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Photo Caption: 5x Burundi Frontosa 1x Sailfin Pleco 20-Odd Neon Tetras 1x Fake coral rock in centre 4x Fake plants *580x300x500mm MinJiang 'Baolai' Aquarium 90Ltrs (~23 Gallons) *2x15W Built in fluros (came with tank) *Minjiang 'R3-580' Powerhead (came with tank - states "Qmax: 1000L/h" - but am assuming 580L/h?) flowing into drip tray above which has Eheim Hollow ceramic rings on the bottom, and Filter Fibre Wool. *Fluval 205 Canister Filter - Standard sponges and (Bottom to top) *Purigen & Carbon *Matrix *Fluval Noodles (i think that's right - was 2 weeks ago now... only just installed it -lol-) *Scuba 50 - 50w heater *Gravel size is around 3mm - small white rocks *Scattered large polished pebbles
freshwater fish - cyphotilapia frontosa - frontosa cichlid stocking in 23 gallons tank - Burundi frontosa/Clown Loach and the tail of 1 of the 2 Sailfin pleco in here =)
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fish tank picture - Burundi frontosa & Yellowtail Acei above
23 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 5x Burundi Frontosa 1x Sailfin Pleco 20-Odd Neon Tetras 1x Fake coral rock in centre 4x Fake plants *580x300x500mm MinJiang 'Baolai' Aquarium 90Ltrs (~23 Gallons) *2x15W Built in fluros (came with tank) *Minjiang 'R3-580' Powerhead (came with tank - states "Qmax: 1000L/h" - but am assuming 580L/h?) flowing into drip tray above which has Eheim Hollow ceramic rings on the bottom, and Filter Fibre Wool. *Fluval 205 Canister Filter - Standard sponges and (Bottom to top) *Purigen & Carbon *Matrix *Fluval Noodles (i think that's right - was 2 weeks ago now... only just installed it -lol-) *Scuba 50 - 50w heater *Gravel size is around 3mm - small white rocks *Scattered large polished pebbles

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Country: Australia
Description: *580x300x500mm MinJiang 'Baolai' Aquarium 90Ltrs (~23 Gallons) *2x15W Built in fluros (came with tank) *Minjiang 'R3-580' Powerhead (came with tank - states "Qmax: 1000L/h" - but am assuming 580L/h?) flowing into drip tray above which has Eheim Hollow ceramic rings on the bottom, and Filter Fibre Wool. *Fluval 205 Canister Filter - Standard sponges and (Bottom to top) *Purigen & Carbon *Matrix *Fluval Noodles (i think that's right - was 2 weeks ago now... only just installed it -lol-) *Scuba 50 - 50w heater *Gravel size is around 3mm - small white rocks
Advice: Don't be lazy or impatient? I'm new too! -lol-
Fish Kept: 5x Burundi Frontosa 1x Sailfin Pleco 20-Odd Neon Tetras
Corals/Plants: 1x Fake coral rock in centre 4x Fake plants Scattered large polished pebbles
Tank Size: 23 gallons
Quote: One is never enough....
About Yourself: I got into the hobby originally because my old man had an empty tank built into the wall when he bought this new house, which had a painting covering it up. I eventually convinced him it was a good idea to put some fish in it as long as i looked after it.... This wasn't too long ago - maybe November 2007 - since then i've swapped so many different fish with mate of mine, i cant keep up! But i think i've settled with these lil Fronts - good looking lil suckers =) I have 2 tanks - the smaller 90ltr and a larger 150ltr (the one in the wall - although it LOOKS larger than 150ltrs when looking at the 90 next to it - although measurements and aquarium calculators tell me otherwise) The larger tank houses 7x clown loaches, 1x Sailfin Pleco and 2x red devils - a male and a female =)

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Nice tank! i like the colours of ur tank and the fish, good job!! fish avatar

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