Photo #2 - I Love Looking At Aquariums From The Side. Here ...

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Photo Caption: I love looking at aquariums from the side. Here is my 150 from the right side. At 6 feet long it looks sooooo deep!
150 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My 150 at about 2 months of age.
fish tank picture - I love looking at aquariums from the side. Here is my 150 from the right side. At 6 feet long it looks sooooo deep!
freshwater fish - puntius sp. - odessa barb stocking in 150 gallons tank - Part of my school of Odessa barbs

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State: Massachusetts
Country: United States
Description: Freshwater tank with large locally collected driftwood pieces. The largest log would not fit in a 125, weighs about 50 lbs. and took two people to place in the tank safely. 150 gallon glass tank in oak cabinet and canopy. Rena and Cascade canister filters with mechanical, chemical and biological media. JBJ Aqualighting HO florescent fixtures.
Advice: Rule number one - Don't overfeed. Rule number two through ten - Don't overfeed. Rule number eleven - learn the nitrogen cycle and add livestock slowly.
Fish Kept: Odessa barbs (Pethia padamya) Clown Barbs (Puntius everetti) Turquoise rainbowfish (Melanotaenia lacustris) Clown Loaches (Chromobotia macracanthus)
Corals/Plants: Amazon swords Java fern Java moss Wisteria
Tank Size: 150 gallons
About Yourself: Degree in Marine Biology, Science Teacher and long-past president of the Worcester Aquarium Society. Yes, I am exactly that much of a geek.

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