Photo #1 - A Fishtank Looks Like Australia....

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40 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - a Fishtank looks like Australia....

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Country: Austria
Description: the Australien Fish Tank
Advice: comming soon....
Fish Kept: 1 Pärchen Sturisomatichthys spec. Kolumbien 1 1 Sturisomatichthys spec. Kolumbien 1 17 Pseudomugil furcatus 30 Hummelgarnelen 20 White Pearls 20 Yellow fire Garnelen
Corals/Plants: 2 Stk Anubias barteri var nana 9 Stk Cladophora aegagropila 4 Stk Cryptocoryne x willisii 8 Stk Cryptocoryne walkerii 4 Stk Cryptocoryne beckettii 2 Stk Hygrophila corymbosa kompakt 15 Stk Vallisneria spiralis 4 Stk Javamoos and Chrismas moos 3 Stk Vallisneria gigantea
Tank Size: 40 gallons
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Hallo aus Berlin, dein Becken ist echt toll! Kann nur gratulieren. Lieben Gruß von einem Ex-Wiener. fish avatar
no way thats a 40 breeder fish avatar
best tank ever fish avatar
wow that is a very beeautiful tank!! i like the fact that you have lots of plants but also that there is a lot of open space for the fish to swim. very nice! fish avatar
very nice indeed like it alot fish avatar

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