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Photo Caption: Heres my tank it hasn't been going long but I like it so far. Backing is done with slate tiles from the hardware shop. I siliconed them inside the tank. After a year they dont look as nice anymore as they are covered in algae, but still quite nice. Baby fish like to hide in the cracks and survive quite well. New platys are always turning up.
freshwater fish - puntius conchonius - rosy barb stocking in 50 gallons tank - My phychotic rosey barbs!
50 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Heres my tank it hasn't been going long but I like it so far. Backing is done with slate tiles from the hardware shop. I siliconed them inside the tank. After a year they dont look as nice anymore as they are covered in algae, but still quite nice. Baby fish like to hide in the cracks and survive quite well. New platys are always turning up.

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Country: Australia
Description: 4ft diy C02 diy background
Fish Kept: cardinals, scissortails, rosey barbs, clown loaches, mollies, platys.
Corals/Plants: java moss, java fern, foxtail, and anything I can keep alive.
Tank Size: 50 gallons

COMMENTS

How did you do that background? Looks great. fish avatar
like ur backing fish avatar
interesting fish avatar

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