but i had to move. i'm down to my 120G now. Have you ever seen a 2000G pond in someone's basement?
There is nothing more beautiful than a thriving saltwater tank, but these tanks can be expensive to set up and maintain.
Starting a new tank can be time-consuming, especially if you have to choose all of your own equipment.
Also known as oto cats, otocinclus catfish are some of the smallest aquarium fish out there and also some of the best algae eaters.