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Photo Caption: My lobster tank
53 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My lobster tank

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Country: South Africa
Description: +-200litres, 300w heater, 1 built in filter, wooden stand, covered with black leathergrain plastic sheet, 4 a.i.m flourescents, 2 pink, 2 blue. Fully custom built by yours truely.
Advice: Undergravel filters suck! ( all the crap under the gravel that is...) BEEEEG NO NO!
Fish Kept: tigerbarbs, red spot gobies , Austrailian blue lobsters, polypterus delhezi and ornitipinis, Siamese hi-fin
Corals/Plants: java fern and moss and ....some others
Tank Size: 53 gallons
Quote: If you want something done rite, you gotta do it yourself!
About Yourself: Keep fish, reptiles, salamanders, lobsters, aquatic frogs , eels, if it moves, i keep it! i build tanks when i get in the mood, do some electronics too, love fishing , and radio control aircraft, off road rc racing. like to build stuff.

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