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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Trigon 350 view some of my other tanks
Advice: Keep it clean! I do 45-50% water changes every week without fail. Also over filter your tanks as much as you can, I put twice the filtration recommended, it keeps the water cleaner, safer and more movement, If you can afford another filter theres no disadvantage
Fish Kept: Theres a few too many to list in my tanks now but basically, Male Only Aulonocara and Haps - Cichlids
Corals/Plants: Plastic Plants, Ive never been a big fan of real plants.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: Always a Pleasure, Never a Chore
About Yourself: Im am a 22 year old young man who is currently setting up a business setting up and maintaining aquariums in the north west of England.

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nice show tank and fish pics. how do u like the corner tank? fish avatar
very nice. fish avatar
nice tank like the fish how do u keep it soo clean write back fish avatar
Thanks, The filtration used to be an Aquaclear 70 iwth a filter a Fluval 3+ Internal a Fluval 406 and a TetraTec EX1200, the filtration is now 2 x TetraTec EX1200 and the Aquaclear without the filter on for surface movement, there is no visable filtration now and the tank looks far better. fish avatar
great tank, whats the filteration on this? fish avatar

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