Photo #1 - Tank Under Scaping .... Sept 2008

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164 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Tank under scaping .... Sept 2008

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Country: Malaysia
Description: 80 inch x 25 inch x 21 inch with pre-filter. Currently testing various plants for inspiration on scaping the tank. PMDD (yes daily). External sump filteration. Tank bought from cslwk
Advice: Set your goal clearly and works DIRECTLY towards it. Changing goals in between creates difficulty in almost every corner. Experience comes from patience and tests. The longer you're in the better you get. That's the truth !
Fish Kept: Puntius Denisoni, Harlequie rasbora, Espei Rasbora as main fish and other fishes.
Corals/Plants: Anubias barteri nana, rotala, UG, flame moss and some other plant on test.
Tank Size: 164 gallons
Quote: Nothing Ventured Nothing Gained
About Yourself: Kinda dragged into it by a friend after amazed by another friend's small tank. Competition winner tanks simply blew me away and pretty much like to create such beautiful nature's tank. Still a beginner ...... much much more to learn.

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