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Country: United Kingdom
Description: i have a rio 300, so 300 liter tank i have 50kg worth of ocean rock for filtration i have a fluval fx5 with a fluval 304 externals linked into a 6watt uv. i have standard lighting but i added another one of the manufacters light units to it to make it a little bit brighter
Advice: work at an aquatic retail shop the discount helps alot!
Fish Kept: 3 yellow labs, 1 red zebra, marbled peacock, blue peacock, red peacock, 1 johanni, 1 venestus, 1 rusty chiclid, 7 clown loach, 5 golden nuggets, 1 bristel nose catfish, 1 leuipi, 2 fullenborni, 1 experatus, 1 dolphin, 1 albino zebra, 2 frontsa, and others
Corals/Plants: couple of amazon swords, anubius, cryptos and jarva ferns only the aquatic ones will do
Tank Size: 66 gallons
Quote: u know this!
About Yourself: well i work at an aquatic shop at the moment so i have upgraded to this tank i have had all types of fish from goldfish to tetras, discus, chiclids and marines but i find malawis the best. i have had fish for about 6-7 years so far

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Nice tank. Have the africans bothered the Amazon sword and crypto plants? fish avatar

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