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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: A Paludarium, both land and water. Trying to create a beautiful balance between both worlds. The tank is a 80 Gallon 48"w x 18"d x 22"h. Hagen fogger, varying bulb color / temp. Co2 injection, custom built moon lighting. 48" Orbit 4x65W SunPaq w/Lunar Lights/Fans (Current) + 40 watt Flora Glo fixture. In the pictures I had 140 watts of light. Need to update since all the additions.
Advice: Let you tank cycle... don't be a victim of new tank syndrome!
Fish Kept: 17x Zebra Danios, 1x Opaline Gourami, 1x Gold Gourami, 2x Blue Gourami, 1x Unknown Gourami, 3x Cardinal tetra's, 2x Algae Eaters,
Corals/Plants: Too many plants to name at the moment. I will fill this in Later. Thanks for being patient.
Tank Size: 80 gallons
About Yourself: I am a 3D animator that has been an aquarist for about a year... I kept many terrariums in the past 2 years. I was into plants first and it led me from houseplants to keeping terrariums to creating aquariums and paludariums. I spend an average of 10 hours a week keeping up this tank. It is a great joy. Thank you for looking at it. It is an honor to have you view it.

COMMENTS

I realy love to do a tank like that. Its amazing. fish avatar despina
My fillter works by drawing water up into the rear of the lid, where there are 4 comparments and drops back in. But i want to make a paludarium. Do i have to change the fillter to an canister type. fish avatar despina
your tank is AMAZING. love it. i could sit and stare at it all day. Paludariums are so epic, and yours is the best one ive ever seen. i would rate your tank an 11. fish avatar arthur

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