Photo #4 - This Is My Tank Its Crystal Clear Cause Of The Fx...

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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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Hi Folksie,,,beautiful tank u have there. What are the orange and black fish? Cichlids? They look awesome!! Do the cichlids chew up the amazon swords and crytos plants? Looking for more plant options. fish avatar

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