Photo #1 - Green Scat.... Wicked Fish!!!! And The Parrot Fi...

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Photo Caption: green scat.... wicked fish!!!! and the parrot fish .
freshwater fish - scatophagus argus - green scat stocking in 37 gallons tank - green scat.... wicked fish!!!! and the parrot fish .
37 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - ive got more to do to it yet!!!!!

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: tank = fish r fun triangular tank Aquarium Dim: 109 x 78 x 62 cm / 43 x 31 x 24.5 inch (L X D X H) Cabinet Dim: 109 x 78 x 71cm / 43 x 31 x 28 inch (L x D x H) Capacity: 167L / 44 US Ga. Input: 220-240Vac 50Hz Watt: Less than 42W Lamp: 2 x T5 13W Fluorescent Lamp Tubes... uv sterilizer and 2 fish r fun 12v underwater lights.
Advice: av fun!!!!!!!
Fish Kept: x4 melanochromis auratus x2 neolamprologus tretocephalus x2 scats x1 parrot fish x3 pseudotropheus tropheops x3 blue zebra x3 malawi (not sure of there name) x2 humbug catfish x2 plecs
Corals/Plants: white rocks and 1 teracota pot cut in half for a couple of caves.
Tank Size: 37 gallons
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Green Scat... very nice... here in AUS pretty rare in some places fish avatar

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