Photo #2 - Full Shot Of The Tank - Venustus, Frontosa, Demas...

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Country: Australia
Description: 4ft Tank with pine cabinet and hood. Twin HO T5 Reflector with Marine Glo Tube. AquaOne 2200 Canister Filter and inline 18w UV. 3000Lph Wavemaker, and Fluval 300w Heater. Crushed Coral as Substrate, and Lava Rocks, Driftwood and a few artificial plants and Background
Advice: Read ask questions, and take your time.
Fish Kept: Venustus, Frontosa, Demasoni, Electric Yellow, Electric Blue, Peacocks, Red Empress, Red Zebra, Kingsizie, Flavus, Sailfin Pleco and Bristlenose. Plan on a C.Moori and a few more Fronts, but waiting on the 6x2x2 in near future.
Corals/Plants: All fake
Tank Size: 65 gallons

COMMENTS

nice tank fella, rocks look stunning. fish avatar
Hey Zackoz...no worries,Love the tank setup,looks very natural...cheers. fish avatar
wow, your tank is probably the best iv'e ever seen!! jealous much?! fish avatar
I think your tank is really cool. I love the Frontosa. fish avatar
Really nice looking tank fish avatar

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