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Photo Caption: -Tank size: 160cm x 60cm x 60cm- 580 Liters- Lightning: 2 x 70 Watt HQI (5000 Kelvin)- Date of set up 10.07.03 - PH 7.20Updated picture from the 08.08.03:Fishes: Phenacogrammus interruptus(Congo tetra), Otocinclus affinis and Otocinclus paulinusAlso: Caridina japonica´---------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOR MORE PICTURES CLICK ON THE URL ---------------
planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - -Tank size: 160cm x 60cm x 60cm- 580 Liters- Lightning: 2 x 70 Watt HQI (5000 Kelvin)- Date of set up 10.07.03 - PH 7.20Updated picture from the 08.08.03:Fishes: Phenacogrammus interruptus(Congo tetra), Otocinclus affinis and Otocinclus paulinusAlso: Caridina japonica´---------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOR MORE PICTURES CLICK ON THE URL ---------------

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Country: Germany
Description: -Tank size: 160cm x 60cm x 60cm- 580 Liters- Lightning: 2 x 70 Watt HQI (5000 Kelvin)- Date of set up 10.07.03 - PH 7.20Updated picture from the 08.08.03:Fishes: Phenacogrammus interruptus(Congo tetra), Otocinclus affinis and Otocinclus paulinusAlso: Caridina japonica´---------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOR MORE PICTURES CLICK ON THE URL ---------------

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Very nice. I like the thin wood branches . They add dimention and make it look like a tropical rain forest. A peice of art, good job. fish avatar
like it very nice tank fish avatar
moin! sehr schönes Becken...ist das alles Javafarn?Grüße, koba fish avatar
very nice setup. fish avatar

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