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Country: Australia
Description: Min Jiang 285 litre/75 gallon tank. 4 foot/120 cm width, 67 cm high, 47 cm deep. Aqua one 300 watt heater. 3 x 30 watt fluros in hood. Powerhead with filtration in hood. Extra filtration media added.
Advice: CARE for your fish and plants! Don't just get it roughly right and hope for the best. Research everything you introduce to your tank.
Fish Kept: 3 x cobalt blue cichlid; 1 electric yellow; 1 peacock; 1 moorii; 2 x bristlenose pleco (male and female); 1 chinese algae eater; 1 flying fox. Some fish left over from my first tank - 1 kribensis (male); 1 festive cichlid; 2 x two spot barb; 2 x serpae tetra; one black widow; a few neons and glowlights.
Corals/Plants: Anubius in pots; java fern; crypt; Water Wysteria; Vallisenaria; Lace Fern (on surface)
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Count your blessings, not your stressings!
About Yourself: I am a professional opera and electronic music composer. Now 51 years old, I have been keeping tropical fish, on and off, since I was ten. They are very life - affirming. :-)

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