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Photo Caption: 100 litre tank, heavily planted primarily set up for 3 pairs of Apistogramma. Also home to pair of Ancistrus. Bog wood and plants all real - six caves, subtrate is a mix of aquarium sand and coral sand (to buffer).
20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 100 litre tank, heavily planted primarily set up for 3 pairs of Apistogramma. Also home to pair of Ancistrus. Bog wood and plants all real - six caves, subtrate is a mix of aquarium sand and coral sand (to buffer).

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Heavily planted - mix of various plants so that Apisto's feel safe and can develop their own terriroties with half a dozen caves. Both pairs have have spawned. Plenty of bogwood, java ferns on bogwood, salvinia natins to help keep phosphate down. 3 foot clearseal tank, Red CO2 injection system, 30w lighting, fluval 104 external canister filter.
Advice: Do plenty of reading and you can never ask too many questions. Try and make sure your fish are tank mate and your water conditions compatible.
Fish Kept: Pair of Ancistrus - female L144, male L182. Pair of Apisto Agazzi, pair of Apisto Macmasteri. Planning to add A. baenschi when I can find a nice pair.
Corals/Plants: Too many to remember - some common staples but favourites have to be the Java Ferns.
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: Bunch a slackjawed faggots around here. This stuff will make you a goddamned Sexual Tyrannosaurus, just like me.
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